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(BC 470-440) Uncertain Dynast - 1/8 Stater?387 viewsca 480-450 BC. AR Obol (8mm, 1.11g). Head of boar right / Head of a man-headed bull right. Near VF.
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(BC 470-440) Uncertain Dynast - 1/8 Stater?488 viewsca 480-450 BC. AR 1/8 Stater? (1.17g). Boar's head left / Protome of a man-headed bull facing left within incuse square. EF.

The reverse image is reminiscent of the coins of the Lycian dynast Uvug. The weight standard is hard to define, since the weights are somewhat erratic (along with the von Aulock coin, cf. Peus 372, 2002, lot 361). It might be a 1/6th stater on the light stater (c. 8.0-8.6 g), but actually this standard is known from 460 BC onwards only; cf. O. Morkholm and G. Neumann, Die lykischen Munzlegenden (Gottingen 1978), p. 5 f.
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(BC 470-440) Uncertain Dynast - 1/8 Stater? 134 viewsca 490/80-440/30 BC. AR Trihemiobol(?) (9mm, 1.11g, 4h). Protodynastic series, group B. Head of boar left / Head of man-headed bull right within incuse square. Good VF, toned, granular surfaces. Very rare. Krizan Coll.; Ex Numismatic Fine Arts XXXIII (5/1994), lot 1419 (misattributed).
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(BC 480) Amartite - Stater688 viewsAmartite, Dynast, ca 480 BC. AR Stater (10.63g, 3h). Crab / "AMIARTITA" in Lycian, crab; all within incuse square. Good VF, toned, die break in obverse field. Extremely rare, the second known. Falghera noted that this issue belongs to a group that bridges the anepigraphic and epigraphic period, which would place it circa 480 BC. Additionally, the name "EME" on Falghera 57, which shares the same obverse die as both Amartite coins, may actually be a contracted form of the name of this same dynast.
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(BC 480) Uteves - Stater411 viewsUteves, Dynast, ca 480 BC. AR Stater (18mm, 8.41g). Forepart of a boar left / Diskeles with a small appendage protruding from side; all within an incuse square. Near VF, lightly porous.
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(BC 480-440) Tineme - Stater155 viewsca 480-460 BC. AR Stater (8.22g, 17mm). Griffin seated left with right paw raised; symbol above / Lykian letters 'TE-NE-ME,' triskeles within incuse square. VF. Rare.
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(BC 480-440) Uncertain Dynast - Stater310 viewsca 500-440 BC. AR Stater (8.35g, 21mm). Forepart of boar left / Triskeles in dotted square incuse. VF. Rare.
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(BC 480-450) Uncertain Dynast - Stater1048 viewsUncertain Dynast, ca 500-460 BC. AR Stater (9.31g, 9h). Goat kneeling right, head reverted / Ram's head left, X above, within dotted incuse square. Superb EF, toned, well centered and fully struck. Extremely rare.
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(BC 480-450) Uncertain Dynast - Stater431 viewsUncertain Dynast, ca 500-460 BC. AR Stater (9.21g). Crab / Crab, uncertain hook-like symbol or letter below, within dotted incuse square. Very porous, VF.
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(BC 480-450) Uncertain Dynast - Stater353 viewsUncertain Dynast, ca 480-450 BC. AR Stater (9.28g). Snuffling boar left / Tortoise in dotted incuse square. Good VF.
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(BC 480-460) Thiba? - Stater270 viewsca 480-450 BC. AR Stater (17mm, 9.81g). Two dolphins, one leaping left, the other right; human eye below / Tetraskeles within incuse square. VF, lightly toned. N. Frank Coll.
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(BC 480-460) Uncertain Dynast - Stater440 viewsAfter 480 BC. AR Stater (9.68g). Limyra mint? Goat standing left, Lycian letter above / Triskeles; Lycian letters 'zem', within dotted incuse square. VF. Vary rare.
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(BC 480-460) Zaga? - Stater367 viewsZaga or Zagaba?, Dynast, ca 480-460 BC. AR Stater (9.85g, 4h). Two dolphins leaping to left above ground line, Lycian letters 'GA'? above / Triskeles, Lycian letters 'ZA,' within incuse dotted square. Rare. Nicely toned, VF. Ex von Aulock coll.; ex M&M; FPL 198 (3/1960), 16.
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(BC 500-300) Lead weight - hemihekte212 viewsca 500 BC. Hemihekte lead weight (1.309g, 13.3x8.6mm). Head of Silenos facing / Incuse scallop shell. gVF. Carr coll.

This lead piece appears to be a coin weight for an electrum hemihekte of Phocaic standard. The facing head of Silenos types are commonly found on coins from Sicily, Macedonia, Lesbos, Mysia and Ionia. The scallop shell, while a common type for Italy and Sicily, was used as a control symbol across the Greek world. The weight is appropriate for an electrum hemihekte of standard and type struck in Asia Minor. This appears to be the first recorded specimen, but is consistent with those anticipated by Lang and Crosby, “The Athenian Agora - Volume X: Weights, Measures and Tokens” (1964).
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(BC 500-460) Uncertain Dynast - Stater336 viewsUncertain Dynast, ca 500-460 BC. AR Stater (9.38g). Forepart of boar right / Lion's head facing, within double-line incuse square. VF. Ex Marowsky Coll., Kuenker Auk. 54 (Osnabroeck 2000), lot 2032.
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(BC 500-460) Uncertain Dynast - Stater453 viewsUncertain Dynast, ca 500-460 BC. AR Stater (9.20g, 1h), Patara? Sphinx sitting left on double ground line, right foot raised / Crab, smaller crab above?, within deep incuse square. Lightly toned, VF. very rare. Ex Giessener Muenzhandlung, Auk. 64 (10/1993, Muenchen), lot 194.
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(BC 500-460) Uncertain Dynast - Stater324 viewsca 490/80-440/30 BC. AR Stater (18mm, 9.31g). Pegasos flying left / Forepart of bull left, within quadrilateral incuse. VF, poorly struck.
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(BC 500-460) Uncertain Dynast - Stater489 viewsca 500-470/60 BC. AR Stater (23mm, 9.25g). Pegasos flying left / Roaring lion's head left, within incuse square. VF, porous. Apparently unpublished.
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(BC 500-460) Uncertain Dynast - Stater341 viewsca 500-470/60 BC. AR Stater (18mm, 9.28g). Pegasos flying left / Roaring lion's head left, T on mane; within incuse square. VF, worn dies, light porosity. Rare.
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(BC 500-460) Uncertain Dynast - Stater357 viewsca 500-470/60 BC. AR Stater (19mm, 9.38g). Pegasos flying left / Roaring lion's head left, within incuse square. VF, porous surfaces.
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(BC 500-460) Uncertain Dynast - Stater424 viewsca 520-470/60 BC. AR Stater (22mm, 9.33g). Pegasos flying left / Facing lion’s scalp, within incuse square. VF, toned, some striking weakness. Winokur Coll.
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(BC 500-460) Uncertain Dynast - Stater 364 viewsUncertain Dynast (Za...?), ca 460-440 BC. AR Stater (9.53g, 8h). Sphinx sitting right, left foot raised, Χ-Α-Ψ-Γ-Ψ[...] around / Crab within deep incuse square. aEF. Rare.
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(BC 500-475) Uncertain Dynast - Stater1219 viewsUncertain Dynast, ca 500-475 BC. AR Stater (9.29g). Forepart of boar left; ΘΣ (reverted) on shoulder / Crossed lines in incuse punch; Θ-Σ in adjacent quarters. Good VF, small banker's mark above nose.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - 1/12 Stater205 viewsUncertain Dynast, ca 520-480 BC. AR Obol (7mm, 0.7g). Forepart of boar left / Incuse punch. VF.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - 1/2 Stater?451 viewsca 521-478 BC. AR Drachm (4.12g, 14mm). Forepart of winged bull right / Quadripartite incuse square divided diagonally. Good VF, lightly toned. Extremely rare. Ex Leu 65 (5/1996), lot 202.

Leu sale attributed this issue to an uncertain mint in Ionia, noting the similarity of the style to the archaic issues of Klazomenai that feature a winged boar forepart. It is also similar in style to various winged boar foreparts on contemporary issues at Mytilene. While agreeing with these comparisons, the weight of this example and its diagonally divided incuse are more consistent with issues of Lesbos than Ionia. The bull is also a common type used at Mytilene, but relatively rare among issues in Ionia. Finally, in addition to using winged boars, Mytilene used winged lions, so the appearance of a winged bull would not be surprising (especially as all motifs are common in eastern/Persian art). So, while the attribution to Mytilene is conjectural, the preponderance of the evidence weighs greater in its favor than than to a mint in Ionia.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - 1/3 Stater272 viewsca 520-480 BC. AR 1/3 Stater (3.12g, 9mm). Protodynastic Group A. Head of boar right / Quadripartite incuse square. Good VF, toned. Extremely rare.

See Boston MFA Supp. 206 for a stater with a style identical to this fraction.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - 1/4 Stater319 viewsca 520-480 BC. AR 1/4 Stater (2.50g, 16mm). Forepart of boar right / Incuse punch divided in two diagonal lines. VF.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - 1/8 Stater282 viewsca 520-480 BC. AR 1/8 Stater (1.18g, 12mm). Forepart of boar right / Incuse punch divided in two diagonal lines. gVF.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - Stater487 viewsca 520-480 BC. AR Stater (9.43g). Forepart of boar left; KVB monogram on shoulder / Irregular incuse punch. EF, some minor die rust and porosity. Well struck and exceptional. Ex Fielder Coll.; ex Peus 360 (4/1999), lot 5; Lanz 48 (11/1989), lot 354.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - Stater389 viewsca 520-480 BC. AR Stater (8.99g, 21mm). Head of roaring lion right, 7 pellets in circles above / Incuse punch divided in diagonal lines. Lightly toned, VF.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - Stater355 viewsca 520-480 BC. AR Stater (8.97g, 19mm). Head of boar right, 7 pellets in circles above / 9 pellets, 1 of them in center (tetraskeles?), within deep incuse square. Lightly toned, VF.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - Stater439 viewsca 520-480 BC. AR Stater (9.28g). Forepart of boar left / Rough incuse square. Good VF, dark iridescent toning. Rare with plain incuse.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - Stater524 viewsca 520-480 BC. AR Stater (22mm, 9.08g). Forepart of boar left / Incuse punch, diagonally divided. Good VF.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - Stater1107 viewsca 500-480 BC. AR Stater (8.99g). Highly stylized head of a boar to right / Incuse square diagonally divided into twelve wedge-shaped compartments. Very rare. About extremely fine. Ex Star coll.; ex Sotheby´s 5 (7/1995), 78; ex Rosen Coll., Monnaies et Médailes 72 (10/1987), 339; ex Bank Leu 25 (4/1980), 169; ex Bank Leu 18 (5/1977), 217.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - Stater802 viewsca 520-480 BC. AR Stater (9.3g, 17mm). Lion’s head right / Multipartite incuse square. Very rare. VF.
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(BC 520-480) Uncertain Dynast - Stater117 viewsca 500-470/60 BC. AR Stater (19mm, 9.35g). Protodynastic series, group A. Forepart of Boar right / Incuse square. VF, minor die wear on obverse. Ex CNG 76 (9/2007), lot 752; Numismatic Fine Arts IX (12/1980), lot 285.
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(BC 524-480) Uncertain Dynast - Stater976 viewsca 524-480 BC. AR Stater (9.03g, 18mm). Head of lion right / Incuse punch divided in diagonal lines. Toned and a test-cut, otherwise good VF.
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(BC 545-520) Cyrus/Darios - AR Siglos1076 viewsTime of Cyrus to Darios I, ca 545-520 BC. AR Siglos (15mm, 5.23g). Confronted foreparts of lion right and bull left / Two incuse square punches. Near EF, toned. The first coinage of the Persian Empire.
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(BC 545-520) Cyrus/Darios - AV Stater2661 viewsTime of Cyrus to Darios I, Kings of Lydia, ca 545-520 BC. AV Stater (15mm, 8.06g). Light standard, Sardeis mint. Confronted foreparts of lion and bull / Double incuse punch. EF.
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(BC 560-525) Kroisos - AV 1/24 Stater1158 viewsTime of Kroisos to Cambyses, Kings Of Lydia, ca 560-525 BC. AV 1/24 Stater (0.44g). Kroisid type, heavy series. Confronted foreparts of lion and bull / Double incuse square punch. Fine. Extremely rare.
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(BC 560-525) Kroisos - AV Stater1490 viewsTime of Kroisos to Cambyses, King Of Lydia, ca 560-525 BC. AV Stater (8.07g), light series, Sardeis mint. Confronted foreparts of lion and bull / Two square incuse punches of unequal size. Good VF.
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(BC 560-525) Kroisos - AV Stater1919 viewsTime of Kroisos to Cambyses, King Of Lydia, ca 560-525 BC. AV Stater (8.03g), light series, Sardeis mint. Confronted foreparts of lion and bull / Two square incuse punches of unequal size. EF.
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(BC 560-546) Kroisos - AR 1/3 Stater1122 viewsca 560-546 BC. AR 1/3 Stater (13mm, 3.31g). Sardeis mint, struck ca 550-546 BC. Confronted foreparts of lion right and bull left / Two incuse square punches of unequal size. VF, toned, typical light porosity.
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(BC 560-546) Kroisos - AR Siglos3209 viewsKroisos, King of Lydia, ca 561-546 BC. AR Siglos (5.36g, 26mm). Confronted foreparts of a roaring lion right and bull left; pellet over head of lion / Double incuse punch. Choice VF, good metal.
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(BC 560-546) Kroisos - AR Stater1115 viewsca 560-546 BC. AR Stater – Double Siglos (20mm, 10.40 g). Sardeis mint, struck ca 550-546 BC. Confronted foreparts of lion right and bull left / Two square punches of unequal size. Good VF, find patina.
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(BC 560-546) Kroisos - AR Stater1104 viewsca 560-546 BC. AR Stater – Double Siglos (20mm, 10.39g). Sardeis mint, struck ca 550-546 BC. Confronted foreparts of lion right and bull left / Two square punches of unequal size. VF,
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(BC 560-546) Kroisos - AV 1/12 Stater965 viewsKroisos, King Of Lydia, ca 561-546 BC. AV 1/12 Stater (0.6g, 6mm), light series, struck at Sardeis ca 550-546 BC. Confronted foreparts of lion and bull / Incuse square punch. EF. Ex Gorny & Mosch Sale 199, 504.
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(BC 560-546) Kroisos - AV 1/24 Stater754 viewsca 560-546 BC. AV 1/24 Stater (5mm, 0.44g). Heavy standard. Sardeis mint. Struck circa 550-546 BC. Confronted foreparts of lion right and bull left / Incuse square punch. VF. Very rare.
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(BC 560-546) Kroisos - AV 1/24 Stater511 viewsKroisos, ca 560-546 BC. AV Twenty-Fourth Stater (5mm, 0.32g). Light standard. Sardes mint. Struck ca 550-546 BC. Confronted foreparts of lion right and bull left / Incuse square punch. VF. Extremely rare denomination for light series.
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(BC 560-546) Kroisos - AV 1/6 Stater1131 viewsca 560-546 BC. AV Hekte – 1/6 Stater (8mm, 1.32g). Light standard. Sardeis mint. Struck circa 550-546 BC. Confronted foreparts of lion and bull / Two incuse square punches of unequal size. VF. Very rare.
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(BC 560-546) Kroisos - AV Stater1579 viewsKroisos, King Of Lydia, ca 561-546 BC. AV Stater (16mm, 8.03g). Sardeis mint, struck ca 550-546 BC. Confronted foreparts of lion and bull / Two incuse square punches of unequal size. EF, lustrous, some minor marks.
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(BC 562) Uncertain King - EL 1/24 Stater928 viewsUncertain King, before 561 BC. EL 1/24 stater (0.55g). Milesian standard. Boar's head right / Four-part incuse square with roughly stellar pattern. Good VF.
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(BC 562) Uncertain King - EL 1/3 Stater1346 viewsUncertain King, before 561 BC. EL 1/3 Stater - Trite (4.71g). Head of boar with prominent tusk right / Double incuse punch with rough stellate pattern. Good VF.

The Spier coin proves the obverse die shows two boar heads confronted; the small flan causes the right handed boar to be lacking. Conceivably, there existed a full stater with the complete type present.
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(BC 562) Uncertain King - EL 1/48 Stater702 viewsca 600-550 BC. EL 1/48 (?) Stater (5mm, 0.19g). Milesian standard. Figural type. Animal’s head (bull?) left / Incuse punch. EF.
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(BC 600-550) Alyattes II - EL 1/96 Stater932 viewsAlyattes II, King Of Lydia, ca 600-550 BC. EL 1/96th Stater (4mm, 0.15g). Head of roaring lion right / Incuse square punch. VF, very pale.
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(BC 600-550) Uncertain King - EL 1/12 Stater3988 viewsearly 6th cent BC. EL 1/12 Stater - Hemihekte (1.16g). Head of roaring lion right / Incuse square punch. VF, choice centering and strike.
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(BC 600-550) Uncertain King - EL 1/24 Stater832 viewsca 610-575 BC. EL 1/24 Stater (0.56g). Lion's paw / Incuse punch. VF. Very rare.
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(BC 600-550) Uncertain King - EL 1/24 Stater774 viewsca 610-575 BC. EL 1/24 Stater (0.61g). Lion's paw / Incuse punch. VF. Very rare.
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(BC 610-546) EL 1/3 Stater913 viewstemp. Alyattes to Kroisos, ca 610-546 BC. EL Trite - 1/3 Stater (14mm, 4.64g). Sardes mint. Head of roaring lion right, knob on forehead / Two incuse square punches. Near VF, multiple bankers/countermarks on obverse and on edge.
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(BC 610-546) EL 1/3 Stater1231 viewsTime of Alyattes to Kroisos, ca 610-546 BC. EL Trite – Third Stater (13mm, 4.69g). Sardes mint. Head of roaring lion right, sun with multiple rays on forehead / Two incuse square punches. Good VF, toned, a few light marks.
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(BC 610-560) Alyattes - EL 1/12 Stater1234 viewsAlyattes, ca 610-560 BC. EL Hemihekte – 1/12 Stater (7mm, 1.12g). Sardes mint. Head of roaring lion right, with knob on forehead / Incuse square punch. Countermarks VF, host coin Fine. At least 15 or 16 bankers' marks. Rare as such.
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(BC 619-561) Alyattes - EL 1/3 Stater2382 viewsAlyattes, King Of Lydia, ca 619-561 BC. EL 1/3 Stater - Trite (4.74g, 12mm, 4mm thick). Head of roaring lion right / Incuse square punch.
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(BC 619-561) Alyattes II - EL 1/3 Stater1214 viewslate 7th cent BC. EL Trite (4.36g, 10,5mm). Head of roaring lion right; retrograde legend (WALWET) downward on right / Double incuse square punch. Light deposits, obverse scratch, VF.
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(BC 650-600) Valvel or Walwet - EL Hekte 1698 viewsca 7th cent BC. EL Hekte (2.35g). Head of roaring lion right; Lydian inscription to left / Double incuse punch. Rare. Very fine.
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(BC 700-500) EL 1/3 Stater396 viewsAsia Minor Uncertain, ca 7th-6th century BC. EL 1/3 Stater Ingot (4.9g, 18mm). Plain convex surface / Plain flat surface.
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Abydos (BC 470-450) Obol 444 viewsca 480-450 BC. AR Obol (10mm, 0.84g). Eagle standing left; T above / Facing gorgoneion. VF, nicely centered and pretty nice for these. Evidently a rare variety with the T on the obverse.
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Abydos (BC 480-450) Obol272 viewsca 480-450 BC. AR Obol (0.8g, 10mm). Eagle standing left / Gorgoneion within incuse square. Good Fine. Early type, heavy.
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Abydos (BC 480-450) Obol173 viewsca 480-450 BC. AR Obol (10mm, 0.88g, 9h). Eagle standing left / Facing gorgoneion within incuse square. Near VF, porous.
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Abydos (BC 500-475) Hemiobol274 viewsearly 5th century. AR Obol (7mm, 0.54g). Bird (eagle?) standing left, head right / Quadripartite incuse square. VF, toned and porous.
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Abydos (BC 500-475) Obol103 viewsca 5th century BC. AR Trihemiobol (9mm, 0.91g). Bird standing left, head reverted / Rough incuse square. Good VF, toned, faint porosity.
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Abydos (BC 500-475) Obol110 viewsAsia Minor, uncertain mint, ca 500 BC. AR Trihemiobol (1.03g). Bird standing right with closed wings and head reverted / Irregular incuse punch. Very rare. Of lovely style and in exceptional state of preservation, toned and extremely fine. Ex M&M list 538 (1990), 44.
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Abydos (BC 500-475) Obol?79 viewsca 500-475 BC. AR Trihemiobol(?) (9mm, 1.15g). Bird standing left / Rough incuse punch. Unpublished in the standard references. VF, toned, a little porous. Rare.
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Abydos (BC 500-475) Tetartemorion223 views480-450 BC. AR Hemiobol (7mm, 0.3g). Eagle standing left, Y (?) to right / Quadripartite incuse square ("wind-mill" type). VF.1 comments
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Abydos (BC 500-475) Tetartemorion92 views5th century BC. AR Hemiobol (0.2g, 8mm). Eagle standing left / Quadripartite incuse square. VF.
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Abydos (BC 500-475) Tetartemorion108 viewsUncertain. 5th century BC. Hemiobol (0.2g, 8mm). Eagle standing left / Quadripartite incuse square. VF. Apparently unpublished.
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Abydos (BC 500-480) Hemiobol128 viewsca 500-480 BC. AR Obol (0.6g, 7mm). Forepart of eagle left / Quadripartite incuse punch. VF, cleaning scratches. Apparently unpublished.
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Abydos (BC 500-480) Hemiobol242 viewsca 500-480 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.5g, 7mm). Forepart of eagle left / Quadripartite incuse square (windmill type). gVF.
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Abydos (BC 500-480) Obol269 viewsca 500-450 BC. AR Diobol? (1.07g). Eagle standing left / Quadripartite incuse square.
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Abydos (BC 500-480) Trihemiobol422 viewsbefore 480 BC. AR Diobol (1.43g). Eagle standing left / Quadripartite incuse. Lightly toned, good VF, light porosity.
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Abydos (BC 500-480) Trihemiobol343 viewsca 500-480 BC. AR Diobol (1.31g). Eagle standing left / Quadripartite incuse. Porous, good F.
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Abydos (BC 500-480) Trihemiobol357 viewsca 500-480 BC. AR Diobol? (9mm, 1.32g). Eagle standing left / Quadripartite incuse square. VF, porous. Alighieri Coll.
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Abydos (BC 500-480) Trihemiobol192 viewsca 500-480 BC. AR Trihemiobol? (1.2g, 10mm). Eagle standing left / Quadripartite incuse square.
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Abydos (BC 500-480) Triobol93 viewsBefore 480 BC. AR Triobol (20mm, 3.1g). Eagle standing left / Quadripartite incuse square. VF.
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Abydos (BC 510-480) Hemiobol431 viewsca 500-480 BC. AR Hemiobol (7mm, 0.40g). Eagle standing left / Rough incuse square.
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Abydos (BC 510-480) Obol545 viewsca 500-480 BC. AR Obol? (8mm, 0.80g). Eagle standing left / Rough square incuse. VF, a little porous.
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Abydos (BC 510-480) Tetartemorion334 views6th-5th century BC. AR Tetartemorion (6mm, 0.2g). Head of eagle left / Striated pattern square incuse. VF.
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Abydos (BC 520-490) EL 1/3 Stater2636 viewsca 500 BC. EL Trite - 1/3 Stater (4.66g). Eagle standing left, with closed wings, looking backwards / Rough incuse punch.
Of the highest rarity, apparently only the second specimen known. Struck on a narrow flan, otherwise aEF.

Attributing uninscribed electrum coins of this period without assured badges is extremely difficult, as is with this trite. Abydos is an obvious possibility since the eagle was a common feature of its coinage. For other common coins see an electrum stater in the British Museum catalogue of Ionia (pl. I, no. 23) (eagle of similar proportions and identical pose, perched upon what is described as a hare). See also some early silver fractions attributed to Abydos with incuse punch reverses (SNG Cop. 1-2; SNG Klein 292), though they show a bird of a different character, without its head reverted.
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Aspendos (BC 480) Hemiobol50 viewsca 480 BC. AR Hemiobol (7mm, 0.48g). Triskeles, pellets in fields / Quadripartite incuse square. Rare. aVF.
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Aspendos (BC 480) Obol1007 viewsca 480 BC. AR Obol (1.06g). Triskeles, pellets in fields / Quadripartite incuse square. Scarce. VF.
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Aspendos (BC 480) Tetartemorion457 viewsca 480 BC. AR Tetartemorion (0.21g, 5mm). Triskeles, pellets in fields / Quadripartite incuse square. VF. Rare.
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Chersonesos (BC 510-480) Drachm300 viewsca 510-480 BC. AR Drachm (5.84g). Forepart of lion right with jaws open and tongue protruding / Bucranium, XEP (retrograde) to right; all within incuse square. Very rare. Slightly oval flan. Obv. from slightly worn die. Close to extremely fine. Ex Münzen und Medaillen AG, Basel list 310 (1970), 21.
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Chersonesos (BC 510-480) Obol288 viewsca 530-520 BC. AR Obol (?) (10mm, 0.99g, 6h). Head of roaring lion right / Forepart of bull right within incuse square. VF. Karl Coll.; ex Heidelberger Münzhandlung, Auk. 15 (11/1995), 978.
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Chersonesos (BC 510-480) Obol209 viewsca 530-520 BC. AR Obol (?) (0.93g). Head of roaring lion right / Forepart of bull right within incuse square. VF.
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Chersonesos (BC 510-480) Obol156 viewsca 530-520 BC. AR Obol (?) (10mm, 0.91g). Head of roaring lion right, wart on brow / Forepart of bull right within incuse square. Toned, aEF. Very rare. Ex Hess-Divo AG, Zürich 308 (10/2007), 63; ex M&M, Basel FPL 603 (1998), 59.
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Chios (BC 478-431) Tetrobol301 viewsca 478-412 BC. AR Tetrobol (2.00g, 11mm). Sphinx seated left, amphora to left / Quadripartite incuse square. Toned, VF.
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Chios (BC 520-480) Didrachm741 viewsca 480-460 BC. AR Didrachm (7.88g, 19mm). Sphinx seated left with open wings, amphora to left / Quadripartite incuse square. Slight weakness on obv. Good very fine.
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Chios (BC 520-480) Didrachm782 viewsca 500-490 BC. AR Didrachm (7.68g). Sphinx seated left; amphora set on ground to left / Quadripartite incuse square. Toned and well centered, a particularly attractive example of good style. Nearly extremely fine. Ex Schweizerischer Bankverein 17 (1/1987), lot 46.
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Chios (BC 520-480) Didrachm729 viewsca 490-435 BC. AR Didrachm (7.86g). Sphinx seated left; amphora to left / Quadripartite incuse square. Near EF, attractively toned. Nice archaic style. Morcom Coll.
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Chios (BC 550-­525) EL Hekte481 viewsca 550-­525 BC. EL Hekte (2.28g). Sphinx seated right, vine tendril on top of head / Double incuse punch. Of the highest rarity. Well struck and centered and good very fine. Ex NAC 18 (2000), 225.
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Cyprus Uncertain (BC 500) Obol174 viewsca 500 BC. AR Obol (?) (0.52g, 10mm, 12h). Head of roaring lion right / Ankh-like symbol within incuse square. Very rare.
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