As with all of Alexander's imperial tetradrachms, the obverse of the...
Alexander the Great lifetime stater, Asia Minor, c. 328-323 BC
Athena Tetradrachm originally minted 431-413 BC and depicting the wise owl.
c.405-390 BC. Syracuse. Slow quadriga driven by charioteer, horses...
AR Diobol. Head of Athena right, in Corinthian helmet decorated with...
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The obverse shows the head of Alexander the Great, wearing horn of Ammon. The reverse shows the goddess Athena enthroned seated left holding Nike and resting hand on shield.
c.405-390 BC. Syracuse. Galloping quadriga driven r. by charioteer, holding goad, crowned by Nike flying r. above.Head of Artemis-Arethusa, or Persephone l., hair bound with wreath of corn-leaves, four dolphins around.
Ainos, THRACE, AR Tetradrachm Struck circa 455-452 BC. Head of Hermes right, wearing close-fitting helmet (petasos) ornamented with a row of beads / legend AIN-I, goat standing right.
Amphipolis tetradrachm OBV Description: Facing head of Apollo REV Description: Race torch in square frame; inscription clockwise within frame; Amf-ipo-lit-eon