Really Cool Head of Zeus and Running Boar from the Hellenistic Period Large 21mm AE
Great early Greek Bronze or Copper from the Apulia, Arpi region dating 325-275 B.C. The coin is well centered and struck, although circulated; my opinion of the grade is Fine Choice. Obverse shows Laureate head of Zeus facing left, thunderbolt to the right. The reverse shows a boar running/striding, above the boar is a spearhead. I assume the symbolism here depicts a hunting scene. Very nice coin, slightly oval in shape. The reverse is one of my favorites and it is less common to see a boar.
*CNG 94, 10 SNG ANS 635