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a vederla cosi mi sembra un riproduzione di un quadruncia fuso di Hatria , III sec. A.C. ,  PICENUM,

odierna Atri in Abruzzo,

D/ testa ,   (mancano i  4 globetti simbolo del valore)

R/ vaso, HAT

 

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Concordo con quanto scritto da @santone

Ti allego una foto di una quadruncia che in passato è apparsa nelle principali aste internazionali (fonte della foto wikipedia).

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HATRIA. Picenum. Ca. 280 B.C.
Aes Grave Quatrunx. Apollo head l. wearing an earring, with long hair flowing down his neck; four pellets before. Rv. Cantharus, ivy-leaf above, HAT at right. 193.96 grams. T&V 183, Haeb.pl.76, 1-2, HN Italy 13. Deep olive-brown with earthen highlights. Good Very Fine and a superb example of the type. (5,000-6,000)
Ex Peter J. Laux Collection (CNG May 2008, Lot 1597).
 
Auction Lot Date Estimate Hammer
The Saint Ludovico and Firth of Clyde Collections 1196 (« | »)

22. Apr. 2009

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