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Etruria, Populonia Æ Triens. Late 3rd century BC. Head of Menvra right, wearing Corinthian helmet; four pellets below / Etruscan legend ‘pvplvna’, owl facing with wings spread; four pellets above; stars flanking. EC I, 133.5 (O1/R1, this coin); HN Italy 184; Sambon 114. 24.58g, 30mm, 6h.

Good Very Fine.

From the collection of a Swiss Etruscologist;
This coin published in I. Vecchi, Etruscan Coinage, 2012;
Ex Dix Noonan & Webb 75, 26 September 2007, lot 2032;
Ex Ex Tony Hardy Collection, Classical Numismatic Group 67, 22 September 2004, lot 50;
Ex Athos D. Moretti Collection, Numismatica Ars Classica 7, 1 March 1994, lot 18;
Ex Spink 82, 27 March 1991, lot 409.

Lot 78: Etruria, Populonia Æ Triens.

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