lot # 17 - Coins: Ancient
Judea > Bar Kokhba revolt, (132-136): Æ (base metal) small bronze, undated but attributed to Year 3 (134-5 CE); 17.5 - 19mm, 4.5g. Obverse: seven-branched palm tree with a bunch of dates on either side and legend "Shimon" - irregular rendering of his name. Reverse: bunch of grapes with legend "For the Freedom of Jerusalem". Identical to Mildenberg 159 (dies O4/R9) - with same die/strike anomaly at 5-o'clock position; similar to Hendin 1440. Coin alignment; extremely fine & well struck - rare as such.
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Product Tags: Holylandish, Judean Coins, Ancient Coins and Coins & Numismatics from Holyland, Judea (Roman Province) and from Roman Empire, Bar Kokhba Revolt which are Object Related Specifically to a Personality or Key Event