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Triton XVIII, Lot: 192. Estimate $15000.
Sold for $15500. This amount does not include the buyer’s fee.

PHOENICIA, Sidon. temp. Ba`alšillem (Sakton) I-Ba’ana. Circa 425-401 BC. AR Dishekel (27mm, 27.61 g, 12h). Phoenician galley left before city wall with five towers; two lions standing outward in exergue / King of Persia and driver in chariot drawn by two horses galloping left; behind, attendant standing left; below, incuse goat running left; all within dotted circle within incuse circle. E&E-S Group III.1.a, 198 (D3/R4) = Sunrise 119 (this coin); Betlyon 17 (Baalshallim II); Rouvier –; HGC 10, 221 (Baalshillem I). Good VF, toned, a hint of porosity, faint cleaning marks under tone. Exceptional for issue.

From the Sunrise Collection. Ex Triton III (30 November 1999), lot 621.