Locri Opuntii, Circa 369-338 B.C. AR Quarter-Stater. 2,52 grams.
Obverse: Head of Persephone wreathed with corn.
Reverse: Ajax, son of Oileus, naked but for helmet, advancing r., holding sword and shield decorated with serpent; broken spear on ground.
cf BMC 3,19.
Condition: Choice VF, excellent old collection toning.