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PTOLEMAIC KINGS of EGYPT. Ptolemy VI Philometor. First sole reign, 180-170 BC. Æ Hemidrachm (32mm, 31.21 g, 12h). Cyprus mint. Diademed head of Zeus-Ammon right / Eagle with closed wings standing left on thunderbolt; scepter over shoulder, lotus flower in left field, EYΛ between legs. Svoronos 1396 (Ptolemy VI with Eulaios); Lorber, Lotus Series VI.2; Weiser – (Ptolemy VI with Eulaios); SNG Copenhagen 293; Noeske –. VF, porous brown surfaces. From the J. P. Righetti Collection, 097.For an in-depth discussion of this series, see Cathy Lorber’s article “The Lotus of Aphrodite on Ptolemaic Bronzes” in SNR 80 (2001), pp. 46-48, plates 5.CNG is pleased to offer a large selection of Ptolemaic coins from the J. P. Righetti Collection. This group of coins is mostly comprised of diverse varieties of bronze issues from the beginning to the end of the Ptolemaic kingdom. The classification of many Ptolemaic bronze issues has been highly debated among numismatists, often with researchers publishing highly divergent attributions to various kings, and also in the naming of the denominations used. For this selection, we generally followed the attributions and denominations given on Dan Wolf’s website, www.ptolemybronze.com, who has been closely working with noted numismatic scholar, Catharine Lorber. The first of Cathy’s books on the Ptolemaic coinage, which will supplant the long outdated Svoronos, is imminently forthcoming, and we would like to thank her for reviewing this special offering. Her conclusions regarding each coin’s issuer, denomination, and mint are followed herein.