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Celtic Tetradrachm Imitating Philip II of Macedon 2nd Cent. B.C. (12.01g,1h) Reiterstumpf or Kroisbach type O: Diademed head right; Lanz 743; CCCBM I 154; KMW 1391; GOBL, OTA, 469; W. Kubitschek “Ein Fund Keltischer Munzen aus Kroisbach” NZ 43 (1910), pl.5,2 (same dies) R: Rider on horseback left showing only his torso; ground line in the form of a hobble. G: Toned Superb EF. S: CNG Mail Bid Sale 69, lot 5, 6/8/05

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Macedon:Philip II, Alexander III, & successors

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It toned really fast! I don't know what the significance of that is, but it makes you wonder about the silver.


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