SILVER HEMIDRACHM OF CHERSONESOS, THRACE, 386-338 BC.

SILVER HEMIDRACHM OF CHERSONESOS, THRACE, 386-338 BC.

95.00

Obverse: Forepart of lion right, head facing left.

Reverse: Incuse quadripartite square with alternating raised and sunken quarters, pellet in one sunken quarter, wreath in the other.

McClean: 4055–6; SNG Copenhagen: 824–5. [Chersonesos, 386-338 BC].

Diameter: 13 mm. Weight: 2.2 g.

A lovely little coin, the image of the leaping lion full of movement and energy. Nice cabinet toning and excellent detail.

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