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2008.9.112 Made for the Ure Museum by Martin Andrews.
2008.9.113 Made for the Ure Museum by Martin Andrews.
2008.9.114 Made for the Ure Museum by Martin Andrews.
2008.9.115 Made for the Ure Museum by Martin Andrews.
2008.9.116 Made for the Ure Museum by Martin Andrews
2008.9.117 Made for the Ure Museum by Martin Andrews.
2008.9.118a Made for the Ure Museum by Martin Andrews.
2008.9.118b Made for the Ure Museum by Martin Andrews.
2008.9.118c Made for the Ure Museum by Martin Andrews.
45.6.6 Probably Attic; parallels in Eleusis Museum and Oxford. 2003.97.0448.jpg
L.2005.7.10 Copy of a silver coin (didrachm) from Athens, 540 – 520 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0004.jpg
L.2005.7.11 Copy of a silver coin (decadrachm) from Syracuse, Sicily, 480 - 479 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0006.jpg
L.2005.7.12 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Smyrna, 200 - 100 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.99.0020.jpg
L.2005.7.13 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Knossos, Crete, 200 – 67 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0014.jpg
L.2005.7.14 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Athens, after 196 BC, now in the British Museum. 2006.98.0001.jpg
L.2005.7.15 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Magnesia ad Maeandrum (Ionia), 190 – 100 BC, now in the British Museum. 2006.98.0003.jpg
L.2005.7.16 Copy of a coin in the British Museum
L.2005.7.2 Copies a silver coin (stater) in the British Museum, from Tarentum, c. 500 BC 2006.98.0013.jpg
L.2005.7.3 Copies a silver coin (stater) in the British Museum, from Elis, 470 - 370 BC 2006.99.0006.jpg
L.2005.7.4 Copy of a silver coin (stater) from Metapontum, c. 450 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0012.jpg
L.2005.7.5 Copy of a silver coin (drachm) from Larissa, 430 – 400 BC, now in the British Museum
L.2005.7.6 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from Syracuse, Sicily, 405 – 395 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.98.0011.jpg
L.2005.7.7 Copy of a silver coin (tetradrachm) from the coast of Asia Minor, 400 – 395 BC, now in the British Museum. 2006.98.0015.jpg
L.2005.7.8 Copy of a coin (didrachm) from Corinth, 350 – 300 BC, now in the British Museum. 2006.98.0010.jpg
L.2005.7.9 Copy of a gold coin (stater) from Athens, 480 - 460 BC, now in the British Museum 2006.99.0011.jpg
REDMG:1951.154 In second consignment received on loan from Reading Museum, 1951. 2005.99.0098.jpg
TEMP.2002.9.16 Cast from an original in the Acropolis Museum, Athens
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