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Hello to everybody, I'm for the first time here I need some help to identify this ancient coin. This is a silver coin, probably from Myrina, on avers side double portrait and the reverse represents a woman, nominal (probably 1 drachma) and a name "MYRINAI.."Could someone tell more and name the approximate value for today. Thanks in advance.

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Hello, thanks for comments, I put some photos that would help more to investigate. There is barely a casting seam present on this coin at least for today, it is more like a reflex of light in the photo but there are plenty of smaller or bigger holes on surface. So could it be just a cast copy? And what period does it represent?

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