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10069.JPG (55638 bytes) #10069: SILVER Diobol - 3rd Cent BC, 
Mysia, Pergamon

Obv:  Herakles (crowded right)
Rev:
  Athena brandishing Spear
Diameter:
  11 mm across (about 2/3rds the diameter of a US Dime)
Weight: 
1.3 grams
Condition:
  about Very Fine

               SOLD    $39.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10279: SILVER Third Stater - 510 to 490 BC, 
Bruttium, Kroton

Obv:  Tripod
Rev:
  Tripod (Incuse)
Diameter:
  15 mm across (almost the diameter of a US Dime)
Weight: 
2.2 grams
Condition:
  about Very Fine

               SOLD    $229 plus shipping
                 (exPegasi @ $300)

 

 

#11030: SILVER Tetrobol - 451 - 413 BC, 
Period of Perdikkas II !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Perdikkas II (451-413 BC).  The Macedonian empire was founded by Alexander I, but, he was succeeded by Perdikkas II.  Perdikkas was instrumental in formimg the Chalkidian League in 432 BC, a response the theAthenians founding Amphilopos four years earlier. 

 

Obv:  Warrior on Horse with two Spears 
Rev:
  Forepart of Lion
Diameter:
  15 mm across (almost the diameter of a US Dime)
Weight: 
2.3 grams
Condition:
  about Very Fine, Nice toning

               SOLD    $229 plus shipping
               

 

#11665: SILVER Tetrobol:  470 - 390 BC, 

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire in the city state of Akanthos. Akanthod was founded by 7th century BC (the archaeology suggests 655 BC) by colonists from Andros, according to Thucydides.  Plutarch, on the other hand, referred to it as a mixed colony of Andrians and local Chalcidians, which was founded on the "Coast of Drakontos", in place of a preexisting civilization. He writes that settlers from Andros and Chalcis arrived on the shore at the same time. The natives of Acanthus, seeing the crowd of settlers, became frightened and left the city. The settlers sent an explorer each to see what had happened and, as they approached the city and realized it was empty, ran to be the first to take over the land for their fellow countrymen. The Chalcidian was the fastest but the Andrian, seeing he was losing, stopped and threw his spear on the wall's gate, before his opponent arrived. A court case followed, which was won by the Andrians, because as they protested, they had just about taken over the city first. 

 

Obv:  Forepart of Kneeling Bull
Rev:
  Quadiparte punch
Diameter:
  15 mm across (almost the diameter of a US Dime)
Weight: 
2.4 grams
Condition:
  Very Fine, Nice toning

               BUY NOW    $249 plus shipping
               (ex-Numis Europa @ $395)

 

 

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#9731: Greek Bronze (AE18) - 250 BC, Athena with PAN Erecting Trophy !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Antigonus Gonatus, 277 to 239 BC.  The Macedonian empire was founded by Alexander I but carried forward by others including Demetrios Poliorketes, the "Besieger" along with his father Antigonos Monopthalmos. Demetrios won an important victory over Ptolemy I in 306 BC. Antigonus Gonatus was the son of Demetrios. He regained the throne following an interregnum of 11 years.

Obv:  Athena 
Rev:
  Pan erecting Trophy
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny but twice as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

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#10611: Greek Bronze (AE18) - 250 BC, Athena with PAN Erecting Trophy !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Antigonus Gonatus, 277 to 239 BC.  The Macedonian empire was founded by Alexander I but carried forward by others including Demetrios Poliorketes, the "Besieger" along with his father Antigonos Monopthalmos. Demetrios won an important victory over Ptolemy I in 306 BC. Antigonus Gonatus was the son of Demetrios. He regained the throne following an interregnum of 11 years.

Obv:  Athena 
Rev:
  Pan erecting Trophy
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny but twice as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

               SOLD    $24.95  plus shipping

 

#10341: Greek Bronze (AE16) - 250 BC, Athena with PAN Erecting Trophy !!

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Athena 
Rev:
  Pan erecting Trophy
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny but twice as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

               BUY NOW    $22.95  plus shipping

 

 

#8957: Greek Silver Hemidrachm - 4th Cent BC,
Thracian Cherronesos  

Historical Context: These coins were minted in Thracian Cherronesos (AKA Chersonese) about 400-350 BC. Thrace was just north and east of Macedonia on the Aegean Sea. Greek Colonists settled this area during the 8th and 7th centuries BC. The interior areas were primarily populated by the indigenous tribes. They became partially Hellenized by contact with the Greeks. Their contact with the Greeks was mainly in the form of trade. They had significant silver mines available and struck coins for mainly for trade purposes. Their coinage often depicted scenes "close to nature," which explains the Lion motif of the obverse and many of the reverse symbols. 

Obv:  Forepart of Lion 
Rev:
  Vase and Monogram
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter (about the 2/3rds the diameter of a US Dime but thicker)
Condition:
  Fine

               SOLD    $59.95  plus shipping

 

 

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#10165: Greek Bronze - 319 to 297 BC, 
Herakles / Lion
Reign of Kassander !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Kassander, 319 to 297 BC.  

Obv:  Herakles clad in Lionskin 
Rev:
  Lion
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine +

               BUY NOW    $59.95  plus shipping

 

#10618: Greek Bronze - 319 to 297 BC, 
Herakles / Lion
Reign of Kassander !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Kassander, 319 to 297 BC.  

Obv:  Herakles clad in Lionskin 
Rev:
  Lion
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine +

               BUY NOW    $99.95  plus shipping

 

#10609: Greek Bronze - 319 to 297 BC, 
Herakles / Horseman
Reign of Kassander !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Kassander, 319 to 297 BC.  

Obv:  Herakles clad in Lionskin 
Rev:
  Lion
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine +

               BUY NOW    $59.95  plus shipping

 

#7988: Greek Bronze - 319 to 297 BC, 
Herakles / Horseman
Reign of Kassander !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Kassander, 319 to 297 BC.  

Obv:  Herakles clad in Lionskin 
Rev:
  Lion
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine +

               BUY NOW    $44.95  plus shipping

 

#10610: Greek Bronze - 319 to 297 BC, 
Herakles / Horseman
Reign of Kassander !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Kassander, 319 to 297 BC.  

Obv:  Herakles clad in Lionskin 
Rev:
  Lion
Diameter:
  20 mm diameter (about the size of a US Nickel)
Condition:
  Fine +

               BUY NOW    $44.95  plus shipping

 

#2462: Greek Bronze - 4th - 3rd Century BC, 
Athena / Pilei

Historical Context:  This coin was likely minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the 4th to 3rd Century BC. 

Obv:  Athenas  
Rev:
  Pilei (Liberty Caps)
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, buit, twice as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

               BUY NOW    $44.95  plus shipping

 

 

#11462: Pantikapaion AE25 - 
4th and 3rd Century BC, 
Greek God PAN

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in Pantikapaion during the 4th Century BC.  Pantikapaion, originally known as Apollonia, was a coastal area on the eastern coast of Thrace .

Pan, a personification of lust and outdoors, god of flocks and shepards.  Assoicated with reed flute and dancing fauns.  He has often appealed to by armies for aid in routing their enemies.

Obv:  Head of Pan, Pan, a personification of lust and outdoors, god of flocks and shepards.  Assoicated with reed flute and dancing fauns.  He has often appealed to by armies for aid in routing their enemies. 
Rev:
  Forepart of Griffen, and Greek legend "Pi" A N, read "Pan"
Diameter:
  22 mm diameter (almost the size of a US Quarter but slightly thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine, nice patina, Much nicer in hand

               BUY NOW   $199  plus shipping
                                      

 

#10751: Pantikapaion AE18 - 
4th and 3rd Century BC, 
Greek God PAN

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in Pantikapaion during the 4th Century BC.  Pantikapaion, originally known as Apollonia, was a coastal area on the eastern coast of Thrace .

Pan, a personification of lust and outdoors, god of flocks and shepards.  Assoicated with reed flute and dancing fauns.  He has often appealed to by armies for aid in routing their enemies.

Obv:  Head of Pan, Pan, a personification of lust and outdoors, god of flocks and shepards.  Assoicated with reed flute and dancing fauns.  He has often appealed to by armies for aid in routing their enemies. 
Rev:
  Bow Case and Greek legend "Pi" A N, read "Pan"
Diameter:
  13 mm diameter (about the 3/4 the diameter of a US Dime but thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine, nice patina

               SOLD   $99.95  plus shipping
                ex-Harlen Berk @ $125

 

 

#11297: Greek SILVER Stater - 400 to 385 BC, 
Grappling Wrestlers / Slinger
Commemorates Ancient OLYMPIC GAMES

Earlier Issue of this Coin - Older than others below

Budget Piece

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in ASPENDUS around 400 to 385 BC. The City of Aspendus is on the southern coast of Asia Minor (Pomphylia). These coins were struck to commemorate the ancient athletic games (Pan-Hellenistic Games). These Games were held in four cities, Olympia, Nemea, Corinth, and Delphi. The Olympic Games were part of this circuit when held in Olympia!! These coins are typically referred to as THE WRESTLERS OF ASPENDUS and are amongst the most collectable of all ancient coins!!! The obverse (front) of this coin is TWO WRESTLERS grappling in a GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING MATCH!!! The reverse scene is a SLINGER. The slinger honors the city’s soldiers.  

Obv:  Wrestlers 
Rev:
  Slinger
Diameter:
  24 mm diameter (almost the size of a US Quarter but slightly thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine plus, original hoard toning

                BUY NOW    $279  plus shipping

 

 

#10832: Greek SILVER Stater - 370 to 330 BC, 
Grappling Wrestlers / Slinger
Commemorates Ancient OLYMPIC GAMES

Historical Context:  See above 

Obv:  Wrestlers 
Rev:
  Slinger
Diameter:
  25 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter but slightly thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine/Very Fine plus, high relief, Lightly toned (Not as brown as photo indicates - nice silver metal) 

         SOLD    $449  plus shipping

 

 

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#11454: Greek SILVER Stater - 370 to 330 BC, 
Grappling Wrestlers / Slinger
Commemorates Ancient OLYMPIC GAMES

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Wrestlers 
Rev:
  Slinger
Diameter:
  25 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter but slightly thicker)
Condition:
  Fine plus/Fine, nicely toned

                BUY NOW     $349  plus shipping

 

 

#10833: Greek SILVER Stater - 370 to 330 BC, 
Grappling Wrestlers / Slinger
Commemorates Ancient OLYMPIC GAMES

Historical Context:  See above 

Obv:  Wrestlers 
Rev:
  Slinger
Diameter:
  25 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter but slightly thicker)
Condition:
  Fine plus/Fine, nicely toned, Needs additional cleaning

                BUY NOW     $299  plus shipping

 

 

#10834: Greek SILVER Stater - 370 to 330 BC, 
Grappling Wrestlers / Slinger
Commemorates Ancient OLYMPIC GAMES

Historical Context:  See above 

Obv:  Wrestlers 
Rev:
  Slinger
Diameter:
  25 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter but slightly thicker)
Condition:
  Fine, Original hoard toning

                SOLD    $249  plus shipping

 

 

 

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#11114: Greek SILVER Stater - 3334-333 BC, 
Tarsos, Cilicia
Athena Face-On

RARE Issue !!


Historical Context:
  This coin was minted in Tarsos, Cilicia in the 4th century BC.  Tarsos was the first city in Cilicia and the capital of the native rulers until 400 BC. It is located in Asia Minor on the river Kydnos. In the 4th Cemtury BC , Tarsos was the chief mint for Persian sattraps until the capture by Alexander the Great.

Obv:  Athena Face-On
Rev:
  Baal Seated 
Diameter:
  23 mm diameter (slightly smaller than a US Quarter but slightly thicker)
Weight:  10.2 grams

Condition:
  almost Very Fine/Fine, nicely toned

               BUY NOW     $349  plus shipping

 

#11666: Greek BRONZE - 
3rd Century BC

OLYMPIA - Site of Ancient Olympic Games

Historical Context:  These coins were minted in Olympia, a sanctuary of ancient Greece in Elis, is known for having been the site of the Olympic Games in classical times. The games were held every Olympiad (i.e. every four years), the Olympic Games dating back possibly further than 776 BC.  The classical period, between the 5th and 4th centuries BC, was the golden age of the site at Olympia. A wide range of new religious and secular buildings and structures were constructed.  The Temple of Zeus was built in the middle of the 5th century BC, its size, scale and ornamentation was beyond anything previously constructed on the site. Further sporting facilities, including the final iteration of the stadium, and the hippodrome (for chariot-racing) were constructed. The Prytaneion was built at the north west side of the site in 470 BC.

Obv:  Zeus 
Rev:
  Legend in Wreath 
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine

               BUY NOW   $149  plus shipping
                (ex-Pegasi @ $250)

                                      

#10288: Greek BRONZE - 
2nd Century BC, 

Thyatira (Lydia) - RARE

Area of One of the Seven Churches of the Book of Revelation

Historical Context:  These coins were minted in Thyateira (also Thyatira) is the name of the modern Turkish city of Akhisar ("white castle"). The name comes from Koine Greek "Θυάτειρα" (Thuateira).  It lies in the far west of Turkey, south of Istanbul and almost due east of Athens. It is about 50 miles (80 km) from the Mediterranean.  In early Christian times Thyateira was home to a significant Christian Church, mentioned as one of the seven Churches of the Book of Revelation in the Book of Revelation.  The Apostle Paul and Silas might have visited Thyateira during Paul's second or third journey, although the evidence is entirely circumstantial.

Obv:  Apollo 
Rev:
  Double-headed Ax
Diameter:
  15 mm diameter (slightly smaller than a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine

               SOLD   $69.95  plus shipping

 

#2089: Greek BRONZE - 
4th Century BC, 

CARTHAGE

Obv:  Tanit 
Rev:
  Horse Prancing
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter (slightly smaller than a US Dime)
Condition:
  about Very Fine

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#11179: Greek Silver Drachm - 
3rd-2nd Century BC, 

Illyria, Apollonia

ILLYRIA:  Illyria was part of Central Greece,  Apollonia was one of fourteen sections of Illyria.  Apollonia was on the western shores facing Italy.   It was a colny of Corcyra, on the Adriatic coast.  This area had some of the best silver mines in Greece.  The Long horn cow and calf are a common motif for this mint city.  This motif was continued well over a 100 years.

Obv:  Cow Suckling Calf 
Rev:
  Stellak pattern
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (about size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  about Very Fine, corrosion spots

               BUY NOW   $39.95  plus shipping

 

#10697: Arabian SILVER Scyphate
circa 50-150 AD 

Arabia Felix. Himyarites, Raidan. 'amdan Bayyin.

 

Obv:  Zeus/Jupiter and Thunderbolt 
Rev:
  Male Head and Legend
Diameter:
  15 mm diameter (slightly smaller than a US Dime)
Weight:  1.1 grm

Condition:
  Very Fine plus

               BUY NOW   $109  plus shipping

 

 

#10887: Marathos, Phoenicia
circa 2nd Century BC 

Ancient Phoenicia

 

Obv:  Zeus
Rev:
  Double Cornucopia
Diameter:
  22 mm diameter (about diameter of a US Nickel)
Condition:  Fine plus, Much nicer in hand than photo shows

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#10886: Marathos, Phoenicia
circa 2nd Century BC 

Ancient Phoenicia

 

Obv:  Zeus
Rev:
  Double Cornucopia
Diameter:
  20 mm diameter (Slightly smaller than diameter of a US Nickel)
Condition:  Fine plus, Much nicer in hand than photo shows

               SOLD  $69.95  plus shipping

 

#0174: Arados, Phoenicia
circa 2nd Century BC 

Ancient Phoenicia

 

Obv:  Tyche in Turret Crown
Rev:
  Nike holding Wreath
Diameter:
  28 mm diameter (about 20% larger than a US Quarter)
Condition:  about Very Fine

               BUY NOW   $219  plus shipping

 

#11112: Arados, Phoenicia
circa 2nd Century BC 

Ancient Phoenicia

 

Obv:  Tyche in Turret Crown
Rev:
  Nike holding Wreath
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter (about 20% larger than a US Quarter)
Condition:  Fine plus, Nicer in hand than photo shows

               BUY NOW   $219  plus shipping

 

#11296: Arados, Phoenicia
circa 2nd Century BC 

Ancient Phoenicia

 

Obv:  Tyche in Turret Crown
Rev:
  Nike holding Wreath
Diameter:
  29 mm diameter (about 20% larger than a US Quarter)
Condition:  Fine plus, Nicer in hand than photo shows

               BUY NOW   $179  plus shipping

 

 

#10888: Arados, Phoenicia
circa 2nd Century BC 

Ancient Phoenicia

 

Obv:  Zeus
Rev:
  Prow of Trireme (Pointed front of warship)
Diameter:
  15 mm diameter (about 20% smaller than diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:  Fine plus, Much nicer in hand than photo shows

               BUY NOW   $69.95  plus shipping

 

#10719: Sidon, Phoenicia
circa 2nd Century BC 

Ancient Phoenicia

 

Obv:  Tyche, Greek Goddess of Good Luck
Rev:
  Europa on Bull
Diameter:
  19 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Dime, but, 2 times as thick)
Condition:  Fine plus

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#8353: Greek BRONZE Coin - 
3rd Century BC, 
Odessos

Historical Context:  These coins were minted in Odessos, a colony of Melitos (Eastern coast of the Black Sea in Thrace).     

Obv:  Apollo 
Rev:
  Great God Odessos Reclining
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about 4/5ths the size of a US Dime but slightly thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine

               SOLD   $39.95  plus shipping

 

#11500: Greek SILVER Tetradrachm - 
2nd Century BC
Bactria

Historical Context:  These coins were minted in Bactria, which may have formed part of the Median Empire, was subjugated by Cyrus the Great.  However, after Darius III of Persia had been defeated by Alexander the Great (about 340 BC) and killed in the ensuing chaos, Alexander marched onto Bactria and Bactria became a province of the Macedonian empire.  After Alexander's death they came under the rule of Seleukus, an ex-General of Alexander and a Hellenistic Greek King.   

Obv:  Horseman 
Rev:
  Diety right
Diameter:
  25 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter, but, slightly thicker)
Condition:
  Very Fine, toned

               SOLD   $69.95  plus shipping
                                        

 

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#10249: SILVER Cistophoric Tetradrachm,
2nd to 1st Century BC, 
Ephesos Mint !!

Historical Context: This coin was minted in Ephesos about the 2nd to 1st  Century BC.  Ephesos was situated at the mouth of the Kayster river. Ephesos was founded by IONIAN colonists under Androklos. It rose to a place of great importance in Classical times and Hellenistic times, due in part to its beautififul sanctuary of the Ephesian Artemis. After the end of the Pergamene Kingdom in 133 BC, then fell under Roman rule.

Obv:  Cista Mystica
Rev:
  Serpents around Bow Case
Diameter:
  27 mm diameter (slightly larger than a US Quarter)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Great metal surfaces

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#11789: SILVER Cistophoric Tetradrachm,
2nd to 1st Century BC, 
Pergamon Mint !!

Historical Context: This coin was minted in Pergamon about the 2nd to 1st  Century BC.  PERGAMON was located on the western portion of the interior of MYSIA (about 30 miles from the western shores).  This city was of no great importance before the tme of Alexander the Great.  In the 3rd century BC, it became the center of an independent kingdom ruled by the Attalid dynasty founded by Philetairos.  By the late Hellenistic times, it bacame one of the great cultural centers for the Greek World.   After the end of the Pergamene Kingdom in 133 BC, then fell under Roman rule.

Obv:  Cista Mystica
Rev:
  Serpents around Bow Case
Diameter:
  27 mm diameter (slightly larger than a US Quarter)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Great metal surfaces, Nice toning

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#8568: SILVER Hemidrachm,
Time of Marc Antony, 44 to 30 BC, 
Caria, Tabae Mint !!

Historical Context: This coin was minted in Caria during the time of Marc Antony.  Caria was the southwest of modern Turkey , incorporated in c.545 BCE the ancient Achaemenid empire as the satrapy KarkÔ. Its capital was Halicarnassus (modern Bodrum), which had been originally been founded by the Greeks. In Antiquity, the Carians were famous mercenaries.

Obv:  Athena
Rev:
  Nike (same as Roman Victory)
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (almost the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  about Very Fine / about Fine, Flan crack

        SOLD  $79.95 plus shipping
                                  (Listed in Sear's at $200 in Very Fine)


#11458: Greek Silver Drachm - 294 - 288 BC, 
Nike on Prow / Poisedon throwing Trident !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Demetrios Polioketes, 294 - 288 BC.  Demetrios Poliorketes was the son of Antigonus who on the distribution of Alexander's empire received Asia Minor (Turkey). During his early years Demetrios served as commander of his father's fleet. Demetrios participated in campaigns in Greece, Palestine, Cyprus, Babylonia, Rhodes and the Hellespont and became known as (Besieger of Cities). In 306 BC, Demetrios won a naval battle against Ptolemy I at Salamis. The growing power of Antigonus began to worry the other heirs of Alexander and they made an alliance against Antigonus. At the great battle of Ipsus in 301 BC, Antigonus was defeated and died on the battle field. Demetrios escaped and met his fleet at Ephesus.

With his new wealth, Demetrios returned to Greece to take back the rebellious cities. While he was fighting these battles, Cassander died in 297 BC, leaving Macedonia to his eldest son who also died within the year. Cassander's two younger sons bickered for control and in 294 BC Demetrios took the opportunity to declare himself king of Macedonia. With his new power base, Demetrios started a military buildup to take control of all of Alexander the Great's former territories. However, the population was weary of supporting all of the wars and rebelled. Macedonia and Thessaly joined Pyrrhus and most of the Greek cities just returned to independence. Although he ruled Macedonia only until 288 BC, Demetrios established a long lasting dynasty of kings.

Obv:  Nike on Prow
Rev:
  Poisedon throwing Trident
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (the size of a US penny but twice as thick)
Weight:  3.6 grams

Condition:
  Fine

                 BUY NOW     $ 239  plus shipping

 

 

#11802: Greek Silver Tetradrachm - 294 - 288 BC, 
Demetrios Poliorketes / Poisedon with Trident !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Demetrios Polioketes, 294 - 288 BC.  Demetrios Poliorketes was the son of Antigonus who on the distribution of Alexander's empire received Asia Minor (Turkey). During his early years Demetrios served as commander of his father's fleet. Demetrios participated in campaigns in Greece, Palestine, Cyprus, Babylonia, Rhodes and the Hellespont and became known as (Besieger of Cities). In 306 BC, Demetrios won a naval battle against Ptolemy I at Salamis. The growing power of Antigonus began to worry the other heirs of Alexander and they made an alliance against Antigonus. At the great battle of Ipsus in 301 BC, Antigonus was defeated and died on the battle field. Demetrios escaped and met his fleet at Ephesus.

With his new wealth, Demetrios returned to Greece to take back the rebellious cities. While he was fighting these battles, Cassander died in 297 BC, leaving Macedonia to his eldest son who also died within the year. Cassander's two younger sons bickered for control and in 294 BC Demetrios took the opportunity to declare himself king of Macedonia. With his new power base, Demetrios started a military buildup to take control of all of Alexander the Great's former territories. However, the population was weary of supporting all of the wars and rebelled. Macedonia and Thessaly joined Pyrrhus and most of the Greek cities just returned to independence. Although he ruled Macedonia only until 288 BC, Demetrios established a long lasting dynasty of kings.

Obv:  Demetrios
Rev:
  Poisedon holding Trident
Diameter:
  27 mm diameter (sunstantially larger than US Quarter and twice as thick)
Weight:  16.6 grams

Condition:
  about Very Fine, Some Pitts (Harsh Photo, Much nicer in hand)

                 BUY NOW     $ 339  plus shipping

 

 

#10729: Greek Bronze (AE17) - 294 - 288 BC, 
Macedonian Shield and Helmet !!

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Macedonian Shield
Rev:
  Plummed Macedonian Helmet
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter ( the size of a US penny but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine/Very Fine

                 SOLD    $44.95  plus shipping

 

9447.JPG (36302 bytes) #9447: Greek Bronze (AE17) - 294 - 288 BC, 
Macedonian Shield and Helmet !!

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Macedonian Shield
Rev:
  Plummed Macedonian Helmet
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter ( the size of a US penny but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine/Very Fine

                 SOLD     $34.95  plus shipping

 

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#9337: Greek Bronze (AE21) - 4th Century BC, 
Griffen - Mythical Creature !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in Alaesa , Sicily during the 4th Century BC.  Sicily is located off the southern tip of mainland Italy in the Mediterranean Sea and was a Greek coloney during this period.   Due to its geographical location, it was an important commerical maritime and military port.  Many (Most) Ancient Coin collectors consider coins of Sicily during this period as the most beautiful of all ancient coins.

Obv:  Griffen
Rev:
  Prancing Horse
Diameter:
  21 mm diameter ( the size of a US Nickel but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine

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#10302: Greek Bronze (AE21) - 2nd Century BC, 
Macedonia!!

Obv:  Dionysus
Rev:
  Amphora
Diameter:
  21 mm diameter (the size of a US Nickel but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine

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#10727: Greek Bronze (AE18) - 238 to 183 BC, 
Bithynian Kingdon Under Prusias I!!

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Amphora
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (the size of a US Penny)
Condition:  about Fine (Nicer in hand than photos indicates)

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#11852 Greek SILVER COIN - Litra
5th Century BC
SYRACUSE (150 years before the Time of Alexander)!!

Obv:  Arethusa
Rev:
  Octopus
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter (about 3/4 diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  about Fine

                 SOLD     $139 plus shipping

 

 

#10306: Greek Bronze (AE24) - 3rd Century BC, 
SYRACUSE (Time of Pyrrhus)!!

Nicer than photo indicates

Obv:  Herakles
Rev:
  Athena brandishing Spear
Diameter:
  24 mm diameter ( almost the size of a US Quarter but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine

                 SOLD     $89.95  plus shipping

 

 

#10746: Greek Bronze (AE24) - 3rd Century BC, 
SYRACUSE!!

Nicer than photo indicates

Obv:  Zeus Hellanios
Rev:
  Eagle
Diameter:
  24 mm diameter ( almost the size of a US Quarter)
Condition:
  about Fine

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#10714: Greek Bronze (AE24) - 3rd Century BC, 
SYRACUSE!!

Nicer than photo indicates

Obv:  Zeus Hellanios
Rev:
  Eagle
Diameter:
  24 mm diameter ( almost the size of a US Quarter)
Condition:
  about Fine

                SOLD     $49.95  plus shipping

 

#11243 Greek Bronze (AE24) - 3rd Century BC, 
SYRACUSE!!

Very Cheap for Type - Budget Purchase

Nicer than photo indicates

Obv:  Athena in Helmet 
Rev:
  Two Dolphin around Star
Diameter:
  28 mm diameter (substantially larger than US Quarter and 3-4 times as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine/VGood

                SOLD     $89.95  plus shipping
               (exPegasi @ $150)

 

   
#10326: Greek Bronze (AE25) - 3rd Century BC, 
Macedonia!!

Obv:  Zeus
Rev:
  Club of Herakles
Diameter:
  25 mm diameter (the size of a US Quarter)
Condition:
  about Very Fine

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#10327: Greek Bronze (AE20) - 2nd Century BC, 
Pergamon!!

Obv:  Athena
Rev:
  Nike
Diameter:
  20 mm diameter (the size of a US Nickel, but, thicker)
Condition:
  Fine plus

                 SOLD     $34.95  plus shipping

 

 

#10329:  Greek Bronze, Seleukid Dynasty 
3rd to 2nd Cent BC 

Eros (Same as Cupid)/Headdress of Isis

Nicer than Photo Shows

Diameter: 
18 mm (about size of a US Penny)

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#10358:  Greek Bronze, Seleukid Dynasty 
3rd to 2nd Cent BC 

Eros (Same as Cupid)/Headdress of Isis

Nicer than Photo Shows

Diameter: 
18 mm (about size of a US Penny)

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#10290: BRONZE Coin - LARISSA - 4th Century BC, 
Nymph Larissa, 3/4s Facing

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in LARISSA, THESSALY during the 4th Century BC. Thessaly was located in Central Greece on the western shore of the Aegaen Sea. It was a vast plain, surrounded by mountains with a river, River Peneios, running through it. Thessaly was famed in its day for its fine horses and horseman. Thus, the coinage of Thessaly was often included an equestrian motif. 

Obv:  Nymph Larissa, 3/4s Facing
Rev:
  Horseman Holding Spear
Diameter:
  21mm across (about the diameter of a US Nickel)
Condition:
  about Very Fine

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#10291: BRONZE Coin - LARISSA - 4th Century BC, 
Nymph Larissa, 3/4s Facing

Historical Context:  See above "Historical Context"

 Obv:  Nymph Larissa, 3/4s Facing
Rev:
  Horse Prancing
Diameter:
  22mm across (almost the diameter of a US Quarter, but, thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine

               SOLD  $179 plus shipping

 

#10292: BRONZE Coin - LARISSA - 4th Century BC, 
Nymph Larissa, 3/4s Facing

Historical Context:  See above "Historical Context"

 Obv:  Nymph Larissa, 3/4s Facing
Rev:
  Horse Prancing
Diameter:
  22mm across (almost the diameter of a US Quarter, but, thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine with corrosion spots

               SOLD $119 plus shipping

 

#10708: BRONZE Coin - LARISSA - 4th Century BC, 
Nymph Larissa, 3/4s Facing

Historical Context:  See above "Historical Context"

 Obv:  Nymph Larissa, 3/4s Facing
Rev:
  Horseman Holding Spear
Diameter:
  21mm across (almost the diameter of a US Quarter, but, thicker)
Condition:
  about Very Fine with corrosion spots

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#10298: BRONZE Coin - LARISSA - 4th Century BC, 
Nymph Larissa

Historical Context:  See above "Historical Context"

 

Obv:  Nymph Larissa
Rev:
  Horse Grazing
Diameter:
  11 mm across (about 1/2 the diameter of a US Penny)
Condition:
  Very Fine

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#10297: BRONZE Coin - LARISSA KREMASTE - 4th Century BC, 
Nymph Larissa

RARER Mint than Larissa

Historical Context:  See above "Historical Context"

 Obv:  Nymph Larissa
Rev:
  Harpa in Olive Wreath
Diameter:
  14 mm across (about 2/3rds the diameter of a US Penny)
Condition:
  Very Fine

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#10293: BRONZE Coin - Pelinna - 3rd Century BC

Historical Context:   Pelinna was an ancient Greek city with a celebrated temple of Zeus Pelinnaeus, in Estiaeotis, ancient Thessaly. Pelinna was situated between Tricca and Pharcadon, near modern Palaiogardiki (Trikala prefecture). The city gained particular prominence in the fourth century BC through its alliance with Philip II of Macedon.  Among other archaeological evidence of the religious significance of Pelinna are two Orphic gold tablets (lamellae) found in 1985 on the site of Petroporos, dating to the late 4th century BC.

 Obv:  Veiled Female
Rev:
  Horseman
Diameter:
  18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Penny, but, twice as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

               SOLD   $ 39.95 plus shipping

 

#10295: BRONZE Coin - The Magnetes - 2nd Century BC

Historical Context:  The Magnetes were an ancient Greek tribe living in Thessalian Magnesia who took part in the Trojan War. They later also contributed to the Greek colonisation. According to Hesiod's "Eoiae" (Greek: Ηοίαι) or "Catalogue of Women" on the origin of the Greeks, Pandora (named after her grandmother Pandora, sister of Hellen and daughter of Deukalion and Pyrrha) together with Zeus had three sons: Graecus, Magnes and Makednos who together with Hellen's three sons Dorus, Xuthus (with his sons Ion and Achaeus) and Aeolos, comprised the set of progenitors of the ancient tribes that formed the Greek/Hellenic nation.

Obv:  Zeus
Rev:
  Centaur with Palm Branch
Diameter:
  18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Penny, but, twice as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

               SOLD $ 19.95 plus shipping

 

#10296: BRONZE Coin - Pelinna - 3rd Century BC

Historical Context:   Pelinna was an ancient Greek city with a celebrated temple of Zeus Pelinnaeus, in Estiaeotis, ancient Thessaly. Pelinna was situated between Tricca and Pharcadon, near modern Palaiogardiki (Trikala prefecture). The city gained particular prominence in the fourth century BC through its alliance with Philip II of Macedon.  Among other archaeological evidence of the religious significance of Pelinna are two Orphic gold tablets (lamellae) found in 1985 on the site of Petroporos, dating to the late 4th century BC.

 Obv:  Horseman
Rev:
  Manthos standing, opening a box
Diameter:
  18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Penny, but, twice as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

               SOLD $ 29.95 plus shipping

 

#10294: BRONZE Coin - Phalanna - 4th Century BC

Historical Context:  Phalanna was a city just a few miles from Larissa and was located in Central Greece on the western shore of the Aegaen Sea. It was a vast plain, surrounded by mountains with a river, River Peneios, running through it.

 Obv:  Young Male
Rev:
  Nymph Phalanna
Diameter:
  18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Penny, but, twice as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

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#10335: Greek Bronze (AE21) - 3rd Century BC, 
Macedonia!!

Obv:  River God
Rev:
  Trident
Diameter:
  21 mm diameter (the size of a US Nickel)
Condition:
  Fine/Very Fine (MUCH NICER than photo shows)

                SOLD     $34.95  plus shipping

 

#10709: Greek Bronze (AE19) - 1st Century BC, 
Antioch!!

Obv:  Zeus
Rev:
  Boule of Antioch Voting by Dropping Pebble in Urn
Diameter:
  19 mm diameter (the size of a US Nickel)
Condition:
  Very Fine

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#10710: Greek Bronze (AE11) - 4th Century BC, 
Grynion, Aiolis!!

Asia Minor, on mainland across from Lesbos

Obv:  Apollo, 3/4s facing
Rev:
  Mussle Shell
Diameter:
  11 mm diameter (about 2/3rds the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine

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#11119: Tetradrachm of Kos, Caria  
Caria, 357-330 BC
BUDGET EXAMPLE - SUPER CHEAP for Type !!!

Historical Context:  As part of the Achaemenid Empire, Caria in the fourth century BC was under the rule of a family of semi-independent satraps known collectively as the Hekatomnids, named after the dynasty's founder, Hekatomnos. Born in Mylasa, Artaxerxes II appointed Hekatomnos satrap of Caria after the fall of Tissaphernes, with orders that he provide forces which would assist the Great King in his recovery of the island of Cyprus. Though there exists some doubt about Hekatomnos' loyalty to the Achaemenids, such doubts did not prevent him being given control of Miletos, one of the most important Ionian cities, certainly his in 386 BC under the terms of the King's Peace. When he died in 377 BC, Hekatomnos' son Maussollos succeeded him, soon in turn to be followed by his other sons, Hidreus and Pixodaros.

Obv:  Mature Herakles
Rev: 
Crab
Weight:  14.1 grams
Diameter: 
27 mm (slightly larger than a US Quarter but 2 times as thick)
Condition: 
Fine plus/V Good, corrosion on both sides and chipped 

               SOLD     $ 129  plus shipping
                  ex-Pegasi @ $350

 

 

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#9177: GREEK SILVER Hemidrachm - 400 BC, LION ROARING !!

Caduceus (Medical Symbol)

Historical Context:  These coins were minted in Thracian Cherronesos 400-350 BC. Thrace was just north and east of Macedonia on the Aegean Sea. Greek Colonists settled this area during the 8th and 7th centuries BC. The interior areas were primarily populated by the indigenous tribes. They became partially Hellenized by contact with the Greeks. Their contact with the Greeks was mainly in the form of trade. They had significant silver mines available and struck coins for mainly for trade purposes. Their coinage often depicted scenes "close to nature," which explains the Lion motif. 

Obv:  Lion, Looking back
Rev:
  Incuse punch with Caduceus
Diameter:
  13 mm across (about 4/5ths the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine

              SOLD    $49.95 plus shipping

 

 

9176.JPG (107185 bytes) #9176: GREEK SILVER Hemidrachm - 400 BC, LION ROARING !!

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Lion, Looking back
Rev:
  Incuse punch with "A"
Diameter:
  13 mm across (about 4/5ths the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine

                SOLD     $49.95 plus shipping

 

#11357: GREEK SILVER Stater - 480 BC, SEA TURTLE !!  First European Trade Coin !!

HISTORICAL CONTEXT:  This coin was minted in AIGINA between 490 - 450 BC. Aigina was an important trading port in the 6th and 5th Centuries BC. Although still important on the 5th and 4th centuries, it was eclipsed by Athens after the Persian wars. The city was captured by the Athenians in 456 BC and a quarter of the residence were expelled. In 404 BC, after the fall of Athens, the exiles were restored to their homes. These turtle coins are amongst the oldest coins ever produced and is the first European coin produced for TRADE PURPOSES.

Obv:  Sea Turtle (Full turtle - Hard to find with whole turtle)
Rev:
  Incuse punch
Diameter:
  19 mm across (the diameter of a US Penny, but, 3-4 times as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

               SOLD     $499 plus shipping

 

 

#10344: Greek Bronze - 2nd - 1st Cent BC 
Boeotia, Thespiae

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire during the reign of Kassander, 319 to 297 BC.  

Obv:  Female Head 
Rev:
  Lyre
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter (about the 3/4ths the size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine +

               SOLD    $49.95  plus shipping

 

#10605: AE20 - 2nd Cent BC, 
Macedonian Empire under ROMAN CONTROL!! 

Historical Context:  Following the great victory of the Roman General Flamininus over Philip V of Macedon, in 197 BC.  The freedom of the Greeks was proclaimed at Corinth and a number of new autonomous coinages were initiated.  Coins in the name of the Thassalian League were probably minted at Larissa.   The Thessalian league was a loose confederacy of feudal like states run by a few great Thessalian families.  The seat of the Thessalian diet was Larissa.

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Athena Itonia, Brandishing Spear
Diameter:
  20 mm diameter (about the little smaller than a US Nickel, but thicker)
Condition:
  Fine plus

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#10606: AE18- 2nd Cent BC, 
Macedonian Empire under ROMAN CONTROL!! 

Historical Context:  Following the great victory of the Roman General Flamininus over Philip V of Macedon, in 197 BC.  The freedom of the Greeks was proclaimed at Corinth and a number of new autonomous coinages were initiated.  Coins in the name of the Thassalian League were probably minted at Larissa.   The Thessalian league was a loose confederacy of feudal like states run by a few great Thessalian families.  The seat of the Thessalian diet was Larissa.

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Athena Itonia, Brandishing Spear
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (about the little smaller than a US Penny, but thicker)
Condition:
  Fine plus

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#10607: AE21 - 2nd Cent BC, 
Macedonian Empire under ROMAN CONTROL!! 

Historical Context:  Following the great victory of the Roman General Flamininus over Philip V of Macedon, in 197 BC.  The freedom of the Greeks was proclaimed at Corinth and a number of new autonomous coinages were initiated.  Coins in the name of the Thassalian League were probably minted at Larissa.   The Thessalian league was a loose confederacy of feudal like states run by a few great Thessalian families.  The seat of the Thessalian diet was Larissa.

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Athena Itonia, Brandishing Spear
Diameter:
  21 mm diameter (little larger than a US Nickel, but thicker)
Condition:
  Fine plus

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#10608: AE19 - 2nd Cent BC, 
Macedonian Empire under ROMAN CONTROL!! 

Historical Context:  Following the great victory of the Roman General Flamininus over Philip V of Macedon, in 197 BC.  The freedom of the Greeks was proclaimed at Corinth and a number of new autonomous coinages were initiated.  Coins in the name of the Thassalian League were probably minted at Larissa.   The Thessalian league was a loose confederacy of feudal like states run by a few great Thessalian families.  The seat of the Thessalian diet was Larissa.

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Athena Itonia, Brandishing Spear
Diameter:
  19 mm diameter (about the little smaller than a US Penny, but thicker)
Condition:
  Fine

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#7991: AE21 - 2nd Cent BC, 
Macedonian Empire under ROMAN CONTROL!! 

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire in THESSALONIKA (Northern Greece) under ROMAN RULE between 158-149 BC. This city was called THERMA in an earlier period but received its more famous name in 315 BC in honor of Kassander’s (Greek ruler) wife Thessalonika the daughter of PHILIP II and sister to ALEXANDER the GREAT. This was during the period known as the ROMAN REPUBLIC. After the fall of the monarchy, it became the capital of the second republic established by the Romans. This is a period in which the Romans were just gaining their power. 

Obv:  Dionysos
Rev:
  Pegasus
Diameter:
  21 mm diameter (Slightly larger than a US Nickel, but, thicker)
Condition:
  about Fine/Very Fine

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#11591: Silver Tetrobol - 5th Cent BC, 
Early Macedonian Empire (before Alexander the Great)!! 

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN Empire in the 5ht century BC. 

Obv:  Horseman
Rev:
  Forepart of Lion, Caduceus above
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the little smaller than a US Dine)
Condition:
  Fine plus

         SOLD $199 plus shipping

 

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#11115: Silver Drachm - 400 BC, 
Pharsalos (Site at which Ceasar defeated Pompey)

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in PHARASALOS, THESSALY around  400 BC. Thessaly was located in Central Greece on the western shore of the Aegaen Sea . It was a vast plain, surrounded by mountains with a river, River Peneios, running through it. Thessaly was famed in its day for its fine horses and horseman. Thus, the coinage of Thessaly was often included an equestrian motif. The area known as Pharasalos was one of the more important towns of Thessaly . Pharasalos was built on the northern slopes of Mt. Narthakios . It was the scene of Caesar's famous victory over Pompey in 48 BC.  

Obv:  Athena in Helmet, Griffen on Helmet
Rev:
  Horseman riding
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Penny and twice as thick)
Weight:  6.0
grams
Condition:
  Very Fine/Fine, Looks porous in picture, nicer in hand

         SOLD  $399 plus shipping

 

#11592: Silver Hemidrachm - 400 BC, 
Trikka

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in TRIKKA, THESSALY around  400 BC. The city of Trikala is built on the ancient city Trikka or Trikke, which was founded around the 3rd millennium BC and took its name by the nymph Trikke, daughter of Penaeus, or according to others, daughter of Asopus river. The ancient city was built at a defensive location in between the local hill and the river Lithaios. The city became and important center in Antiquity and it was considered to be the birthplace and main residence of the Healing God Asclepius.  

Obv:  Youth wrestling Bull
Rev:
  Forepart of Horse
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Penny and twice as thick)
Weight: 
2.5 grams
Condition:
  Fine/Fine

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#10900: Silver Drachm - 400 BC, 
Pharsalos (Site at which Ceasar defeated Pompey)

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in PHARASALOS, THESSALY around  400 BC. Thessaly was located in Central Greece on the western shore of the Aegaen Sea . It was a vast plain, surrounded by mountains with a river, River Peneios, running through it. Thessaly was famed in its day for its fine horses and horseman. Thus, the coinage of Thessaly was often included an equestrian motif. The area known as Pharasalos was one of the more important towns of Thessaly . Pharasalos was built on the northern slopes of Mt. Narthakios . It was the scene of Caesar's famous victory over Pompey in 48 BC.  

Obv:  Athena in Helmet
Rev:
  Horseman riding
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Penny and twice as thick)
Weight: 
5.5 grams
Condition:
  Fine

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#11181: Silver Hemidrachm - 400 BC, 
Pharsalos (Site at which Ceasar defeated Pompey)

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Athena in Helmet
Rev:
  Horse's Head 
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter (about the 2/3rds diameter of a US Penny)
Weight:  2
.5 grams
Condition:
  V Good

         BUY NOW  $39.95 plus shipping

 

#8693: Silver Hemidrachm - 400 BC, 
Pharsalos (Site at which Ceasar defeated Pompey)

Historical Context:  See above  

Obv:  Athena in Helmet
Rev:
  Horse's Head 
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter (about the 2/3rds diameter of a US Penny)
Weight:  2
.5 grams
Condition:
  V Good

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#9723: Silver Nomos - 475 to 425 BC, 
Bruttium, Kaulonia - RARE Issue

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in 

Obv:  Apollo advancing right, Stag at his Feet
Rev:
  Stag
Diameter:
  22 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Nickel and twice as thick)
Weight: 
7.6 grams
Condition:
  Fine

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#11455: Silver Nomos - 475 to 425 BC, 
Bruttium, Kaulonia - RARE Issue

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in 

Obv:  Apollo advancing right, Stag at his Feet
Rev:
  Stag
Diameter:
  22 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Nickel and twice as thick)
Weight: 
7.0 grams
Condition:
  Fine

         BUY NOW  $239 plus shipping

 

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#9937: Silver Didrachm - 400 to 350 BC, 
Velia (Southern Italian Pennisula)

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in Velia.  Velia is  unlike many Greek cities in italy .  Velia was never captured by the Lucanians and in 275 BC became a Roman ally.  Velia was located on Western coast of Lucania .  This area during the 5th and 4th Centuries BC produced some of the finest ancient coins ever produced.

Obv:  Athena in Helmet, Griffen on Helmet
Rev:
  Lion prowling, Trident above
Diameter:
  22 mm diameter (almost the diameter of a US Quarter)
Weight:
  6.8 grams
Condition:
  Fine/Good, Original Hoard Toning

        SOLD  $129 plus shipping

 

#10777: Silver Drachm - 2nd Century BC, 
Rhodos (Asia Minor Pennisula)

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in Rhodos.  RHODOS was a large and important island off the SW coast of Asia minor.  It quickly achieved great prosperity and eventually became one of the principal trading centers in  the area.

HELIOS:  The sun-god who crosses the sky from east to west each day.  He sees and hears everything.  He was identified with Apollo.

Obv:  Helios with Radiate Crown
Rev:
  Rose Bud Opening, Magistrate's name above
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (almost the diameter of a US Dime, but, thicker)
Weight:
  2.7 grams
Condition:
  Very Fine, Light Toning

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#11795: Silver Hemidrachm - Early 2nd Century BC, 
Rhodos (Asia Minor Pennisula)

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Helios with Radiate Crown
Rev:
  Rose Bud Opening, Magistrate's name above
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter (about 3/4 the diameter of a US Dime)
Weight:
  2.9 grams
Condition:
  Very Fine

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#10942: Silver Hemidrachm - late 4th to early 3rd Century BC, 
Rhodos (Asia Minor Pennisula)

NGC Certified - VF Grade, Strike 3/5, Surface 4/5

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Helios with Radiate Crown
Rev:
  Rose Bud Opening, Magistrate's name above
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter (about 3/4 the diameter of a US Dime)
Weight:
  1.61 grams
Condition:
  See NGC Grade

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#4938: Silver Drachm - late 4th to early 3rd Century BC, 
Rhodos (Asia Minor Pennisula)

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Helios with Radiate Crown
Rev:
  Rose Bud Opening, Magistrate's name above
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter (about 3/4 the diameter of a US Dime)
Weight:
  2.8 grams
Condition:
  Very Fine plus

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#11796: Silver Drachm - late 3rd Century BC, 
Rhodos (Asia Minor Pennisula)

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Helios with Radiate Crown
Rev:
  Rose Bud Opening, Magistrate's name above
Diameter:
  11 mm diameter (about 3/4 the diameter of a US Dime)
Weight:
  1.3 grams
Condition:
  Very Fine plus

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#10705: AE23 Bronze Coin - 125 to 75 BC, 
Paphlagonia, Sinope

Historical Context:  Lion and bull coin types such as this were the world's first silver coins. Kroisos was the Lydian king of legendary wealth about whom the expression "rich as Croesus" was coined.  In the past all Kroisos-type lion and bull coins, or croeseids, were thought to be minted by Kroisos.  However, some or many of these coins may have also been minted by the Persian conquerors of Lydia after Kroisos' defeat about 546 BC.  Some sources indicate that Kroisos died at the time of the Persian defeat of Lydia, but others indicate that the Persian king Cyrus spared Kroisos' life.

Obv:  Medusa Head on Aegis
Rev:
  Nike (Angel) right 
Diameter:
  23 mm diameter
Weight: 
7.4 grams
Condition:
  Fine plus

         SOLD  $79.95 plus shipping

 

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#11089: AR Siglos - 560 to 525 BC, 
Lydia on Asia Minor (One of the Earliest Coins ever Minted)

Historical Context:  Lion and bull coin types such as this were the world's first silver coins. Kroisos was the Lydian king of legendary wealth about whom the expression "rich as Croesus" was coined.  In the past all Kroisos-type lion and bull coins, or croeseids, were thought to be minted by Kroisos.  However, some or many of these coins may have also been minted by the Persian conquerors of Lydia after Kroisos' defeat about 546 BC.  Some sources indicate that Kroisos died at the time of the Persian defeat of Lydia, but others indicate that the Persian king Cyrus spared Kroisos' life.

Obv:  Lion confronting Bull
Rev:
  Incuse Punch
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter
Weight: 
5.4 grams
Condition:
  Fine

         SOLD $795 plus shipping


 

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#8682: GREEK SILVER Drachm - 4th Cent BC, Histiaia -

Historical Context:  These coins were minted in Histiaia around 340-270 BC. Histiaia is located on the Northern Shore of Euboia (Large island off mainland Greece in the Aegean Sea). Based on its huge production of silver coinage in the 4th Cent BC, it was apparently of significant commercial importance. The Nymph Histiaia was a patron “goddess” of the city. Her hair is wreathed with a vine. This issue commemorated the expulsion of the pro-Macedonian tyrant Philistides in 340 BC. 

Obv:  Maenad
Rev:
  Cow right
Diameter:
  15 mm diameter (about 2/3rds the size of a US Penny)
Condition:
  Fine, lightly toned

               SOLD    $59.95 plus shipping


 

#10722: AE14 - 2nd Century BC

Ancient Phonenicia

Historical Context:  Marathos or Marathus, was an ancient city located near Tartous in Syria. It was founded during the Amorites period, 3rd millennium BC.  The city was known as Amrit or Amurre in ancient Canaanite. In the time of Alexander the Great, Amrit was known by the Greek name of Marathos (or the Latin equivalent Marathus). It was one of the biggest cities in the East.

 

Obv:  Female, Veiled
Rev:
  Prow of Ship
Diameter:
  14 mm diameter
Condition:
  Fine

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#11144  Bronze Coin, 3rd Century BC
Carthage - Nemesis of the Roman Republic

Historical Context: This coin was minted in Carthage. Carthage was a great maritime trading city in Zeugitana on the Northern Coast of Africa. It was founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th Cent BC. Through its favorable geographical position and excellent harbor it achieved great wealth and political influence. It was a dominate force the Mediterranean area until the rise of the Roman Empire.

Obv: TANIT, Moon and Fertility goddess of Carthage
Rev:
Horse right
Diameter:
20 mm diameter (about the the size of a US Nickel)
Condition:
Fine

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#11145  Bronze Coin, 3rd Century BC
Carthage - Nemesis of the Roman Republic

Historical Context: See above

Obv: TANIT, Moon and Fertility goddess of Carthage
Rev:
Horse head right, palm to right
Diameter:
19 mm diameter (about the the size of a US Penny)
Condition:
Fine

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#11229:  SILVER Tetrobol, 5th to 4th Century BC
Macedonia, Chalcidian League

Historical Context: See above

Obv: Laurated Head of Apollo
Rev:
Lyre
Diameter:
14 mm diameter (about 3/4ths the size of a US Dime, but, thick)
Weight:  2.1 grams
Condition:
Very Fine, Nicely Toned

        SOLD   $139 plus shipping
          (exPegasi @ $175)

 

 

#0946:  SILVER Heimdrachm, 1st Century BC
Macedonia, Lycian League

Historical Context: See above

Obv: Laurated Head of Apollo
Rev:
Lyre
Diameter:
14 mm diameter (about 3/4ths the size of a US Dime, but, thick)
Weight:  2.1 grams
Condition:
Very Fine, Nicely Toned

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#11491:  SILVER Heimdrachm, 1st Century BC
Macedonia, Lycian League

Historical Context: See above

Obv: Laurated Head of Apollo
Rev:
Lyre
Diameter:
14 mm diameter (about 3/4ths the size of a US Dime, but, thick)
Weight:  2.1 grams
Condition:
Very Fine, Nicely Toned

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#11116: SILVER Didrachm - 4th Cent BC, 
Ionia, Samos !!

RARE and Collectable type

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in IONIA in the 4th Century BC.  Ionia is located on the southern coast in western ASIA MINOR.

Obv:  Lion Scalp Facing
Rev:
  Bull Running right
Diameter:
  21 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Nickel)
Condition:
  Very Fine, corrosion spots on rev

               SOLD  $229 plus shipping

 

#10651: SILVER 1/12 Stater - 6th Cent BC, 
Miletos
Lion Face !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in MILETOS about 515 to 480 BC.  Miletos was located on the southern coast of IONIA in western ASIA MINOR. It was minted during the 4th Century BC. It was one of the earliest mints, though its prosperity was greatly curtailed following the defeat of the Ionian revolt against Persia about the early 5th Century BC. It was the "Mother City" of many famous colonies, including Abydos, Kyzikos, Sinope, and Pantikapaion.

Obv:  Lion, Facing Right, off center
Rev:
  Incuse Star
Diameter:
  9 mm diameter (about 3/5th the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine

               SOLD  $59.95 plus shipping

 

 

 

 #10923: SILVER 1/12 Stater - 6th Cent BC, 
Miletos
Lion Face !!

From Old Collection, likely Circa 1800s - See Old Tag

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in MILETOS about 515 to 480 BC.  Miletos was located on the southern coast of IONIA in western ASIA MINOR. It was minted during the 4th Century BC. It was one of the earliest mints, though its prosperity was greatly curtailed following the defeat of the Ionian revolt against Persia about the early 5th Century BC. It was the "Mother City" of many famous colonies, including Abydos, Kyzikos, Sinope, and Pantikapaion.

Obv:  Lion, Facing Right, off center
Rev:
  Incuse Star
Diameter:
  9 mm diameter (about 3/5th the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Very Fine

               SOLD $89.95 plus shipping

 

 

#11118: SILVER Hemidrachm - 3rd Cent BC, 
Miletos

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in MILETOS about 515 to 480 BC.  Miletos was located on the southern coast of IONIA in western ASIA MINOR. It was minted during the 4th Century BC. It was one of the earliest mints, though its prosperity was greatly curtailed following the defeat of the Ionian revolt against Persia about the early 5th Century BC. It was the "Mother City" of many famous colonies, including Abydos, Kyzikos, Sinope, and Pantikapaion.

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:
  Lion Standing right
Diameter:

Condition:
  Very Fine, not as porous as photo suggests

               SOLD  $169 plus shipping
                ex-Pegasi @ $325

 



#10924: Bronze Coin (AE16)  - Roman Times (mid 1st Century) 
Antioch as Orontum

From Old Collection, likely Circa 1800s - See Old Tag

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in Antioch ad Orontum about 50 to 70 AD, time of Claudius and Nero.  Antoch ad Orontum was located in Asia Minor (Modern Turkey).

Obv:  Artemis, Greek Goddess of the Hunt
Rev:
  Lyre
Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Dime, but, twice as thick)
Condition:
  V Good, Nice Surfaces

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#9445: Bronze Coin - 3rd-2nd Cent BC, 
MACEDON - THESSALONICA -

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in Thracian Cherronesos (AKA Chersonese) about 420-350 BC. Thrace was just north and east of Macedonia on the Aegean Sea. Greek Colonists settled this area during the 8th and 7th centuries BC. The interior areas were primarily populated by the indigenous tribes. They became partially Hellenized by contact with the Greeks. Their contact with the Greeks was mainly in the form of trade. Their coinage often depicted scenes "close to nature," which explains the Lion motif of the obverse and many of the reverse symbols. 

Obv:  Head of Janus
Rev:
  Dioscuri Riding in Opposite Directions
Diameter:
  18 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  about Fine/Fair

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#10156: SILVER Didrachm - 4th-3rd Cent BC, 
HELIOS Facing / ROSEBUD !!

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Helios 3/4s facing!!!
Rev:
  Rosebud Opening
Weight:
  6.62 grams
Diameter:
  20 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Nickel but twice as thick)
Condition:
  Very Fine

               SOLD  $379 plus shipping
                (ex-Pegasi @ $550)

 

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#9851: SILVER Didrachm - 4th-3rd Cent BC, 
HELIOS Facing / ROSEBUD !!

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Helios 3/4s facing!!!
Rev:
  Rosebud Opening
Weight:
  6.2 grams
Diameter:
  20 mm diameter (about the diameter of a US Nickel but twice as thick)
Condition:
  Fine

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                (ex-Pegasi @ $295)

 

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#9385: SILVER Drachm - 3rd Cent BC, HELIOS Facing / 
ROSEBUD !!

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Helios 3/4s facing, Eagle in front
Rev:
  Rosebud Opening
Diameter:
  15 mm diameter (about 4/5th the size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine

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#3984: Macedonian Empire - 2nd Cent BC, River GOD Strymon !! w/ TRIDENT!!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the MACEDONIAN EMPIRE about 185 to 168 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. This coin is from the period where the Roman Empire was emerging as a regional power. 

Obv:  STRYMON (Macedonian RIVER GOD)
Rev:
  TRIDENT and the legend Macedonia in Greek
Diameter:
  21 mm diameter (about the size of a US Nickel but twice as thick)
Condition:
  almost Fine

               SOLD  $29.95 plus shipping

 

 

#11630: Bronze Coin - AE20, Bruttrium
3rd Cent BC

Obv:  Zeus
Rev:
 Eagle on Thunderbolt
Size:
  about 20 mm (about the diameter of a US Nickel)
Condition:  about Very Fine, flat spots 

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#8879: AR Obol
Massalia (Gaul)
4th to 3rd Century BC, Pretty Coin !!  

Obv:  River God
Rev:
  Wheel with Legend
Diameter:
  12 mm diameter (about 2/3rds the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  almost Very Fine

               SOLD  $49.95 plus shipping
                                       (exPegasi @ $89)

 

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#9317: Greek Bronze  - 
4th Cent BC,  PANTIKAPAION

PAN -  The God of Lust and the Outdoors 


Historical Context:
This coin was minted in Pantikapaion during the 4th Century BC.  Pantikapaion, originally known as Apollonia, was a coastal area on the eastern coast of Thrace .

Pan, a personification of lust and outdoors, god of flocks and shepards.  Assoicated with reed flute and dancing fauns.  He has often appealed to by armies for aid in routing their enemies.



Obv:
  Pan–God of Lust 
Rev:  Bull Head, Nike Flying Right  
Diameter: 
about 18 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime but 2 times as thick).
Condition: 
Very Fine

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#11280: Greek Bronze  - 3rd to 2nd Cent BC
Gorgon Face !!  
Turns People to STONE !! 

Attribution:  PONTUS , Amisos

Historical Context: This coin was minted in Amisos, Pontos (Southern coast of the Black Sea) around 220 to 160 BC. Amisos, founded in the 6th century BC, was a flourishing Greek city commending an important trade route to the south. It was resettled by Athenians and eventually renamed Peiraeeus.


Obv:
  Gorgon (Medusa) Head -. The Gorgon was a mythical creature capable of turning people to stone. 
Rev:  Nike Flying Right  
Diameter: 
about 20 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter).
Condition: 
almost Very Fine

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#10721: Greek Bronze  - 3rd to 2nd Cent BC
Gorgon Face !!  
Turns People to STONE !! 

Attribution:  PONTUS , Amisos

Historical Context: See above


Obv:
  Gorgon (Medusa) Head -. The Gorgon was a mythical creature capable of turning people to stone. 
Rev:  Nike Flying Right  
Diameter: 
about 20 mm diameter (about the size of a US Quarter).
Condition: 
almost Very Fine

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#11636: Greek Bronze  - 3rd to 2nd Cent BC

Attribution:  PONTUS , Amisos

Historical Context: See above


Obv:
  Young Ares in Helmet
Rev:  Sword in Sheath  
Diameter: 
about 20 mm diameter (about the size of a US Nickel).
Condition: 
almost Very Fine, Flan defect

               SOLD  $44.95 plus shipping

 

 

Other Cultures

Persian Empire

The Persian Empire was a series of historical empires that ruled over the Iranian plateau (Irān - "Land of the Aryans") and beyond. Generally, the earliest entity considered a part of the Persian Empire is Persia's Achaemenid dynasty (648–330 BC), a united Aryan kingdom that originated in the region now known as Pars province of Iran and was formed under Cyrus the Great. Successive states in Iran prior to 1935 are collectively called the Persian Empire by Western historians.

 

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#8766: GOLD Daric - 510 to 486 BC, 
Persians under Darius I (Nemesis of Ancient Greeks)

Historical Context:   These coins were minted in Asia Minor by the Persian Empire about the late 6th Century BC to early the 5th Century BC. At the time, Persia was the vast empire to the east of the Greek World. Western Asia Minor was the birthplace of coinage (about 620 BC).  The Persians invaded about 546 BC initially copying the existing Lydian coinage.  This coin is the first of the Persian-style coinage issued by the Persians in Asia Minor.  The Persian occupation of Asia Minor was the historical event that eventually led to Alexander the Great's invasion of Persia in response.

Obv:  Darius I 
Rev:
  Incuse Punch
Weight:
  8.3 grams 
Diameter:
  17 mm diameter (almost the diameter of a US Dime but 3 times as thick)
Condition:
  Very Fine, Better quality than most (Good facial details)

             SOLD    $1790 plus shipping

 

 
9588.JPG (28408 bytes) #9588:  SILVER Siglos, PERSIA - 490 BC,  PERSIAN NEMESIS of the Ancient GREEKS

Historical Context:  See above 

Obv:  Darius the Great kneeling holding Spear
Rev:
  Incuse punch
Weight: 
5.5 grams
Diameter:
  15 mm across (almost the diameter of a US Dime and 3 times as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine

          SOLD   $79.95 plus shipping
                            (ex-Pegasi @ $125)

 

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#9437:  SILVER Siglos, PERSIA - 490 BC,  PERSIAN NEMESIS of the Ancient GREEKS

Historical Context:  These coins were minted in Asia Minor by the Persian Empire about the late 6th Century BC to early the 5th Century BC. At the time, Persia was the vast empire to the east of the Greek World. Western Asia Minor was the birthplace of coinage (about 620 BC).  The Persians invaded about 546 BC initially copying the existing Lydian coinage.  This coin is the first of the Persian-style coinage issued by the Persians in Asia Minor.  The Persian occupation of Asia Minor was the historical event that eventually led to Alexander the Great's invasion of Persia in response.  

Obv:  Darius the Great kneeling holding Spear
Rev:
  Incuse punch
Diameter:
  15 mm across (almost the diameter of a US Dime and 3 times as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine

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#9436:  SILVER Siglos, PERSIA - 490 BC,  PERSIAN NEMESIS of the Ancient GREEKS

Historical Context:  See above

Obv:  Darius the Great kneeling holding Spear
Rev:
  Incuse punch
Diameter:
  15 mm across (almost the diameter of a US Dime and 3 times as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine

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#11009:  SILVER Tetradrachm, 
PARTHIA - 40 to 47 AD,  
NEMESIS of the ROMANS

Historical Context:  The Parthian Empire is a fascinating period of Persian history closely connected to Greece and Rome. Ruling from 247 B.C. to A.D. 228 in ancient Persia (Iran), the Parthians defeated Alexander the Great's successors, the Seleucids, conquered most of the Middle East and southwest Asia, controlled the Silk Road and built Parthia into an Eastern superpower. The Parthian empire revived the greatness of the Achaemenid empire and counterbalanced Rome's hegemony in the West. Parthia at one time occupied areas now in Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaidzhan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine and Israel.

Obv:  Vardanes I
Rev:
  Tyche (Goddess of Good Luck) presents Palm to King
Weight: 
14.3 grams
Diameter:
  28 mm across (almost the diameter of a US $.50 and thicker)
Condition:
  Fine plus

          SOLD   $179 plus shipping

 

   
#11467:  SILVER Drachm, Parthia - 10-38 AD,  
PERSIAN NEMESIS of the Ancient ROMANS

Obv:  King Artabanos II
Rev:
  Archer
Diameter:
  20 mm across (almost the diameter of a US Nickel)
Condition:
  Very Fine

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#6648:  SILVER Drachm, Parthia - 190 AD,  
PERSIAN NEMESIS of the Ancient ROMANS

Obv:  King Osroese
Rev:
  Archer
Diameter:
  18 mm across (almost the diameter of a US Penny)
Condition:
  Very Fine

        SOLD   $39.95 plus shipping

 

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