The Collection of Greek Coins Formed by the Late Ray Inder

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Date of Auction: 18th September 2018

Sold for £380

Estimate: £300 - £400

CAMPANIA, Neapolis, Æ 20 (2), c. 270-240, 5.30g, c. 250-200, 6.47g (Sear 557-8 vars.); APULIA, Arpi, Æ 23, 3rd cent. BC, 6.81g (Sear 569), Æ 18, c. 325-275, 4.93g; CALABRIA, Brundisium, Æ 10, c. 250-200, 1.35g; LUCANIA, Herakleia, Æ 14, c. 330-228, 2.69g, Pæstum, Sextans, c. 268, 4.03g (Sear 633); BRUTTIUM, Rhegion, Tetras, c. 203-189, 5.92g, Æ Trias, c. 203-189, 2.31g (Sear 691, 696), Brettian League, Æ 22, c. 215-205, 7.77g (Sear 703 var.); SICILY, Akragas, Hexas, c. 425-406, 6.77g, Hemilitron, c. 405-392, 20.87g, Æ 14, c. 338-287, 1.32g, Æ 19, c. 287-279, 4.32g (Sear 1024 var., 1026, 1029-30), Gela, Onkia, c. 420-405, 0.80g (Sear 1096), Panormos, Æ 14, before 254 BC, 2.67g (Sear 1158 var.), Syracuse, Hemilitron, c. 344-336, 15.41g, Trias, c. 344-336, 5.47g, Æ 18, c. 317-289, 4.73g, Æ 25, c. 288-279, 10.39g, Æ 22, c. 275-215, 8.74g (Sear 1192-3, 1199 var., 1209 var., 1223) [21]. Varied state, an interesting lot £300-400