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ID:     80000343
     [UNVERIFIED]
Type:     Greek
Region:     PAMPHYLIA
City:     Aspendus
Date Ruled:     Circa 380/75-330/25 BC
Metal:     Silver
Denomination:     Stater
Weight:     10.94 g
Die Axis:     12 h
Obverse Legend:    
Obverse Description:     Two wrestlers grappling; BΛ between
Reverse Legend:     EΣTFEΔIIY
Reverse Description:     Slinger in throwing stance right; EΣTFEΔIIY to left; to right, counterclockwise triskeles
Primary Reference:     Tekin Series 4
Reference2:     SNG France -
Reference3:     SNG VA -
Reference4:     Izmir -; SNG Cop -; SNG PP 5 var. (clockwise triskeles); CNG 69, lot 480
Photograph Credit:     Classical Numismatic Group
Source:     http://www.cngcoins.com/Coin.aspx?CoinID=132566
Grade:     EF, toned
Notes:     Sale: Triton XII, Lot: 343 Very rare issue with BΛ. Ex Hess-Divo 307 (8 June 2007), lot 1282; Sternberg XIV (24 May 1984), lot 147.The BΛ issue is among the rarest of Aspendos staters. Correct attribution of these is dependent upon a close reading of the text of many published collections, as coin wear and poor quality photos often make the more common BA issues appear to read BΛ (see SNG Copenhagen 215 and Izmir 4).