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Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - 19:00

11 . A silver shekel from the second year of the Jewish War against Rome. 67/8 C.E.

Silver shekel from the second year of the Jewish War against Rome, with early Hebrew text. 

Description: 14.12 grams. 22 mm, axis 12. Not graded.

Obv.: Cup surrounded by Paleo-Hebrew inscription (shekel of Israel). Above the cup, the date (abbreviation of year two (of the rebellion)).
Rev.: Stem with three pomegranates surrounded by the inscription (Jerusalem the Holy).

Condition: Fine.

 

Estimation

$4,000 - $5,000
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$3,000
$6,600
Including buyers premium

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