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Ionia, Phokaia, Electrum Hekte

Ionia, Phokaia (c. 478-387 B.C.), Electrum Hekte (1/6 Stater). Head of Hermes facing left, wearing petasos, a small seal on right, rev. quadripartite incuse square, 2.57g. (Bodenstedt 82; SNG von Aulock 2125; Boston 1915). Well-centred, lightly toned, extremely fine and attractive.

Hermes, the messenger of the gods, was able to move swiftly between the immortal and mortal worlds. He was also the phallic god of boundaries in ancient Greece.

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