Greece (ancient) - Campania, Neapolis. AR Nomos (c. 300-275 BC) - Head of nymph / Man-faced bull - Silver

Description
Greece (ancient) - Campania, Neapolis. AR Nomos (c. 300-275 BC) - Head of nymph / Man-faced bull - Silver
gVF

Greece ancient - Campania, Neapolis. AR Nomos (c. 300-275 BC).

Obv : Head of the nymph Parthenope to right, hair in band, wearing triple pendant earring and pearl necklace.
Rev : Man-faced bull standing right, crowning by flying Nike right; below, ΣYΣ; NEOΠOΛIΩTN in exergue.

Features AR silver, 19/18 mm, weight 7.14 g.
Mint Neapolis
Grade gVF, good metal
Attribution Rutter HN Italy 571; SNG ANS 408.

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Lot details
Culture/Region
Greece (ancient)
Metal
Silver
Denomination
Campania, Neapolis. AR Nomos
(c. 300-275 BC) - Head of nymph / Man-faced bull
Condition
gVF
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