Greek Bronze Larissa Horse and Rider 400-344 BC (072)
Ancient bronze coin with an image of a horse with a rider carrying a couched lance, facing right. The rider is wearing a hat called a kausia. The reverse side of the coin is an image of the nymph Larissa.
Greek bronze coin from the city of Larissa in Thessaly. Horses were frequent subjects of coinage from Thessaly as the region was known for the quality of their horses.
Dated: 400-344 BC
Size approx. 19mm in a hand fabricated sterling silver mount. 2mm silver chain.
With certificate of authenticity.
Shown with 2.2mm silver bead chain. Chain is sold separately. See Chains