Ar tetradrachm. Cyprus, Kition. Pumiathon. C, 362/1-312 BC. In the name and types of Alexander III of Macedon. Struck circa 325-320 BC. Obv; Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin. Rev; Zeus Aëtophoros seated left; KT monogram in left field. Zapiti & Michaelidou 19; Price 3107. Test cut on obverse. 17.13g. VF
Ar drachm. Alexander III the Great. C, 336-323 BC. Miletos. Obv; Head of Herakles to right, wearing lion's skin headdress. Rev. ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ Zeus seated on backless throne to left, holding eagle in his right hand and sceptre in his left; to left, monogram of ΔΗ. Price 2090. 4.11g. GVF/VF
Mixed ancient bronze and silver coins. Coins from the Greek and Byzantine periods with one Ae hard head of James VI. Mostly silvers with coins from Cappadocia, Parthia, Alexander III and other small denominations. A good selection and of various grades. Some with original tickets. Poor to GVF. 
Ar tetradrachm. Macedon. Alexander III the Great. C, 325-323 BC. Obv; Head of herakles wearing lion skin. Rev; Zeus seated left holding eagle, monogram before. Price 3228. Good metal. 16.92g. 27mm. VF.
Ar tetradrachm. Alexander III the Great. Amphipolis mint. Struck 315-294. Rev; Head of Herakles right, wearing lion's skin headdress. Obv; Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre; L and torch to left, kantharos below. Price 468. Good metal and detail. 16.89g. 28mm. GVF.
Tetradrachm. Alexander III the Great. C. 336-323 BC. Ar tetradrachm (Obv; Herakles wearing lion skin headdress. Rev; Zeus seated left holding eagle) clasped in a gold mount. (Mount is marked K18) The teradrachm has an even dark tone but some surface marks, difficult to definitively authenticate when in jewellery bought as seen
Alexander III the Great. C. 336-323 BC. Au stater cuff links. 2 goldStaters (Obv; Helmeted head of Athena. Rev; Nike advancing left) in clasped sets in 18k cuff link mounts. Mounts are marked K18. Obverse detail worn and taking on a polished look through wear, difficult to authenticate coins which are in jewellery so bought as seen
Greeksilver (9), includes Alexander IIITetradrachm (5), obverse head of Herakles, reverse Zeus enthroned. Alexander III Drachm (2). Seleukos I Tetradrachm, obverse head of Herakles, reverse Zeus enthroned. Phillip III Tetradrachm, obverse head of Herakles, reverse Zeus enthroned. All fine to very fine, mostly ex-jewellery, have been polished, but are now toning. Interesting group
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