Ptolemy VI Philometor. First sole reign, C, 180-170 BC. Ae45. Cyprus mint. Obv; Diademed head of Zeus-Ammon right. Rev; Eagle with closed wings standing left on thunderbolt; lotus flower in left field. Svoronos 1403. Even brown tone. Scarce. 86.62g. Fine
Ptolemy III Euergetes. C, 246-222 BC. Ae35. Alexandreia mint. Obv; Diademed head of Zeus-Ammon right. Rev; Eagle with closed wings standing left on thunderbolt; filleted cornucopia to left, XP monogram between legs. Svoronos 965. Dark tone and porous. 30.25g. G Fine
Syria, Antioch Tetradrachm (150-149BC) Obv. Diademed head of Alexander Balas right., filet border, Rev. Zeus enthroned, left holding Nike, cornucopia in left field, 16.2 grammes, Sear 7030, excellent portrait, Near EF with minor marks and porosity, Ex-Lodge Antiquities 271 (2004), Ex-CNG Auction 144 (2006) Lot 137 (realised $230)
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
Ar drachm. Thrace. Lysimachos. C, 323-281 B.C. Cardia Mint. Obv; Head of Heracles right wearing lions scalp. Rev; Zeus seated left in throne holding eagle and sceptre, star below, forepart of lion at left with crescent below. Muller-358. Good silver. 4.04g. NVF
Ar tetradrachm. Macedon. Philip II. C, 342/1-337/6 BC. Obv; Laureate head of Zeus right. Rev; Young male rider, nude and holding a palm branch, on horse pacing to right, thunderbolt below. Le Rider pl. 9, 199 (D116/R163); SNG ANS 379. Large test cut on rev. 13.34g. G Fine
Ar tetradrachm. Seleukid Empire. Philip Philadelphos. Antioch on the Orontes. C, 93-83 BC. Obv; Diademed head right. Rev; Zeus seated left, holding wreath bearing Nike and sceptre. SNG Spaer 2800. Grey tone. 15.44g. NVF/Fine
Macedonia, Alexander the GreatTetradrachm struck under Perdikkas (323-320BC) Babylon Mint Obv. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin, Rev. Zeus seated left, monogram in wreath, with KΛ below throne, weight 17.00 grammes, GVF with a slightly soft strike, Ex-CNG Auction 2006 (realised $395)
Drachm Ar. Kings of Thrace. Lysimachos. C,299-296 BC. Obv; Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin. Rev: Zeus Aëtophoros seated left; to left, forepart of lion left over M; head of griffin left below throne. Thompson 68. Toned and good surfaces. 4.21g. VF.
Ar tetradrachm. Macedon. Philip II. C, 323-315 BC. Obv; Laureate head of Zeus right. Rev; Naked horseman right holding aplutre, G below. Le Rider pl 46, 18. Some surface marks with some dark staining. 14.26g. 25mm. 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.
Ancient Greece (3) Dishekel Late 5th Century BC Phoenicia Tyre Obverse Melqarth riding Hippocamp with bow, waves and dolphin below, Reverse Owl standing right, head facing, carrying crook and flail under left wing Sear 5911 Good Fine, Dracm Alexander the Great 336-323BC Reverse Zeus enthroned holding eagle and sceptre and with right leg drawn back Fine, Argolis-Argos Triobol 465-430BC Obverse Wolf Reverse A with AP above Fine, holed
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
Ancient Greece. (3) Egypt. Ptolemy II (285 - 246BC). 44mm. Bronze and Ptolemy III (246 - 221BC) 42mm. Bronze. Both = Head of Zeus ammon right. R. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. Indo-Greek. Menander (c. 160 - 145BC) silverDrachm his heroic bust left. R. Athena standing right and Roman Antoniniani of Gordian III and Philip I. First two with corrosion and scratches otherwise F-VF
Ancient Greece (4) EgyptPtolemy III (246-221 BC) 2x bronzes of 38mm and 26mm. Diad hol of Zeus ammon right. R. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt and copies of bakrian Tetradamam of Euthydemos I and Romanmedallion of carus. Fine or better
Ancient GreeceDrachm Philip III (336-323BC) Kolophon Mint, Obverse head of Herekles right, wearing lion skin headdress. Reverse. Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre, lyre before. A below throne EF Ex-CNG Auction 19/1/2006 Lot 18
GreeceSilverDrachm of Philip III 336-323 BC, Lampsakos Mint, Head of Herekles right wearing lion skin headdress, rev Zeus seated left holding eagle and sceptre with buckle in left field crescent above A below throne EF ex CNG 19/01/2006 Lot 17
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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