Thessaly, Larissa (c. 370-360 BC).
Obverse: Head of the nymph Larissa facing left, her hair bound at the top of her head, wearing a triple-pendant earring and pearl necklace.
Reverse: Bridled horse pacing to right, tail curled, ΛΑΡ – [ΙΣ – ΑΙ] – ΩΝ.
Short split in flan, reverse a little off-centre. Nearly extremely fine. Spectacular cabinet tone. A beautiful profile. .
BCD Thessaly 2011, Lot 1133 (this obverse die); Jameson 2468.
Ex Geissener Munzhandlung, Auction 46, Munich, 30/10/1989, Lot #151
Ex Prospero Collection, New York Sale XXVII, 04/01/2012, Lot #329.