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Intact & Beautiful Large Greek Terracotta Bust of a Goddess: Ex M&M
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1386486
1386486


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$1,325.00 

This beautiful Greek terracotta dates to the 4th century B.C., and is approximately 3.8 inches high. This large bust is intact, and is a complete bust of a very large standing terracotta of a goddess such as Persephone, who is the Greek goddess of harvest and fertility. This esoteric bust has exceptional artistic style, as the head is slightly tilted to the left, and the head is slightly uplifted. The hair is also tied upwards into a bun above the forehead, and the face has a slight smile. ... Click for details

Superb to Mint State Quality Greek Gold Stater of Alexander the Great
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1385577
1385577


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$6,875.00 

This superb to mint quality coin is a Greek gold stater of Alexander the Great, circa 323-320 B.C., and grades EF+/FDC (Extremely Fine+/Mint State). This beautiful coin also weighs 8.6 gms, and is perfectly centered. This coin was minted in Miletos, and was struck under Philoxenos, who was a general of Alexander the Great. The obverse (Obv.) of this coin features the helmeted head of Athena facing right, and is wearing a Corinthian helmet with a coiled serpent. There are also flowing locks... Click for details

Mint Quality Greek Xenon Kantharos with Ivy Tendrils & Wave Designs
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1385356
1385356


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$975.00 

This mint quality piece is a Greek "Xenon ware" kantharos, and dates circa 375-350 B.C., and is approximately 4.25 inches high, by 6.25 inches wide from handle to handle. This Greek ceramic is classified as "Xenon ware", and was named after a similar kantharos that is now in Frankfurt, Germany that bears the inscription "XENON". This type of pottery represents a further aspect of Greek Apulian pottery from southern Italy that also has Greek mainland attributes. This attractive piece has a... Click for details

Superb Greek Macedonian Silver Tetradrachm with Young Artemis Bust
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1385018
1385018


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$875.00 

This appealing silver tetradrachm was minted in Amphipolis (Northern Greece) under Roman control, circa 154-150 B.C., is approximately 35mm wide, weighs 16.9 gms, and grades superb quality (EF+) to (FDC) mint state. This beautiful piece features on the obverse (Obv.) the young bust of Artemis facing right, with a bow case behind, all within a dotted border. The face is a very sweet looking young portrait with flowing hair, and has better artistic style that what is normally seen. The young... Click for details

Rare & Intact Greek Attic Figural Shoe Form Aryballos: Ex Christies
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1384711
1384711


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$1,865.00 

This rare piece is a Greek Attic aryballos in the form of a shoe, and dates circa early 4th century B.C. This appealing piece is approximately 3.9 inches long, by 2.8 inches high, and is an intact example with no repair and/or restoration. This piece was mold made, and has a single strap handle applied at the back, along with a black glazed fluted spout. The strap handle also has a black glaze, and the balance of the piece is a orange/red terracotta. This shoe also has delicate and realistic... Click for details

X-Rare & Complete Greek Bronze Jewelry Mold for a Gold & Silver Acorn
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1384480
1384480


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$1,275.00 

This extremely rare piece is a Greek bronze jewelry mold that dates to the Hellenistic Period, circa 4th-3rd century B.C., and is approximately 1.75 inches long, by 1.25 inches wide, by .3 inches thick. This complete piece was cast as one solid piece and has a flat back, a single hole for suspension seen below the rounded top, and two extended handles with mounting holes seen on each side of the main body of the piece. This piece was also likely secured with cords through the extended handles... Click for details

Intact & Lustrous Greek Blackware Kylix with Designs: Ex Piehler
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1383326
1383326


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$925.00 

This piece is a Greek blackware kylix that dates circa 4th century B.C., and is approximately 10 inches wide from handle to handle, by 2.1 inches high. This piece is intact with no repair and/or restoration, and has a deep lustrous black glaze on the inner and outer surfaces, save for the bottom of the raised ring base that has an unglazed section known as the "reserve" section, and this is a light red terracotta. This attractive piece has an impressed "star pattern" with four acanthus leaves... Click for details

Intact & Attractive Greek Boeotian Blackware Kantharos: Ex Piehler
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1383260
1383260


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$965.00 

This intact piece is an attractive Greek Boeotian blackware kantharos that dates circa 450-425 B.C., and is approximately 4.35 inches high, by 6.5 inches wide from handle to handle. This piece has a graceful bowl with a flared rim and an added ring base, and has looping strap handles that were solidly attached to the main body of the vessel. This piece also has a reddish-tan reserve at the bottom, along with a black centered dot. The interior of the vessel also has a thick, lustrous black... Click for details

Intact Greek Attic Kylix with Control and Ownership Lettering
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1383243
1383243


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$825.00 

This interesting piece is a Greek Attic kylix that dates circa 450 B.C., and is approximately 7.65 inches wide from handle to handle, by 2.1 inches high. This piece is also intact, with no repair and/or restoration, and has a deep black glaze on the inner and outer surfaces. This piece has a dark orange reserve with a black dot and concentric circles on the bottom, and four incised letters (N-T-I-N) that likely represent the name of the "owner" of the vessel. In addition, there are two... Click for details

Scarce Greek Attic Vessel Stand with Concentric Circles: Ex Piehler
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1383122
1383122


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This scarce Greek Attic piece is a vessel stand, and dates circa 5th-4th century B.C. This appealing piece is approximately 2 inches high, by 3.5 inches in diameter at the upper rim. This piece is made from a light red terracotta, and there are several dark brown and red glazed concentric circles that are seen mostly on the underside, and on the topside of the raised flat top base. This piece also has a well-designed rounded lip that is slightly raised over the flat top base, and this design... Click for details

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