SKYTHIA. Olbia. Cast Ae (Circa 437-410 BC). Obv: Facing gorgoneion. Rev: A - P - I - X. Eagle flying right, with wings spread and dolphin right in talons. SNG BM Black Sea 379-84; Anokhin 168; HGC 3.2, 1881. Condition: Very fine. Weight: 94.33 g. Diameter: 67 mm. Besides the view above the eagle carrying a dolphin doesn't seem too unusual until you look at the dimensions. 94.33 grams and 67mm. This is one of the largest coins ever made in antiquity. They come onto the market in spurts. There has been a good run of them lately, but then at times you cannot find one for a few years. I had enough waiting, getting outbid the last 3 times I went for one, but finally got one. Problem I have now is, like some of my Ptolemaic drachms, I do not have any way of storing this in a traditional 2x2 box! Please post any other examples, or other interesting Black Sea related coins.