Five Greek coins: 1) A silver tetradrachm of Catana by Euainotos, 410 BC, inscribed with Nike, Appollo and the artist's name; 2) A silver tetradrachm, Siculo-punic war, circa 218 BC, inscribed with Head of Heracles and an elephant; 3) Gold 25 units of Etruria, 5th Century BC; 4) Gold 1/3 stater of Metapontum, circa 334-330 BC.

Inscribed with the head of Persephone, and an ear of bearded wheat; 5) Silver diobol of Locri Epizephyree, circa 300-280 BC. Inscribed with an eagle and thunderbolt.

Provenance

R.C. Lockett.


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