GJ1804

A Thracian silver Apollonia Pontika drachm (ca. 400 - 350 BC) set in a gold ring

An 18 karat gold ring, the bezel set with a Thracian silver Apollonia Pontika drachm coin. The obverse depicts the facing head of Apollo with rolled hair, the reverse depicts an anchor with a crayfish in the field to the left and the upside-down letter "A" to the right.

Dimensions: US ring size: 6 3/4, Weight: 9.8 g 

Condition: Intact and in very good condition overall.  

Provenance: Ex. private collection of S.H., Washington state, acquired from California dealer in the 1990's.

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