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Denomination :
AR Obol

Reference :
BMC Italy p.123, 4-6
Sambon p.332, 831


Obv :  Young male head facing slightly right
Rev :  Oscan legend; barley-corn, mussel-shell and dolphin.
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Denomination :
Obol

Reference :
Rutter pg. 180, Group IV
SNG ANS 590
HN Italy 619


Obv :  Head of nymph facing slightly left
Rev :  Lion running left; star above, serpent in exergue
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Denomination :
Obol

Reference :
SGCV 316


Obv :  Young head or mask facing
Rev :  Mussel, grain, and dolphin
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Denomination :
Obol

Reference :
SNG ANS 584
HN Italy 619


Obv :  Head of nymph facing slightly left
Rev :  Lion crouching left, raising forepaw; coiled serpent in exergue
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Denomination :
Obol

Reference :
SNG ANS 584 ff.
Rutter pg. 180, Group IV


Obv :  Female head facing slightly left
Rev :  Lion left, snake in exergue
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Denomination :
Obol

Reference :
SNG ANS 590
HN Italy 619


Obv :  Head of Nymph facing slightly left.
Rev :  Lion standing left, right forepaw raised; star above, [serpent] in exergue.
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