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The minting of ancient greek coins spans the 7th century BC through to early AD. The coinage of Ancient Greece is vastly different from one region to the next with seemingly countless varieties. Many ancient greek coins are considered artistic masterpieces for their elegant and detailed designs.
Achaean League, Megara, AR Tetrobol, Zeus, 175-168 BC
450.00 AUD
The Achaean League (Κοινὸν τῶν Ἀχαιῶν) was a confederation of Greek cities. Originally based in Achaea, the league formed political unions with cities and towns in north and central Peloponnese. The silver coins are numerous in types with different kinds of symbols and abbreviations of magistrates or cities.
Aeolis, Kyme, AR Tetradrachm, 165-140 BC
2,300.00 AUD
Kyme was the the most important of twelve cities in Aeolis, the other cities being: Kyme, Larissa, Neonteichus, Temnus, Cilla, Notium, Aegioressa, Pitane, Aegaeae, Myrina , Smyrna and Gryneia. Located on the coast of modern-day Turkey it was a port city with significant trade. Kyme produced regular coinage from 350BC until it fell under the Roman Empire in 133 BC. Undoubtedly its most famous coinage are the beautiful wreathed silver tetradrachms which feature Kyme the Amazon on the obverse and a horse within a wreath on the reverse. Also on the reverse is the name of the ruling magistrate. Twelve such magistrates have been identified.
Aeolis, Kyme, AR Tetradrachm, 165-140 BC
1,500.00 AUD
Choice VF example with dark toning. Kyme was the the most important of twelve cities in Aeolis, the other cities being: Kyme, Larissa, Neonteichus, Temnus, Cilla, Notium, Aegioressa, Pitane, Aegaeae, Myrina , Smyrna and Gryneia. Located on the coast of modern-day Turkey it was a port city with significant trade. Kyme produced regular coinage from 350BC until it fell under the Roman Empire in 133 BC. Undoubtedly its most famous coinage are the beautiful wreathed silver tetradrachms which feature Kyme the Amazon on the obverse and a horse within a wreath on the reverse. Also on the reverse is the name of the ruling magistrate. Twelve such magistrates have been identified.
Aeolis, Kyme, AR Tetradrachm, 165-140 BC
1,850.00 AUD
Kyme was the the most important of twelve cities in Aeolis, the other cities being: Kyme, Larissa, Neonteichus, Temnus, Cilla, Notium, Aegioressa, Pitane, Aegaeae, Myrina , Smyrna and Gryneia. Located on the coast of modern-day Turkey it was a port city with significant trade. Kyme produced regular coinage from 350BC until it fell under the Roman Empire in 133 BC. Undoubtedly its most famous coinage are the beautiful wreathed silver tetradrachms which feature Kyme the Amazon on the obverse and a horse within a wreath on the reverse. Also on the reverse is the name of the ruling magistrate. Twelve such magistrates have been identified.
Alexander the Great, AR Drachm, 336-300BC
120.00 AUD
Alexander the Great requires no introduction. One of the most influential people of all time, his legacy has helped shape the world we live in today. The coins of Alexander the Great continued to be issued in his honour long after his short but fully-lived life. They depict Alexander as Hercules, complete with lionskin headdress on the obverse. On the reverse, the inscription reads ALEXANDROU, which means "of Alexander". There are many different varieties and common to find variants which are unpublished.
Alexander the Great, AR Drachm, Abydus, Lifetime Issue, 328-323 BC
185.00 AUD
Alexander the Great requires no introduction. One of the most influential people of all time, his legacy has helped shape the world we live in today. The coins of Alexander the Great continued to be issued in his honour long after his short but fully-lived life. They depict Alexander as Hercules, complete with lionskin headdress on the obverse. On the reverse, the inscription reads ALEXANDROU, which means "of Alexander". There are many different varieties and common to find variants which are unpublished.
Alexander the Great, AR Drachm, Kolophon, 310-301 BC
275.00 AUD
Alexander the Great requires no introduction. One of the most influential people of all time, his legacy has helped shape the world we live in today. The coins of Alexander the Great continued to be issued in his honour long after his short but fully-lived life. They depict Alexander as Hercules, complete with lionskin headdress on the obverse. On the reverse, the inscription reads ALEXANDROU, which means "of Alexander".
Alexander the Great, AR Drachm, Sardes, 323-319 BC
225.00 AUD
Alexander the Great requires no introduction. One of the most influential people of all time, his legacy has helped shape the world we live in today. The coins of Alexander the Great continued to be issued in his honour long after his short but fully-lived life. They depict Alexander as Hercules, complete with lionskin headdress on the obverse. On the reverse, the inscription reads ALEXANDROU, which means "of Alexander". There are many different varieties and common to find variants which are unpublished.
Alexander the Great, AR Tetradrachm, Amphipolis, 315-294 BC
450.00 AUD
Alexander the Great requires no introduction. One of the most influential people of all time, his legacy has helped shape the world we live in today. The coins of Alexander the Great continued to be issued in his honour long after his short but fully-lived life. They depict Alexander as Hercules, complete with nemean lionskin headdress on the obverse. On the reverse, the inscription reads ALEΞANDROU, which means "of Alexander".
Alexander the Great, AR Tetradrachm, Amphipolis, 315-294 BC
950.00 AUD
Alexander the Great requires no introduction. One of the most influential people of all time, his legacy has helped shape the world we live in today. The coins of Alexander the Great continued to be issued in his honour long after his short but fully-lived life. They depict Alexander as Hercules, complete with nemean lionskin headdress on the obverse. On the reverse, the inscription reads ALEΞANDROU, which means "of Alexander". There are many different varieties and common to find variants which are unpublished.
Alexander the Great, AR Tetradrachm, Temnos, 188-170 BC
675.00 AUD
Alexander the Great requires no introduction. One of the most influential people of all time, his legacy has helped shape the world we live in today. The coins of Alexander the Great continued to be issued in his honour long after his short but fully-lived life. They depict Alexander as Hercules, complete with lionskin headdress on the obverse. On the reverse, the inscription reads ALEXANDROU, which means "of Alexander". There are many different varieties and common to find variants which are unpublished.
Athens "Owl" Tetradrachm, 393-300 BC, Advanced Style, VF
550.00 AUD
"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite a long period of time. One of the most well known coins from ancient times from Athens, the centre of the ancient world, it is no surprise that these coins are highly sought after by collectors. During 449-413 B.C a large amount of tetradrachms were minted to meet the financing requirements of extravagant building projects including the Parthenon and also to cover the cost of the very expensive Peloponnesian War. A VF fine example of the coin in its later incarnation. Compare the eyes in particular, which are more lifelike than the older-style tetradrachms of the previous century.
Athens Old-Style "Owl" Tetradrachm, 449-413 BC, Large Flan, VF
750.00 AUD
"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite a long period of time. One of the most well known coins from ancient times from Athens, the centre of the ancient world, it is no surprise that these coins are highly sought after by collectors. During 449-413 B.C a large amount of tetradrachms were minted to meet the financing requirements of extravagant building projects including the Parthenon and also to cover the cost of the very expensive Peloponnesian War. A VF fine example of the classic Ancient Athenian coin. Large flan. Interesting countermark on obverse.
Athens Old-Style "Owl" Tetradrachm, 449-413 BC, VF
950.00 AUD
"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite a long period of time. One of the most well known coins from ancient times from Athens, the centre of the ancient world, it is no surprise that these coins are highly sought after by collectors. During 449-413 B.C a large amount of tetradrachms were minted to meet the financing requirements of extravagant building projects including the Parthenon and also to cover the cost of the very expensive Peloponnesian War. A VF fine example of the classic Ancient Athenian coin. Beautiful golden toning.
Athens Old-Style "Owl" Tetradrachm, 449-413 BC, VF
825.00 AUD
"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite a long period of time. One of the most well known coins from ancient times from Athens, the centre of the ancient world, it is no surprise that these coins are highly sought after by collectors. During 449-413 B.C a large amount of tetradrachms were minted to meet the financing requirements of extravagant building projects including the Parthenon and also to cover the cost of the very expensive Peloponnesian War. A VF fine example of the classic Ancient Athenian coin. Beautiful dark toning.
Athens Old-Style "Owl" Tetradrachm, 449-413 BC, VF
750.00 AUD
"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite a long period of time. One of the most well known coins from ancient times from Athens, the centre of the ancient world, it is no surprise that these coins are highly sought after by collectors. During 449-413 B.C a large amount of tetradrachms were minted to meet the financing requirements of extravagant building projects including the Parthenon and also to cover the cost of the very expensive Peloponnesian War. A VF fine example of the classic Ancient Athenian coin. Beautiful dark toning.
Athens Old-Style "Owl" Tetradrachm, 449-413 BC, VF
650.00 AUD
"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite a long period of time. One of the most well known coins from ancient times from Athens, the centre of the ancient world, it is no surprise that these coins are highly sought after by collectors. During 449-413 B.C a large amount of tetradrachms were minted to meet the financing requirements of extravagant building projects including the Parthenon and also to cover the cost of the very expensive Peloponnesian War. A VF fine example of the classic Ancient Athenian coin.
Athens Old-Style "Owl" Tetradrachm, 449-413 BC, VF
695.00 AUD
"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite a long period of time. One of the most well known coins from ancient times from Athens, the centre of the ancient world, it is no surprise that these coins are highly sought after by collectors. During 449-413 B.C a large amount of tetradrachms were minted to meet the financing requirements of extravagant building projects including the Parthenon and also to cover the cost of the very expensive Peloponnesian War. A VF fine example of the classic Ancient Athenian coin. Beautiful dark toning.
Athens Old-Style "Owl" Tetradrachm, 449-413 BC, VF
1,050.00 AUD
"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite a long period of time. One of the most well known coins from ancient times from Athens, the centre of the ancient world, it is no surprise that these coins are highly sought after by collectors. During 449-413 B.C a large amount of tetradrachms were minted to meet the financing requirements of extravagant building projects including the Parthenon and also to cover the cost of the very expensive Peloponnesian War. A VF fine example of the classic Ancient Athenian coin.
Athens Old-Style "Owl" Tetradrachm, 449-413 BC, VF
1,050.00 AUD
"Owls" were extremely popular as a central currency of the ancient world and thus the design remained unchanged for quite a long period of time. One of the most well known coins from ancient times from Athens, the centre of the ancient world, it is no surprise that these coins are highly sought after by collectors. During 449-413 B.C a large amount of tetradrachms were minted to meet the financing requirements of extravagant building projects including the Parthenon and also to cover the cost of the very expensive Peloponnesian War. A VF fine example of the classic Ancient Athenian coin. Wide flan and interesting toning.
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