Two ancient silver Greek coins, both with incuse square. The one from the isles off Thrace, Thasos, with incuse square on the reverse, and a naked satyr carrying off a protesting nymph on the front. Circa 510-490 BC. Rare. The other from Attica, Aiginia, 550-480 BC, thick and almost oval shaped, with incuse square on reverse and a sea turtle on front. Early coinage, both with the interesting incuse square.
Diameter: 16 mm
Diameter: 18 mm