C002

* Illyro-Paeonian Region, Damastion AR Tetradrachm, ca. 395 - 380 BC

Laureate head of Apollo left / Tripod with legs terminating in lion's feet; ΔAMA-ΣTINΩ at sides; all within incuse square.

May 2b (same die)

Dimensions: Weight: 13.57g

Condition: Very fine, toned, minor porosity

Provenance: The James Corones private collection of ancient Greek coins, Maryland, acquired Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG, Auction 94, 27 September 2004 #497.

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