Greece. Lot of 2 Æ coins, Syracuse. Hexas, Agathokles (317-289 BC), Æ, Metapontum (c. 300-250 BC)

Description
Greece. Lot of 2 Æ coins, Syracuse. Hexas, Agathokles (317-289 BC), Æ, Metapontum (c. 300-250 BC)
Ungraded

Lot of 2 Æ coins

Sicily. Syracuse. Agathokles (317-289 BC). Æ Hexas (1.90 gm, 12 mm). Struck c. 317-305 BC.
Obv: ΣYΡAKOΣIΩN, laureate head of Apollo left; astragalos behind.
Rev: Dog lying left, head right.
Ref: Cf. SNG Morcom 748. Rare.

Lucania, Metapontum. Æ (2.55 gm). Circa 300-250 BC.
Obv: Head of Dionysos left, wearing ivy wreath.
Rev: META upwards to left, Barley ear; cross-torch to right.
Ref: Historia Numorum Italy 1683; SNG ANS 590.

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Lot details
Culture/region
Greece
Denomination
Lot of 2 Æ coins
Year/Period and Variation
Syracuse. Hexas, Agathokles (317-289 BC), Æ, Metapontum (c. 300-250 BC)
Condition
Ungraded
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