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Bronze Æ11

Bronze Æ11 -  obverse Bronze Æ11 -  reverse

Features

Country Abydos (Troas)
(Troas)
Type Standard circulation coin
Years 320 BC - 200 BC
Value Unknown AE
Metal Bronze
Weight 1.75 g
Diameter 11 mm
Shape Round (Irregular)
Demonetized yes

Obverse

Laureate head of Apollo facing right

Reverse

Standing eagle facing right, lettering over back, amphora under belly, and with legend to the left.

Lettering: ABY

Edge

Smooth

Comments

GB77994. Bronze AE 11, references: SNG Cop 33 ff. var.; SNG Munchen 18 var., SNGvA 7538 var.; SNG Tub 2516 var., Weber 5270 var., BMC Troas - (none with this control symbol); mint: Abydos, weight: 1.750g, maximum diameter: 10.8mm, die axis: 90*, date struck: c. 320 - 200 B.C.; obverse laureate head of Apollo right; reverse ABY, eagle standing right, wings closed, head right, amphora (control symbol) right.

The denominations of bronze coins that are unknown to numismatists are referred to as Æ, (or AE, which means it is made of a base alloy), and with the diameter after it.

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Year Mintage G VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (320 BC - 200 BC) 

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