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Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio   |   The August 2018 ANA Auction   |   21 August 2018 Sort by Lot-NumberSort by Estimate
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Session A, Lot 20015





Estimate: 10'000 USD   |   Starting price: 6'000 USD Price realized: 16'800 USD
Dionysios I, 406-367 B.C

SICILY. Syracuse. Dionysios I, 406-367 B.C. AR Decadrachm (41.38 gms), ca. 405-390 B.C.
Gallatin-R.XV/F.VIIa. Unsigned work by Euainetos. Fast quadriga driven left by female charioteer leaning forward with a kentron in right hand and reins in left hand, Nike flying right to crown her, heavy exergual line and panoply of arms below; Reverse: Head of Arethusa left wearing barley wreath, four dolphins around, scallop shell behind. Smoothing evident on the fields and designs, primarily on the reverse. Well struck with a pleasing dove grey tone and highlighted with subdued rosy amber hues.
NGC Ch EF, Strike: 5/5 Surface: 1/5. Smoothing.
From the John Whitney Walter Collection.

Ex: Coin Galleries sale, February 24, 1984, Lot #8.

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