Didrachm of Segesta with hound
Early Classical Period
about 470 B.C.
Mint: Sicily, Segesta
Diameter: 21 mm. Weight: 8.78 gm. Die Axis: 3
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Obverse: Hound right, sniffing ground.
Inscription in Greek above (retrograde) and below.
Reverse: Nymph head right.
1903, Sir Hermann Weber Collection; 1918, sold by Weber's estate to Spink & Son Limited, London [see note 1]. By 1921, John W. Garrett Collection [see note 2]; 1942, bequeathed by John W. Garrett to Johns Hopkins University. By 1984, with Numismatic Fine Arts, Beverly Hills, California and Bank Leu AG, Zurich, Switzerland; March 29, 1985, Garrett Collection sale, part 3, by order of The Johns Hopkins University, lot 23. April 24, 1985, sold by Numismatic Fine Arts to the MFA.
 According to L. Forrer, The Weber Collection, vol. 1, no. 1504 (as from Castellani, 1903).
 Said to be from Raymond, September 29, 1921
Theodora Wilbour Fund in memory of Zoë Wilbour