ASPENDUS SILVER STATER – UNPUBLISHED VARIETY WITH LAUREL BRANCH – VF NGC GRADED GREEK PAMPHYLIA COIN (Inv. 16718)
PAMPHYLIA. ASPENDUS. Ca. mid 5th century BC.
Silver Stater, 10.83 g, 22 mm.
Obv. Hoplite marching right, holding sword and shield, triskeles between legs.
Rev. ΕΣΤF, triskeles, laurel branch below, all within incuse square.
SNG Copenhagen 177-179 var (Copenhagen pieces have additional rooster symbol on reverse and no triskeles on obverse).
NGC graded VF, Strike 4/5, Surface 3/5, rare and seemingly unpublished, other specimens in market records include Roma Esale 75, lot 297 (from same dies) and CNG E-Auction 427, lot 255.