I have recently acquired a coin purportedly of Pyrrhus. The coin is moderately worn and non ferrous. It seems made of silver and weighs 3.7 grams. it looks exactly like the typical Pyrrhus gold stater from Syracuse with a partial (PY)RROU) and BASILEOS, but the metal is silver. Why I am writing is to ask if there is any evidence that any of gold stater coins of Pyrrhus were also issued in silver as the equivalent of a drachma. Thanks. Yes, I know a picture would help but I have not yet mastered the ability to upload a photo. Its appearance, however, is identical to his gold stater, Corinthian helmet on Athena and on the reverse Nike with wreath in hand. Thanks for any help on my question.