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SOLD at 2009 Nov 25 @ 22:06UTC+1
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ANCIENT COINS. Greek. Kingdom of Egypt, Ptolemy I (c.304-283 BC), AE 26mm, laureate head of Zeus right, rev eagle standing left on thunderbolt, wings open (SNG Cop 77), area of corrosion on lower obverse, nearly very fine; Ptolemy III (246-221 BC), AE 42mm, diademed head of Zeus Ammon right, rev eagle standing left on thunderbolt, cornucopiae before, chi-rho monogram below, 64.86g (SNG Cop 172), light pitting, nearly very fine; Ptolemy IV (c.221-205 BC), AE 37mm, diadmed head of Zeus right, rev eagle standing left, looking right, on thunderbolt, cornucopiae to right (SNG Cop 224). Good fine. (3)
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