Luceria Teruncius 2330051



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English: Apulia, Luceria. Circa 217-212 BC.
Æ Aes Grave Teruncius (27mm, 28.86 g).
Dolphin right; three pellets (mark of value) above, L below.
Thurlow & Vecchi 283; HN Italy 677c.
Fine, green patina, minor roughness.
Ex Brad Thurlow Collection (Classical Numismatic Group XXIV, 9 December 1992), lot 120; Fred V. Fowler Collection (Stack’s, 1969), lot 288.
Italiano: Apulia, Luceria. Circa 217-212 a.C.
Æ Aes Grave Teruncia (27mm, 28,86 g).
Delfino a destra; tre globetti (valore) in alto, L sotto.
Thurlow & Vecchi 283; HN Italy 677c.
già nella Brad Thurlow Collection (Classical Numismatic Group XXIV, 9 December 1992), lotto 120; Fred V. Fowler Collection (Stack’s, 1969), lotto 288.
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