Stiela

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614067

Litra 413/405 v. Chr. 0.68 g. Nackter Jüngling mit Zweig und Phiale vor Altar / Menschenköpfige Stierprotome. Rizzo Tf. LX, 17 Holloway in Annali 20 Suppl., 1973, Tf. XX, 5 (Numismatica Ars Classica NAC AG 18, 116)

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574040

Litra circa 415-405, AR 0.80 g. Laureate head of young river-god l.; to l., branch. Rev. STI Forepart of man-headed bull l. de Luynes 1141. SNG ANS 748 var. Manganaro JNG XXXIV, 1984, pl. 6, 92. Campana 4. Very rare. (Numismatica Ars Classica NAC AG 64, 708)

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472541

Hemilitra 413/405 v. Chr. 0.53 g. Jugendlicher männlicher Kopf, im Feld Zweig / Menschenköpfige Stierprotome. SNG ANS (Suppl.) 1367 (Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger 403, 41)

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4313

Drachm. Young male head l. – likely intended as a rivergod, wreathed in laurel, branch before. Rv. Front half of man-headed bull l., ΣTIA above. Mirone, Stiela 30, no. 30; pl. 3,3; cf.SNG ANS 748. Extremely Rare. (Stack’s, The Golden Horn Collection, 2119)

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2138696

 

 

 

 

 

Hemidrachm, c. 2.15g, 415-400 BC.  Rivergod left, water plant to left / STIA above forepart of man-faced bull left. SNG ANS 4, no. 748.  (HGC 2, 1274). Sicily, Stiela AR Hemidrachm. Circa 415-400 BC. Laureate, young male head left, branch before / Forepart of man-headed bull left, ΣTIA above. SNG ANS 748; Jameson 733; BMC 2; Rizzo 16, pl. LX, 16. 1.78g, 13mm, 4h. Extremely Fine, and well struck. Extremely Rare, perhaps only the fifth known. (Roma 8, lot 88).

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3 Responses to Stiela

  1. John L Gomer says:

    I found one other example, much rougher than the one Ed offered. This one was in NAC 25, 2003, Lot 101: http://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=139126

  2. njmolinari says:

    Thanks, John. I’ve been so consumed with the bronze coinage that I’ve missed many of the silver issues, I’m sure!

  3. John L Gomer says:

    You have no photo of a Stiela hemidrachm. Here is a nice one:
    http://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=2138696

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