Currency, Elis, Stater, 336 BC, Olympia, Very rare, Fine+, Silver. Head of Hera to the right wearing a stephane, Eagle with spread wings standing to the left, turning head to the right within a crown of olive branches. From the Vaskola collection, exhibited at the numismatic museum in Athens in 2019. Traceability and transparency In the context of our procedures to combat the trafficking of cultural goods, the provenance of this specimen has been rigorously verified. This specimen comes from a professional numismatist (origin: United Kingdom / 2022 / lot D 1363).
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