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Macedonia, Philippos II., 359-336 BC, gold stater, approximate 340-328 BC, belorb. Apollokopf clockwise, reverse Biga clockwise, beneath brisure T, 8.58 Gr., very fine / extremley fine. Dealer HBA Auction Minimum Bid: 1200.00 EUR

Macedonia, Philippos II., 359-336 BC, gold stater, approximate 340-328 BC, belorb. Apollokopf clockwise, reverse Biga clockwise, beneath brisure T, 8.58 Gr., very fine / extremley fine. Dealer HBA Auction Minimum Bid: 1200.00 EUR

G284 A Greek Gold 100 Litrae of Syracuse (Sicily), a Remarkably Clear Example, Free of the Usual Die Rust | by Ancient and Medieval Art & Numismatics

A Greek Gold 100 Litrae of Syracuse (Sicily), a Remarkably Clear Example, Free of the Usual Die Rust

Prof. Osmund Bopearachchi: Uncovering the True Face of Alexander The Great | In conversation with...

Prof. Osmund Bopearachchi: Uncovering the True Face of Alexander The Great

Osmund Bopearachchi: Uncovering the True Face of Alexander The Great

Tetradrachm of Philipp II, made posthumously c. 315/4 - 295/4 B. C. in Amphipolis

Tetradrachm of Philipp II, made posthumously c. in Amphipolis. From auction Gorny & Mosch 146

Tetradrachm of Philipp II depicting the King addressing the army assembly, minted in Pella c. 359-355

Tetradrachm of Philipp II depicting the King addressing the army assembly, minted in Pella c. From auction Nomos 2

Artemis Designs makes timeless jewelry by hand in Miami, FL. Ibrahim & Kimberly handcraft each piece with 925 sterling silver and meticulous

Tetradrachm of Seleucus I  Period: Seleucid Date: ca. 312–281 B.C. Geography: Iran, Pasargadae Culture: Seleucid Medium: Silver Dimensions: Diam. 2.7 cm Weight: 17 gr.

Tetradrachm of Seleucus I, B. Seleucid Iran, excavated at Pasargadae Silver Purchase, H.

MACEDONIA, Philip III. Arrhidaios, 323-317 BC, AV-Stater, Abydus, embossed under Leonnatos, Arrhidaios or Antigonos I. Monophthalmos, Aversum: helmeted Athena head to the right, reverse: Nike with wreath and Stylis left, monogram over pentagram, Cornucopia under the right blade, prize P 36 var. (helmet with the Winged Horse), small edge nick, 8. 42 g, very fine    Dealer  Auction house Ulrich Felzmann    Auction  Minimum Bid:  1500.00 EUR

MACEDONIA, Philip III. Arrhidaios, 323-317 BC, AV-Stater, Abydus, embossed under Leonnatos, Arrhidaios or Antigonos I. Monophthalmos, Aversum: helmeted Athena head to the right, reverse: Nike with wreath and Stylis left, monogram over pentagram, Cornucopia under the right blade, prize P 36 var. (helmet with the Winged Horse), small edge nick, 8. 42 g, very fine Dealer Auction house Ulrich Felzmann Auction Minimum Bid: 1500.00 EUR

G1171 An Excessively Rare and Exceptional Greek Electrum Hekte of Phokaia (Ionia), Beautifully Struck, Probably the Finest Example Known of this Issue | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

An Excessively Rare and Exceptional Greek Electrum Hekte of Phokaia (Ionia), Beautifully Struck, Probably the Finest Example Known of this Issue

Hadrian ad 117-138, gold aureus, Rome mint ad 136, from the famous 'travel series' documenting Emperor Hadrian's visit to Egypt.

Hadrian ad gold aureus, Rome mint ad from the famous 'travel series' documenting Emperor Hadrian's visit to Egypt.

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