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Mithradates VI silver tetradrachm, dated to 91BC, estimated at £7500 at Roma Numismatics.

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This silver tetradrachm, dated to 91BC, is exceedingly well preserved and apparently the second known example. Mithradates is shown in his pomp wearing a diadem while to the verso is Pegasus and the date within an ivy wreath.

It is estimated to bring £7500 at the Roma Numismatics sale of classical coins on October 7-8.

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