Extremely rare with Corinthian helmet symbol
Lot 910
CILICIA. Kelenderis. Circa 440-430 BC. Stater (Silver, 19 mm, 10.70 g, 4 h). Youthful nude rider seated sideways on horse prancing to left, holding whip in his right hand, preparing to jump off. Rev. ΚΕΛΕΝ Forepart of a goat to left; above, Corinthian helmet to left; all within round incuse. Casabonne type 1 var. (no symbol and differing legend). SNG Levante 16 = SNG Paris 43 corr. (same dies, but helmet above goat not noted). Extremely rare. A perfectly centered example of fine classical style. Struck from slightly worn dies and somewhat granular, otherwise, very fine.

From a European collection, formed before 2005.

While the example published in SNG Levante and SNG Paris is struck slightly off center, upon closer inspection, one can just make out the outlines of an object above the goat. The present example clearly reveals this to be a Corinthian helmet.
Starting price:
100 CHF
Hammer price:
3200 CHF
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Closing time: 11-Mar-23, 19:34:30 CET
All winning bids are subject to an 18.5% buyer's fee.


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