**Originally Listed At $500**
Greece, Attica, Athens, Silver Tetradrachm, ca. 454 to 404 BCE. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with three olive leaves above visor and spiral palmette on bowl, wearing round earring with central boss and pearl necklace, owl standing right with head facing; to left, crescent and olive sprig; all within incuse square. This coin is set into a modern sterling silver pendant that exposes both sides. Size: 0.95" W (2.4 cm); total weight with pendant: 17.4 g; also Roman Antioch, Silver Billon, ca. 253 to 266 CE. VIRT (VS A) VCC Valerian Gallienus standing and facing each other. Weak reverse strike. S 2905 RIC 293. Size: 0.85" W (2.2 cm); 3.1 g
Provenance: private San Francisco, California, USA collection
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