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Old Sep 23, 2010, 08:52 AM   #1
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Alexander Tetradrachm attribution question

I have an Alexander Tetradrachm that seems to be somewhat
barbaric, and remains in need of a more complete attribution.

It has a reversed Sigma in left field and the name of Alexander
to the right, as well as a pellet below the throne. It is also rather
crude and I suspect that it may be in some reference that I already
own (eg: Kostial's: Kelten im Osten, Sammlung Lanz[?]), but
unfortunately I am in the middle of packing my library for a rather
unwelcomed move of house.
I have accessed Price but could not (yet!) find any prototype from
which this may have been copied. If anyone has any additional
reference information to hand about this item I would be most
appreciative. Has anyone seen one of these before?
Kind regards,

Walter Holt
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