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A small one:

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Attica. Athens
Tritetartemorion (454-404 BC)
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev: A Θ Ε within three crescents
Ag, 6mm, 0.48g
Ref.: Kroll 21b, SNG Copenhagen 57

 

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6 minutes ago, shanxi said:

A small one:

normal_G_302_Athens.jpg.91f7b9be3669f6b873933c1f89ed0909.jpg

Attica. Athens
Tritetartemorion (454-404 BC)
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev: A Θ Ε within three crescents
Ag, 6mm, 0.48g
Ref.: Kroll 21b, SNG Copenhagen 57

 

I think it's rare right ?

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Rarity and value are not really important for me.  The interesting thing about this coin is the mark of value in form of three crescents.

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1 hour ago, shanxi said:

Rarity and value are not really important for me.  The interesting thing about this coin is the mark of value in form of three crescents.

For me the most important is the historical value and the historical figures that they were alive then .

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