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Celtic Coinage. Celtic, Danubian Region. AR Tetradrachm, imitating Philip III of Macedon, 2nd-1st cent. BC. Obv. Highly degraded head of Herakles right. Rev. Vanishing Zeus Aëtophoros seated left. [...]
Italy. Coastal Etruria, Populonia. AR 5-Asses, 3rd century BC. Obv. Head of Turms right, wearing petasus; behind, V. Linear border. Rev. Blank. Vecchi EC I, 84. HN Italy 163. Sambon 93. Vicari 91. AR.[...]
Italy. Northern Apulia, Arpi. AE 23 mm. c. 325-275 BC. Obv. Laureate head of Zeus left; to right, thunderbolt; to left, [ΔA]IOY. Rev. Wild boar right; above, spearhead right; in exergue, APΠAN[ ]-[...]
Italy. Northern Apulia, Arpi. AR Triobol, c. 215-212 BC. Obv. Helmeted head of Athena left. Rev. AP-Π-A. Three grain ears conjoined at the stem. HN Italy 646. SNG Cop. 601. AR. g. 1.69 mm. 15.50 [...]
Italy. Northern Apulia, Luceria. AE Quincunx, circa 220 BC. Obv. Thunderbolt on a raised disk. Rev. Wheel with four-spokes. Vecchi ICC 345. TV 281. HN Italy 677a. AE. g. 32.00 mm. 33.00 R. Earthen[...]
Italy. Northern Apulia, Luceria. AE Quadrunx, circa 217-212 BC. Obv. Thunderbolt. Rev. Club; above, four pellets; below, L. Vecchi ICC 346. HN Italy 677b. AE. g. 31.00 mm. 27.00 R. Light green pat[...]
Italy. Northern Apulia, Luceria. AE Semuncia, c. 211-200 BC. Obv. Jugate heads of Dioscuri right; behind, T. Rev. Horses of the Dioscuri right; in exergue, L. HN Italy 684 var. (no letter (?) behind[...]
Italy. Southern Apulia, Tarentum. AR Nomos, 380-345 BC. Age of Archytas. Obv. Youth on horse galloping right, holding reins with both hands. Rev. ΤΑΡΑΣ. Dolphin rider left, holding akrostolion.[...]
Italy. Southern Apulia, Tarentum. AR Diobol, c. 380-325 BC. Obv. Helmeted head of Athena right, helmet decorated with Skylla. Rev. TAPANTINΩN. Herakles standing right, strangling the Nemean Lion; c[...]