Counterstamped Ptolemy I Soter Tetradrachm 305-282 BC

  1. Great countermarks/ banker's marks! (Looks like some interesting toning too.) I have a sub-collection of countermarks. Usually for the Roman or Roman Provincial/Greek Imperial (i.e. Greek mints during Roman period) you can find out their context & significance.

  2. Great Aegina! I'm on the lookout for one of those myself and some of the nicer examples often have bankers marks. I had started to try to do some research to see if I could find out more about these but wasn't able to find a great reference out there. I'm off to read more of your post now to see what you've discovered.

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