Syria, Antioch Tetradrachm (150-149BC) Obv. Diademed head of Alexander Balas right., filet border, Rev. Zeus enthroned, left holding Nike, cornucopia in left field, 16.2 grammes, Sear 7030, excellent portrait, Near EF with minor marks and porosity, Ex-Lodge Antiquities 271 (2004), Ex-CNG Auction 144 (2006) Lot 137 (realised $230)
Greek a collection (65) in a small Abafil case including Tetradrachms of Athens, Egypt and Syria, Staters of Italy (4) and Aradus, a Siglos of Lydia, an archaic Drachm of Thasos with other Drachms and silver minors (13); Copper (10); also Parthian (3), Sassanian (5) Silver Drachms, Indo-Greek and Roman Colonial including Tetradrachm of Nero with Tiberius, these all attributed, along with a group of 11 copies. In mixed grades, many VF
Ar tetradrachm. Syria, Seleucis and Pieria. Uncertain mint. Nero, with DivusClaudius.C, 54-68 AD. Struck AD 63/4-68. Obv; Laureate head of Nero right; eight-rayed star to left. Rev; Laureate head of Divus Claudius right. RPC 4123. Slightly porous. 12.12g. 25mm. G Fine
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