Rare era date 86

I recently added a second era date 86 to my Aradian collection with the following references, Duyrat Pg.56 No.1777-1783 / HGC10: Pg.24 No.88. This increases the total amount of this particular era date to 9 individual coins, the list below gives details of the collections they reside in and die information i.e D8 (obverse) R10 (reverse). The die numbering was allotted to these coins in Frédérique Duyrat´s publication of 2005 called “Arados Hellénistique – Étude historique et monétaire”.

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1  (1777) D8-R9,NewYork,ANS000099931859.2,75g,14,3mm, 12 h.

2  (1778) D8-R10, Milan, collection Di Brera no 3600. 2,33 g, 12 h.

3  (1779) D8?-R11, New York, ANS 1992 54 529 Lindgren. 4,46 g, 16,7 mm, 12 h.

4  (1780) D9-R11?, Londres, BM, BMC 104, pl. 3, 13. 3,09 g, 17,0 mm, 12 h.

5  (1781) D10-R12, Paris, BNF, L. De Clercq no 316. 3,10 g, 16,9 mm, 12 h.

6  (1782) D11-R13, collection A. Ronde, Paris. 17,3 mm, 12 h.

7  (1783) D11-R14, Munich, no 29. 3,21 g, 12 h.

8           *D8-R10, Stockholm, Collection Martin Rowe. 2.97 g, 16,46 mm, 1 h.

9           *D10-R12, Stockholm, Collection Martin Rowe. 3.65 g, 15.94 mm, 12 h.

By Coins Of The Southern Levant Posted in Arados

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