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1: Greek Phokaia - Ionia - Electrum Hekte (1/6 Stater)
Auction ended on March 14th, 2012 UTC
1: Greek Phokaia - Ionia - Electrum Hekte (1/6 Stater)
478-387 BC. Obv: helmeted head of Athena left. Rev: quadripartite incuse square. Sear -; Bodenstadt 74; BMC 48; see Wildwinds.com (this coin"). 2.55 grams.
Very fine, small flan flaw.
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