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G760 An Excessively Rare and Important Greek Silver Drachm of Kalchedon (Bithynia), a Masterpiece of Late Archaic/Early Classical Portraiture | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

An Excessively Rare and Important Greek Silver Drachm of Kalchedon (Bithynia), a Masterpiece of Late Archaic/Early Classical Portraiture

Extremely Rare & Fine Greek Coin Showing Dionysos This stater is worth about $211,000 and is the finest example of this type known. It’s from the ancient city of Thebes in Boeotia from around 405-395 BC. On the obverse is a Boeotian shield with the reverse side displaying an image of Dionysos wearing an ivy wreath with the letters Θ and Ε.

Dionysos Ancient & Medieval History — Extremely Rare & Fine Greek Coin Showing Dionysos.

G758 An Excessively Rare, Exceptional, and Important Greek Silver Stater of Gortyna (Crete), the Finest of Three Known Examples of this Variety | Flickr: Intercambio de fotos

An Excessively Rare, Exceptional, and Important Greek Silver Stater of Gortyna (Crete), the Finest of Three Known Examples of this Variety

Greek drachma,This coin used when Greece had king..

1873 A Greece Silver Drachma Super Rare Key Date Silver Old World Coin

Silver Tetradrachm Coin Phillip II Macedon, Father of Alexander the Great Portrait of Zeus. Struck 341-328 B.C.

Greek coin/Silver Tetradrachm Coin Phillip II Macedon, Father of Alexander the Great Portrait of Zeus. Struck B.

Tetradrachm: Head of Athena (obverse), 500-430 BC Greece, Athens, 5th Century BC  silver

Tetradrachm: Head of Athena (obverse), BC Greece, Athens, Century BC silver

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