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stretrader99z



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VIRTUALLY AS STRUCK.. AR STATER 10.80 g
CILICIA, Tarsos. Mazaios. Satrap of Cilicia, 361/0-334 BC. AR Stater (23mm, 10.81 g, 1h). Baaltars seated left, his torso facing, holding scepter in left hand, and in right, grain ear and grape bunch on vine upon which an eagle sits right; TR in Aramaic to lower left, B’LTRZ in Aramaic to right, M in Aramaic below throne / Lion attacking bull left; MZDI (in Aramaic) above, monogram below. Casabonne Series 2, Group C; SNG BN –; SNG Levante 106 (same dies); SNG Ashmolean –; SNG von Aulock –. Superb FDC.
Aquired :Leu 83
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Registered: August 2005
Location: Arizona USA
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December 2, 2012 4:20pm

I don't believe I've ever seen this type - it must be a fairly rare Phonecian coin. Fabulous condition - thanks for posting! JM


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