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King John

RICHIESTA DI IDENTIFICAZIONE DALLA TURCHIA

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King John
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Buongiorno a tutti. Un mio amico archeologo turco mi chiede aiuto per identificare la moneta qui allegata. Ho dato una prima occhiata ma la missione mi sembra veramente dura. L'oggetto al diritto sembra un melograno che farebbe pensare a Side ma non ho trovato niente di simile. Non conosco ancora  peso e diametro: appena il mio amico me li farà sapere ve li comunicherò. Chiedo aiuto a tutti i volenterosi che vorranno collaborare, in particolare a @paparoupa: please help me identify this coin!!!

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ecco le misure:

13 mm - 1,70 gr

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paparoupa

Although it looks a bit strange of a design for a pomegranate, in combination with the 2 dolphins it does point to side....

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Io ho trovato questa moneta ma siamo lontani...

Numismatik Naumann (formerly Gitbud & Naumann), Auction 58, lot 104, 01/10/2017

ATTICA. Aegina. Ae (Circa 370-350 BC). Obv: Two dolphins upward; A between them. Rev: Incuse square of skew patter. Kroll 662; HGC 6, 461. Condition: Very fine. Weight: 1.70 g. Diameter: 11 mm.

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15 minuti fa, paparoupa dice:

Although it looks a bit strange of a design for a pomegranate, in combination with the 2 dolphins it does point to side....

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weight and diameter?

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La moneta è stata trovata a Çanakkale, l'antica Troas, nella Mysia....

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Proposta per identificare l'oggetto al diritto:

Classical Numismatic Group, Mail Bid Sale 60, lot 595, 22/05/2002

CYCLADES. Kimolos
Estimate $500
CYCLADES. Kimolos. Circa 3rd-2nd Century BC. Æ 13mm (1.90 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right / K-I, amphora. BMC Crete -; SNG Copenhagen -; Traité -; Lindgren -; Weber -; Head, HN -. Near VF, dark brown patina, some roughness. Unpublished and unique. ($500)
Kimolos was a small island located between Melos and Siphnos. All coinage from this island is very rare, Head listing only one type with the head of Athena on the obverse, and a trident on the reverse and SNG Copenhagen lists a type with Athena and a crab.

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???
London Ancient Coins, Auction 60, lot 353, 14/02/2017

Roman PB Tessera, c. 1st century BC - 1st century AD (10mm, 2.03g). Amphora. R/ Dolphin(?).

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