A026 - From the Gerhard Hirsch auction (Germany), #195, May 1997.
This is a Greek Silver Tetartmorion, circa 466-435 BC. Has what appears to
be a leaf on one side (maybe turned upside down it could be a bunch of
grapes), and on the other side it has the Greek letters for "SE" with two
"pellets" in the field. Graded as VF, and rarity value of four "R"s. Money
value given for this is 300 Deutch (German) Marks. (5/6mm) Our price:
Plated, $10.00. Solid silver, $20.00.