Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by kokotko, Feb 23, 2020.
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average maybe, but I see a couple of gems.
And is that a silphium plant I see on the reverse of one of 'em? Those types always go way outside my budget. I'd love to find one in a lot.
It's a plant of some sort, I think - second photo, bottom row, far right?
Actually, all 5 greek coins were identified by the seller, its supposed to be: Antioch ad Orontem, Syria, AE 3.72gr;16mm. Semi-autonomous, AD 68-69 (under Galba or Otho). Head of Apollo right / laurel branch.
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