Phoenicia. Tyre silver shekel (30 Pieces of silver type), struck during the lifetime of Christ.

Ancient Coins - Phoenicia. Tyre silver shekel (30 Pieces of silver type), struck during the lifetime of Christ.
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Denomination : Silver tetradrachm (Shekel).

Mint : Many believe that the mint was moved from Tyre to Jerusalem some time just before 12 BC, so that this type was minted in Jerusalem.

Date : year - 143, which is AD 17 to 18.

Size : 24.9 x 25.5 mm. Weight : 13.26 grams.

Reference : Sear Greek - 5920 variety.

Grade : G/VF (the obverse appears to have been struck with a very worn die).

Obverse : Head of Melqarth right.

Reverse : Eagle standing left on a ship's prow, with a club and the date mark RMG in the left field, with KR in the right field with a Greek letter monogram below that, with TUROU IERAS KAI ASULOU around (some of the letters are off the flan).

价格 品种: vcoin3334
US$ 325.00
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利率: 09/21/18

发货从: Canada
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