cn coin 5952
c. 480-350 BC
Classical Period 🔍
- Forepart of a prancing lion, right, head left, forepaws raised and with open jaws.
- Quadripartite incuse square; two opposing quarters more deeply sunk and one containing a pellet.
The Princeton University Numismatic Collection,
Owner Inventory No.: Issue 4678
Provenience: coll. Firestone; unknown No.: 7-41
- Public Commentary
- Cannot be assinged to a type, as one symbol on the reverse is indistinct.
Poole, BMC. Catalogue of Greek coins: the Tauric Chersonese, Sarmatia, Dacia, Moesia, Thrace, &c., Bologna 1979 p. 196, nr. 36 ❐Sear, Greek Coins and their Values, London 1994 nr. 1349 ❐
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- cn coin 5952, in: Corpus Nummorum, https://www.corpus-nummorum.eu/CN_5952 [Last downloaded: 2022/12/03]
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