Check out these neat little Greek AE lyre coins. Both of these were bargain bin snags from an ebay lot, only cost about 15 bucks a piece so I went for it. I have several Greek coins, but I don't have any that are from modern Greece...so it was kind of cool to pick some up from this area. Number 1 Boeotia, Thespiai, early 3rd century BC O: Female (Arsinoë III?) head right, wearing modius (off flan) and veil. Rev: EΩN/ΘEΣΠI , Lyre within wreath. 14 mm, 4.2 g I have no idea why a coin from Boetia would have Arsinoe III, a Ptolemaic queen on it. On acsearch there is a reference to an esoteric paper, but I don't know. Anyone know? Number 2 Achaia, Pellene, 3rd Century BC O: Kithra, R: Tripod, Π-E, 12 mm, 2.1g These seems to be a relatively rare coin, though while researching it online, I found out that I'm not the first cointalker to have one! @Ryro ! and thanks @Severus Alexander for the indirect assist! LOL! https://www.cointalk.com/threads/lyre-tripod-greek-coin.307279/ The time to hesitate is through, no time to wallow in the mire......post your lyres!