#1 doesn't show a normal lion; it's got wings. It's either a griffin, or a sphinx, both winged lion-like beasts. The Griffin had a head of an eagle, the sphinx a human head. Unfortunately, this coin is too badly corroded for me to spot the difference.
Griffins were featured on the archaic coins of Abdera
, in Thrace, and on the Greek island-state of Teos
. The Sphinx is quite distinctively from Chios
#2: the bulls head was common to many city-states throughout the ancient world. It's hard to know where to start looking.
I have to say, the bubbly, porous appearance of both these coins worries me. They've either been cleaned very harshly, or they're cast fakes.
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