Ancient Coins: GREEK SILVER: Italy, Campania, Cumae
AR Didrachm, 7.34g. c.420-385 B.C. Female head to right. Rev. Mussel shell; corn-grain above. Rutter 164. Historia Nummorum I, 532. Small old scuff on shell. Toned. Scarce and unusually well centered for the issue.
Ex: Hirsch, Munich, Auction 130, 1982, lot 803.
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