Neapolis, Silver Didrachm
Item Reference: FG44890
Campania, Neapolis (c. 275-250 B.C.), Silver Didrachm. Head of nymph facing left, her hair bound with a broad ribbon, and wearing an earring and a necklace, a cornucopiae behind, rev NEOΠOΛITΩN, man-headed bull walking to right, Nike flies above to right to crown the bull, IΣ between the bull’s legs, 7.33g, 2h (Sambon 522; SNG ANS 410; HN Italy 586).
Reverse slightly off-centre, very attractive old cabinet tone, good style, good very fine.