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about Alexander the Great and Coins Minted in His Name

The Macedonian empire was founded by Alexander I but carried forward by others including Philip II (Father of Alexander the Great) and Alexander the Great. Philip II developed the army and tactics that enabled Alexander to accomplish his victories. Alexander the Great is considered the greatest military general ever.

The conquests of Alexander the Great changed the world for ever. Following Alexander's death in 323 BC his generals divided his vast empire between themselves and began to squabble over his legacy. In the period of turmoil that followed, the image of the deified Alexander played an important part, as his successors tried to cast themselves as his heir. Various monarchs continued the production of coins in the name of Alexander in this context.

When Alexander conquered territories, he looted the conquered kingdom's precious metals, gold and silver (i.e., plunder).  He, and his successors, minted coins in his name with that plunder.  These coins are the plunder taken by Alexander the Great and his successor generals.

 

 

 
 


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#8564: GOLD STATER - 340 BC, 
Minted by Philip II, 
Apollo with Alexander's Facial Features !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN EMPIRE during the reign of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great, around 340 BC. 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Apollo
Rev:
  Fast Biga (Two Horse Chariot), Tripod beneath
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (almost the diameter of a US Dime and twice as Thick)
Weight:  8.6 grams
Condition:
  Very Fine plus

             SOLD    $2195 plus shipping

 

 

 

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#11174: SILVER TETRADRACHM - 310 BC, 
Minted by Ptolemy as Satrap of Egypt

Historical Context:  The Ptolemaic empire was founded by Ptolemy I after the death of Alexander the Great. Ptolemy I was a boyhood friend of Alexander and his most trusted general. After Ptolemy successfully completed the Persian war, Alexander granted him the area of Egypt. He founded an empire that lasted almost 300 years. The empire ended with Cleopatra VII, the Queen of the Nile. This coin was minted shortly after Alexander's death and before Ptolemy assumed the reign as King (Pharaoh) of Egypt.

Obv:  Alexander the Great in Elephant Skin Cap
Rev:
  Athena Brandishing Spear and Shield
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter (almost size of US $.50 and thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine, Excellent Style and toning, flan flaw and banker's mark on obverse, grafetti on rev

             SOLD  $1895 plus shipping

 

 

 

Herakles-type Tetradrachm Coins of Alexander

Tetradrachms are large silver coins.  Most weight about 17 grams and measure about 24 to 30 mm diameter.  The smaller diameter type (24 to 26 mm) are about the diameter of a US Quarter but 2 to 3 times as thick.  The larger diameter type (27 to 30 mm) are about the diameter of a US $.50 but twice as thick.  Alexander's tetradrachms and drachms features Alexander's portrait as Herakles (same as Roman Hercules).  He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Herakles with his bare hands.  The reverse scene is Zeus, seated, holding an eagle in his outstretched hand and a legend bearing his name in Greek.

When Alexander conquered territories, he looted the conquered kingdom's precious metals, gold and silver (i.e., plunder).  He, and his successors, minted coins in his name with that plunder.  These coins are the plunder of Alexander the Great.

 

   
#11587: SILVER Tetradrachm - 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

BABYLON MINT !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand, Club of Herakles"Mint Mark" in Field
Weight: 
17.1 grams
Diameter:
  26 mm diameter (Larger diameter than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine, Excellent toning - Toning darker in hand

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#11579: SILVER Tetradrachm - 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

MILETOS MINT !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand, Lion "Mint Mark" in Field
Weight: 
17.1 grams
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine, Excellent toning

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#11603: SILVER Tetradrachm - 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

LIFETIME ISSUE !!
AMPHIPOLIS MINT !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand, Ship's Prow "Mint Mark" in Field
Weight: 
17.3 grams
Diameter:
  26 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine plus, Light toning

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#11596: SILVER Tetradrachm - 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

LIFETIME ISSUE !!
MYRIANDROS MINT !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand, Monogram "Mint Mark" in Field
Weight: 
17.3 grams
Diameter:
  26 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine plus, Light toning, Scratches (Much nicer in hand)

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#11471: SILVER Tetradrachm - 330-323 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

ARADOS MINT -

Early Lifetime Issue

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
17.3 grams
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine, Excellent toning

               SOLD  $1,399 plus shipping

 

 

#11572: SILVER Tetradrachm - 324-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

ARADOS MINT !!
Lifetime Issue!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand, Caduceus (Medical symbol) in the field
Weight: 
16.4 grams
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine, Excellent toning

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#11711: SILVER Tetradrachm - 324-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

ARADOS MINT !!
Lifetime Issue!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand, Caduceus (Medical symbol) in the field
Weight: 
16.9 grams
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Excellent toning, Surfaces are much brighter in hand

               BUY NOW   $449 plus shipping

 

 

#11546: SILVER Tetradrachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

BABYLON MINT !!

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
17.2 grams
Diameter:
  28 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Light toning

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#11459: SILVER Tetradrachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
17.1 grams
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine, Excellent toning

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#11024: SILVER Tetradrachm - 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

BABYLON MINT !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
16.9 grams
Diameter:
  28 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine/Very Fine plus, Excellent toning

               SOLD   $929 plus shipping

 

 

#11554: SILVER Tetradrachm- 2rd Century BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Mesembria mint !!

Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
16.6 grams
Diameter:  about 29 mm (almost size of US $.50)

          BUY NOW   $399  plus shipping

 

 


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#11290: SILVER Tetradrachm- 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!



Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
16.2 grams
Diameter:  about 29 mm (almost size of US $.50)

          BUY NOW   $349  plus shipping

 

 

#11569: SILVER Tetradrachm- 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!



Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
16.3 grams
Diameter:  about 29 mm (almost size of US $.50)
Condition:  Fine/Very Fine, Corrosion porosity in lower left

 

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#11595: SILVER Tetradrachm- 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

TYCHE Countermark !!
Alabanda MINT !!



Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands, Tyche Countermark
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand, Pegasus in Field
Weight: 
16.4 grams
Diameter:  about 30 mm (almost size of US $.50)
Condition:  Fine

 

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#11654: SILVER Tetradrachm - 325-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

ARADOS MINT - Lifetime Issue

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
17.2 grams
Diameter:
  28 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  Extra Fine, Light toning

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#11570: SILVER Tetradrachm- 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

SARDES MINT !!



Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand, Priapus (ithyphallic herm)
Weight: 
16.5 grams
Diameter:  about 25 mm (about size of US Quarter, but, 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:  about Very Fine/Very Fine plus, Excellent toning

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#11543: SILVER Tetradrachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

TARSUS MINT - Earliest Herakles Type - Served as Architype for these Coins for next 200 years

Earliest Lifetime Issue

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
16.9 grams
Diameter:
  26 mm diameter   
                   (Much larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Banker's cuts, NiceToning

               BUY NOW   $349  plus shipping


 

#11547: SILVER Tetradrachm-325-323 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Kition Mint !!

Lifetime Issue !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
17.3 grams
Diameter:
  26 mm diameter 
                   (slightly larger than a US Quarter and 2 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine/Fine plus

               BUY NOW $339 plus shipping

 

 

#11594: SILVER Tetradrachm-325-323 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Byblos Mint !!
Lifetime Issue !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
16.9 grams
Diameter:
  26 mm diameter 
                   (slightly larger than a US Quarter and 2 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine plus/almost Fine

               BUY NOW $369 plus shipping

 

 

 

#11151: SILVER Tetradrachm-325-323 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
17.0 grams
Diameter:
  27 mm diameter 
                   (slightly larger than a US Quarter and 2 times as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine

               BUY NOW $209 plus shipping

 

 

#11568: SILVER Tetradrachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

BABYLON MINT !!

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
17.2 grams
Diameter:
  28 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  almost Fine

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#11025: SILVER Tetradrachm - 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

BABYLON MINT !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
16.9 grams
Diameter:
  28 mm diameter (Substantially larger than a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine/Very Fine plus, Excellent toning

               SOLD   $995 plus shipping

 

   
#11534: SILVER Tetradrachm - 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

MYTILENE MINT !!

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
16.8 grams
Diameter:
  30 mm diameter (about Diameter of US $.50)
Condition:
  Very Fine/Very Fine plus, Excellent toning

               BUY NOW   $595 plus shipping

 

 

 

#11536: SILVER Tetradrachm-  310-275 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!



Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
17.0 grams
Condition:  Fine plus, Good Metal Surfaces

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#11571: SILVER Tetradrachm-  310-275 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Amphipolis Mint !!

Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
16.3 grams
Condition:  Fine plus, Slightly porous surfaces

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  #11419: SILVER Tetradrachm-  310-275 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Phoenician Mint !!

Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Weight: 
17.1 grams
Condition:  Very Fine, Good Metal Surfaces

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  #10798: SILVER Tetradrachm-  310-275 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!



Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand, Priapus (ithyphallic herm)

Condition:  Flat Spot on Obv.

         BUY NOW   $219  plus shipping

 

 

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#10027: SILVER Tetradrachm- 320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Zeus Holding Spear (Point Down)  RARE Type!!
City Magistrates Name under Zeus' arm

Ake Mint !!

Size:  about 27 mm (slightly larger than a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Weight:  17.0 grams
Condition:
  about Very Fine, nicely toned

       
SOLD   $329 plus shipping

 

 

 

  #10281: SILVER Tetradrachm- 2nd Cent BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!
Odessos Mint

Weight:  15.0 grams
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter 
                   ( larger than a US Quarter and 2 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine plus

       
BUY NOW   $219 plus shipping
           (exPegasi @ $275)

 

 

#11019: SILVER Tetradrachm- 320 BC, Minted in Arados by Ptolemy's Egyptian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Minted by Ptolemy I as Satrap of Egypt  RARE Type!!
 

ex-CNG

Size:  about 29 mm (much larger than a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Weight:  16.7 grams
Condition:
  Fine plus, nicely toned

       
SOLD   $279 plus shipping

 

 

#10912: SILVER Tetradrachm - 2nd Cent BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!
Countermark by Seleukos (Anchor)
Perga Mint

Weight:  15.8 grams
Diameter:
  30 mm diameter 
                   ( about diameter of a US $.50)
Condition:
  Fine, evenly toned

       
BUY NOW   $189 plus shipping


   
9607.JPG (50002 bytes) #9607: SILVER Tetradrachm - 2nd Cent BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!
Countermark by Seleukos (Anchor)
Perga Mint

Weight:  14.6 grams
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter 
                   ( larger than a US Quarter and 2 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine, re toned and waxed for presevation

       
BUY NOW   $189 plus shipping


#11148: SILVER Tetradrachm - 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!
 

Weight:  16.8 grams
Diameter:
  26 mm diameter  (about diameter of a US Quarter)
Condition:
  about Fine

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  $199 plus shipping

 

#11664: SILVER Tetradrachm - 310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!
 
Lifetime Issue

Weight:  17.2 grams
Diameter:
  26 mm diameter  (about diameter of a US Quarter)
Condition:
  about Fine

        BUY NOW
  $199 plus shipping

 

#11481: SILVER Tetradrachm-  310-275 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!



Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand. Labrys (Double Headed Ax) "Mint Mark" in Field
Weight: 
17.0 grams
Condition:  Fine plus, Good Metal Surfaces


       SOLD   $459 plus shipping

 

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#11279: SILVER Tetradrachm Fourrie -320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Exceptional Style for fourrie type 

LARGE FLAN

Size:  LARGE FLAN about 30 mm (slightly larger than a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Condition:  Very Fine plus, Base core exposed on Obv and Rev 

       
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Tetradrachm Coins of Alexander by General Lysimachus

Like the Herakles-type tetradrachms described above, these are large silver coins.  Most weight about 17 grams and measure about 28 to 32 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US $.50 but twice as thick).  These tetradrachms were minted by Lysimachus, one of Alexander's successor Generals, and feature Alexander's portrait wearing the horn of Ammon. These portraits are generally considered the most accurate representation of Alexander.

The reverse scene is Athena seated, holding Nike (representing Victory).

When Alexander conquered territories, he looted the conquered kingdoms precious metals, gold and silver (i.e., plunder).  He, and his successors, minted coins in his name with that plunder.  These coins are the plunder of Alexander the Great.

 

 


 

 

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#11614: SILVER Tetradrachm-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great Wearing the Horn of Ammon !!

High Relief Portrait and Reverse !!

Historical Context:
 See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Ammon (Egyptian deity)
Rev:
  Athena seated, holding Nike (representing Victory)
Weight: 
16.0 grams
Diameter:
  27 mm diameter 
                   (the size of a US $.50 and 2 times as thick at the center)
Condition:
  Very Fine, lightly toned

             BUY NOW     $999 plus shipping


 

#11586: SILVER Tetradrachm-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great Wearing the Horn of Ammon !!

Historical Context:
  See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Ammon (Egyptian deity)
Rev:
  Athena seated, holding Nike (representing Victory)
Weight: 
17.3 grams
Diameter:
  30 mm diameter 
                   (the size of a US $.50 and 2 times as thick)
Condition:
  Very Fine, lightly toned

             BUY NOW   $279 plus shipping


#5921: SILVER Tetradrachm-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great Wearing the Horn of Ammon !!

Historical Context:
 See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Ammon (Egyptian deity)
Rev:
  Athena seated, holding Nike (representing Victory)
Weight: 
15.5 grams
Diameter:
  30 mm diameter 
                   (the size of a US $.50 and 2 times as thick at the center)
Condition:
  Very Fine, lightly toned

             BUY NOW     $699 plus shipping

 

 

 

 

 

#11615: SILVER Tetradrachm-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great Wearing the Horn of Ammon !!

Historical Context:
 See above  

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Ammon (Egyptian deity)
Rev:
  Athena seated, holding Nike (representing Victory)
Weight: 
15.5 grams
Diameter:
  30 mm diameter 
                   (the size of a US $.50 and 2 times as thick at the center)
Condition:
  Very Fine, lightly toned

             BUY NOW     $999 plus shipping

 

 

   

Drachm Coins of Alexander

Drachms are medium sized silver coins (1/4 the weight of tetradrachms).  Most weight about 4 grams and measure about 16 to 19 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Dime and twice as thick).  These are thematically identical to  Alexander's tetradrachms (above) and feature Alexander's portrait as Herakles (same as Roman Hercules).  He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Herakles with his bare hands.  The reverse scene is Zeus, seated, holding an eagle in his outstretched hand and a legend bearing his name in Greek.

When Alexander conquered territories, he looted the conquered kingdoms precious metals, gold and silver (i.e., plunder).  He, and his successors, minted coins in his name with that plunder.  These coins are the plunder of Alexander the Great.

 

  #11096: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

ex-CNG

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  Broad Flan - 19 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (little bigger than US Penny)
Condition:
  Very Fine plus, Toned, Some Iridescences

               SOLD   $389  plus shipping

 


#11707: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (about same as US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Some Toning

               BUY NOW   $139 plus shipping

 

 

#11706: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (about same as US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Some Toning

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#11704: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (about same as US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Some Toning

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#11705: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (about same as US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Some Toning

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#11703: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (about same as US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Some Toning

               BUY NOW   $99.95 plus shipping

 

 

#11702: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, Macedonian Empire - Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (about same as US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Some Toning

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#11247: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, 
Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

Historical Context: See above

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (almost the size of a US Penny)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Banker's Cut on Obv.

              SOLD  $ 119  plus shipping

 

#10766: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, 
Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

Historical Context: See above

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (almost the size of a US Penny)
Condition:
  Very Fine

              SOLD   $ 129  plus shipping

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CELTIC SILVER
#6483: SILVER Drachm-310 BC, 
Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !! 

Historical Context: This coin was minted by the one of the CELTIC TRIBES some the after the death of Alexander the Great, around 320-300 BC. The Macedonian empire was founded by Alexander I but carried forward by others including Philip II (Father of Alexander the Great) and ALEXANDER the GREAT. Philip II developed the army and tactics that enabled Alexander the Great to accomplish his victories. Alexander the Great is considered the greatest military general ever. After his death, many of regions conquered by Alexander minted coins of this motif in his honor and that carried over to minting by the Celtics.

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter and weighs about 4 grams (almost the size of a US Penny)
Condition:
  Very Fine

               SOLD   $ 119  plus shipping


 

   

Egyptian Bronze Coins of Alexander

Ptolemy, a successor General of Alexander, and Ptolemy's heirs, also minted bronze coins with Alexander's image.  The Ptolemaic empire was founded by Ptolemy I after the death of Alexander the Great. Ptolemy I was a boyhood friend of Alexander and his most trusted general. After Ptolemy successfully completed the Persian war, Alexander granted him the area of Egypt. He founded an empire that lasted almost 300 years. The empire ended with Cleopatra VII, the Queen of the Nile. These coins were minted starting shortly after Alexander's death and before Ptolemy assumed the reign as King (Pharaoh) of Egypt, but, continued about 100 years.

Most of these bronze coins are about 16 to 27 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Penny, up to larger than a US Quarter and typically twice as thick).   Like his tetradrachms, most of Alexander's bronze coins feature Alexander's portrait wearing a Elephant skin cap.  The reverse scene is typically the Ptolemaic Eagle and a legend indicating the Ptoelmaic Dynasty in Greek.

 

 

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#10004: EGYPTIAN Bronze – 310 BC, ALEXANDER the GREAT in ELEPHANT SKIN

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Obverse:  Alexander the Great in Elephant Skin Cap
Reverse:
  Eagle
Size:  about 27 mm (almost a size of a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:  Very Fine, Even Patina  

SOLD  $199 plus shipping

 

10030.JPG (48016 bytes) #10030: EGYPTIAN Bronze – 310 BC, ALEXANDER the GREAT in ELEPHANT SKIN

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Obverse:  Alexander the Great in Elephant Skin Cap
Reverse:
  Eagle
Size:  about 25 mm (almost a size of a US Quarter and thicker)
Condition:  Very Fine, Even Patina  

SOLD  $199 plus shipping

 

 

#10209: EGYPTIAN Bronze – 310 BC, ALEXANDER the GREAT in ELEPHANT SKIN

Historical Context:  See above Historical Context

Obverse:  Alexander the Great in Elephant Skin Cap
Reverse:
  Eagle
Size:  about 20 mm (almost a size of a US Nickel and thicker)
Condition:  Fine, Even Patina, Earthen Highlights  

SOLD  $99.95 plus shipping

 

   
   

Bronze Coins of Alexander within the Macedonian Empire

Alexander, and his successors also minted bronze coins.  Most of these bronze coins are about 16 to 19 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Penny and typically twice as thick).   Like his tetradrachms, most of Alexander's bronze coins feature Alexander's portrait as Herakles (same as Roman Hercules).  He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Herakles with his bare hands.  The reverse scene is typically the club and/or the bow case of Herakles and a legend bearing his name in Greek.

 

 

  #10765: GREEK COIN - 320 BC, Alexander the Great !! (His Face) !! w/ HERCULES' CLUB !!

Countermark with Lion's Head

Same as above

Diameter:  19 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Very Fine

             SOLD    $89.95  plus shipping

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#11626: GREEK COIN - 320 BC, Alexander the Great !! (His Face) !! w/ HERCULES' CLUB !!

Same as above

Diameter:  17 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Very Fine

              BUY NOW  $59.95 plus shipping

 

 

 

#11542: GREEK COIN - 320 BC, Alexander the Great !! (His Face) !! w/ HERCULES' CLUB !!

Same as above

Diameter:  17 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Very Fine

              SOLD $69.95 plus shipping

 

#10287: GREEK COIN - 320 BC, Alexander the Great !!
Macedonian Shield/Plummed Helmet

Legend:  "BA" for Basileus Alexandros, meaning "King Alexander"

Diameter:  17 mm diameter (almost the size of a US Penny but twice as thick)
Condition:
  Very Fine plus

              SOLD  $149 plus shipping
              

 

 

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#11003: ROMAN COIN - 3rd Century AD, 

Obv:  Alexander the Great (His Face) as Herakles (Wearing Lion Skin Cap)
Rev:  Alexander on Bucephalus (Most Famous Horse of History)

Diameter:  27 mm diameter (slightly larger than a US Quarter)
Co
ndition:  about Very Fine

              SOLD     $69.95  plus shipping

 

#02126: ROMAN COIN - 3rd Century AD, 

Obv:  Alexander the Great
Rev:  Alexander on Bucephalus (Most Famous Horse of History)
 

Diameter:  27 mm diameter (slightly larger than a US Quarter)
Co
ndition:  about Very Fine

              BOLD     $69.95  plus shipping

Coins of the Family of Alexander the Great

Coins were also minted by Alexander's family, his father, Philip II, and his brother, Philip III.

 

 

 

#11288: Silver Tetradrachm-340 BC, 
Macedonian Empire - Philip II
Father of Alexander the Great !! 

Commemorates his Olympic Victory !!

Historical Context: This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN EMPIRE during the reign of Philip II, father of Alexander the Great, around 340 BC. The Macedonian empire was founded by Alexander I but carried forward by others including Philip II and Alexander the Great. Philip II developed the army and tactics that enabled Alexander the Great to accomplish his victories. When Philip II was young he won two Olympic equestrian victories. His coins often commemorate those victories.

Obv: Philip II as Zeus
Rev:
Jockey riding horse, Commemorating his OLYMPIC VICTORY !! 
Diameter:
24 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Weight: 
14.0 grams
Condition:
Very Fine, Banker cut on Rev, Nice Toning

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  #11273: Silver Fourrie-type Tetradrachm-340 BC, 
Macedonian Empire - Philip II
Father of Alexander the Great !! 


Ehpesos Mint !!

Commemorates his Olympic Victory !!

Death Coin - The test cut on this fourrie-type (copper core) coin indicates that it was disocvered in ancient times - The penalty for passing copper core coins in ancient times was death.

Historical Context: See above

Obv: Philip II as Zeus
Rev:
Jockey riding horse, Commemorating his OLYMPIC VICTORY !! 
Diameter:
24 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Weight: 
10.5 grams
Condition:
Fine plus, Flan flaw at 6:00 on Rev

              SOLD $229 plus shipping

 

 

 

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#8805: CELTIC Silver Tetradrachm-340 BC, 
Copy of Macedonian Empire - Philip II
Father of Alexander the Great !! 

Commemorates his Olympic Victory !!

Historical Context: See above

Obv: Philip II as Zeus
Rev:
Jockey riding horse, Commemorating his OLYMPIC VICTORY !! 
Diameter:
24 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Weight: 
11.8 grams
Condition:
about Fine

              BUY NOW  $239 plus shipping

 

 

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#9309: Silver Tetradrachm-340 BC, 
Macedonian Empire - Philip II
Father of Alexander the Great !! 

Commemorates his Olympic Victory !!

Historical Context: See above

Obv: Philip II as Zeus
Rev:
Jockey riding horse, Commemorating his OLYMPIC VICTORY !! 
Diameter:
24 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Weight: 
14.0 grams
Condition:
about Fine

              BUY NOW  $229 plus shipping

 

 

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#6419: CELTIC Didrachm – 350 BC, Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !!

Historical Context:  See above "Historical Context."

Obv:  Zeus, Celtic Stylized 
Rev:  Him on Horseback 
Diameter:
  24 mm diameter and weighs about 16 grams (almost the size of a US Quarter)
Condition:
  about Fine

         BUY NOW $99.95 plus shipping

 

9589.JPG (28408 bytes) #9589: Silver 1/5th Tetradrachm-340 BC, 
Macedonian Empire - Philip II
Father of Alexander the Great !! 

Commemorates his Olympic Victory !!

Historical Context: See above

Obv: Philip II as Zeus
Rev:
Jockey riding horse, Commemorating his OLYMPIC VICTORY !! 
Diameter:
14 mm diameter (slightly smaller than a US Dime)
Weight: 
2.5 grams
Condition:
about Fine

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                         (ex-Pegasi @ $250)

 

 

 

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#11396: SILVER Tetradrachm-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Philip III, Bother of Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Historical Context: This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN EMPIRE some the after the death of Alexander the Great, around 320-300 BC. The Macedonian empire was founded by Alexander I but carried forward by others including Philip II (Father of Alexander the Great) and ALEXANDER the GREAT. Philip II developed the army and tactics that enabled Alexander the Great to accomplish his victories. Alexander the Great is considered the greatest military general ever. After Alexander's death, his bother retained power in Macedonia and minted these coins, similar to those minted in Alexander's name. 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Size:
  about 26 mm (slightly larger than a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Condition:  Very Fine 

               SOLD  $349 plus shipping

 

 

 

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#10800: SILVER Tetradrachm-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Philip III, Bother of Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Historical Context: See above "Historical Context" 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Size:
  about 27 mm (slightly larger than a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Weight:  16.9 grams
Condition:  about Very Fine, Test Cut on Obverse 

              BUY NOW   $279 plus shipping

 

 

 

 

 

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#6240: SILVER Tetradrachm-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Philip III, Bother of Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Historical Context: See above "Historical Context" 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Size:
  about 26 mm (slightly larger than a US Quarter and twice as thick)
Condition:  about Very Fine 

               SOLD   $149 plus shipping

 

 

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#10677: SILVER Drachm-320 BC, Macedonian Empire - Philip III, Bother of Alexander the Great in LION SKIN !!

Historical Context: See above "Historical Context" 

Obv:  Alexander the Great as Herakles (Hercules). He is wearing a Lion Skin. The Lion Skin is from the Nemeaen Lion killed by Hercules with his bare hands.
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding an Eagle in his outstretched hand
Size:
  about 16 mm (about the size of a US Dime)
Condition:  Fine 

               SOLD  $59.95 plus shipping

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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#11067: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN EMPIRE (494 - 168 BC) during the reign of Philip II.  When Philip II was young he won two Olympic equestrian victories. His coins often commemorate those victories. This reverse of this coin shows Philip II's jockey on horseback. Some believe the reverse is intended to be Alexander the Great (as a boy) on Horseback, referring to a challenge that Philip issued to Alexander regarding riding a certain horse. 

Obv:  Apollo (Very Artistic representation)
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine plus, Great patina 

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#11486: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  Very Fine/Fine

               BUY NOW  $89.95 plus shipping
                                        

 

#11487: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine/ Very Fine

               BUY NOW  $79.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10995: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  Very Fine

               BUY NOW   $89.95 plus shipping

 

 

   
9940.JPG (53256 bytes) #9940: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  about Very Fine/Fine, Green patina

               SOLD    $59.95 plus shipping

 

 

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#9939: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  about Very Fine/Fine, Green patina

               BUY NOW    $79.95 plus shipping
                                        

 

9941.JPG (48863 bytes) #9941: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine/Fine, Green patina

               SOLD    $59.95 plus shipping

 

 

9938.JPG (61836 bytes) #9938: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine/Fine, Green patina

               BUY NOW    $59.95 plus shipping

 

 

9943.JPG (47648 bytes) #9943: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  V Good, Green/Brown patina

               SOLD    $39.95 plus shipping

 

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#9444: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine

            SOLD  $44.95 plus shipping

 

9977.JPG (50223 bytes) #9977: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine/Fine, Green patina

               BUY NOW    $59.95 plus shipping

 

 

9978.JPG (54712 bytes) #9978: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  about V. Fine/Fine, Green patina

               BUY NOW    $69.95 plus shipping

 

 

9979.JPG (47508 bytes) #9979: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  Very Fine/Fine, Green patina

               SOLD    $79.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10328: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:
  Very Fine/Fine, Brassy green patina

               SOLD    $49.95 plus shipping

 

 

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#7620: Bronze – 350 BC, 
Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 
Pretty !!

Historical Context:  Same as above 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  about Very Fine

                SOLD    $44.95 plus shipping

 

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