Ancient Coins: GREEK and GREEK IMPERIAL BRONZE: Mysia, Kyzikos

Mysia, Kyzikos
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Mysia, Kyzikos

AE 24, 9.16g. c.253-268 A.D. Strategos Lok Severos. Diademed head of the founder Kyzikos to right. Rev. Inscription within wreath. Lindgren 227(dies). BMC_. SNG France_. SNG COP_. SNG von Aulock_. von Fritze_. Aufhauser 8, lot 263(same reverse die for a coin struck under Gallienus). The inscription mentions the second neocorate, so it may have been struck in 258 after the death of Valerian II (Burrell, Neokoroi, p. 97.) Very rare and with a dark brown and olive patina.


Ex: Bankhaus Aufhauser, Munich, Auction 8, October 9, 1991, lot 100.
Ex: Dr. Vogt collection, Helios, Munich, Auction 5, June 25, 2010, lot 649.

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Extremely Fine $750.

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