Obverse: Phalanthos astride dolphin to left. Beneath, cockle-shell, hinge upwards. (Inscription in Greek retrograde and inward) Reverse: Taras, half-draped, seated left on diphros, holding distaff in right hand, and staff in left. Outline of die visible.
By date unknown: Sir Hermann Weber Collection; 1918: purchased from H. Weber's estate by Spink & Son Limited, 17 & 18 Piccadilly, London, W 1 (L. Forrer, The Weber Collection, vol. 1, no. 534); by 1922: C. Côte Collection, Lyons; by 1963: on the art market in Athens, acquired on behalf of MFA by Cornelius C. Vermeule III; purchased by MFA from Cornelius C. Vermeule III, March 11, 1964
Theodora Wilbour Fund in memory of Zoë Wilbour