Ancient Greek Coins for Sale

Philip II of Macedon, 359-336 BC. Alexander the Great's father!

Pergamon, Mysia, 282-50 BC.
Healing center of the Greek world

Coins of the Three Wise Men!
Azes II of Baktria, 35 BC - 5 AD.


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ANCIENT GREEK COIN SPECIALS:

Ancient Greece. Akarnania, Leukas, c. 345-307 BC. Silver stater. Helmeted head of Athena right; amphora with grapes and "A" behind / Pegasus flying left, pellet below. 20.5 mm, 8.14 g. ref: Pegasi II 128v. Purchased in Los Angeles in the mid 1960's. #CG2009: $599

Ancient Greece. Larissa, Thessaly. Silver drachm struck c. 340 BC. Head of nymph Larissa 3/4 facing to the left / Horse grazing right, LARIS AIWN around. 19 mm, 5.75 g. ref: Dewing 1396. Excellent detail, lovely cabinet tone. Purchased in Los Angeles in the mid 1960's. A gem! #CG2008: $475


Corinth, ancient Greece, c. 400-338 BC. Nice silver drachm. Head of Aphrodite left / Pegasus, the mythological winged horse springing left, monogram below. ref: BMC 184. 15 mm, 2.44 g. ex-Aegean Numismatics. Great grey patina. #CG2075: $225


Ancient Greek South Italy. Lucania, Velia. Silver didrachm, struck c. 400-350 BC. Helmeted head of Athena left in crested Corinthian helmet ornamented with a gryphon, PHI on ear flap, AP monogram behind / Lion prowling right, caduceus above, YELHTWN below. 21 mm, 7.46 g. ref: BMC 106; Mionnet I, 726. Excellent detail, nice dark grey patina, edge crimped in antiquity. Purchased in Los Angeles in the mid 1960's. #CG2006: $525


The Healing Center of the Ancient World.
Pergamon, Mysia, Ancient Greece, c. 190-133 BC. Large silver cistophoric tetradrachm, struck c. 166-67 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which a serpent issues, all within ivy wreath / Two coiled serpents with heads erect, between them a bow case, ornamented with an aplustre, containing a strung bow, in field to right a serpent-entwined staff of Aesklepius; PER monogram to left, AP monogram above. 27 mm, 12.47 g. ref: Mionnet S5, 850; BMC 106; cf Sear 3947-3950. Gorgeous! #CG2145: $425


Greek bronze "arrowhead money" from the Black Sea area. The earliest coinage! c. 7th-5th Century BC. Each is cast in a leaf shape with heavy central midrib. They are of a uniform weight and served as a trade unit before the widespread use of coins. Each is intact and nicely patinated. Length from 35mm to 42mm, Weights from 3.20g to 4.93g. Ex Los Angeles collection. #m14255: $75 each / $325 for the group


Thrace, Maronea, c. 400 - 350 BC. Clump of 5 Greek bronze coins in their original matrix. Each coin originally depicted a prancing horse on the obverse and a linear square containing a vine branch with a bunch of grapes on the reverse. Cf. BMC 66-67 for types. Coins average 14mm in diameter. Measures 29 mm (1 1/8") across, weighs 23.79 grams. ex-Los Angeles, CA coll. #AG2022-1: $325


Thrace, Maronea, c. 400 - 350 BC. Clump of 5 Greek bronze coins in their original matrix. Each coin originally depicted a prancing horse on the obverse and a linear square containing a vine branch with a bunch of grapes on the reverse. Cf. BMC 66-67 for types. Coins average 14mm in diameter. Measures 30 mm (1 1/4") across, weighs 24.86 grams. ex-Los Angeles, CA coll. #AG2022-2: $325


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Side, Pamphylia. Silver tetradrachm of 155-136 BC. Head of Athena rt. in crested Corinthian helmet / Nike advancing left, holding wreath & lifting drapery, pomegranate in left field, magistrate's name KLE-YX. #4011: $385 SOLD

Seleucid Kingdom, Antiochus VII Euergetes, 138-129 BC. Silver tetradrachm, Antioch mint. Diademed head of Antiochus right / Athena standing left, supporting Nike who holds a wreath on extended right hand & resting left hand on grounded shield, vertical spear propped against left arm. DI monogram above H in outer left field,
, all within wreathed border. ref: Newell 282 (sim). Huge 31.5 mm, 14.46 grams! Absolutely gorgeous coin. EF! #85712x2: $650 SOLD

Portrait of Alexander by someone who knew him!
Ancient Greece, Kings of Thrace. Lysimachos, 305-281 BC. Silver tetradrachm, Amphipolis mint. Struck 288-281 BC. Diademed head of deified Alexander the Great right, with horn of Ammon / Athena Nikephoros seated left, left arm resting on shield, spear behind; monograms to inner left and outer right. BASILEWS LYSIMAXOY. 29mm, 16.78 g. ref: Thompson 201; Muller 543 v. VF, toned, rare and nice! #cng2640015x2: $875
SOLD

Ancient Greece. Akarnania, Anaktorion. Circa 320-280 BC. Silver State. Pegasos flying left, monogram below / Helmeted head of Athena left; LO below chin, monogram and omphalos behind. Pegasi 36 var.; BCD Akarnania 105 var. 20mm, 8.54 g. Good VF, nicely toned. From the Deyo Collection. Ex Coin Galleries (18 July 1973), lot 233. #cng2660102: $599 SOLD

Ancient Celtic large silver tetradrachm, minted at the Greek island of Thasos, 2nd century BC. Bust of Dionysos right, wreathed in ivy / A rather swishy Herakles holding club, drapery over shoulder. Celticized-Greek inscription HEPAKLEOYS SOTHPOS THASION. Large 32 mm, 16.26 grams. Slightly wavy flan common to these. Excellent detail! #21031x2: $325
SOLD

Ephesos (Ephesus), Ionia. Circa 500-420 BC. Silver Diobol.
Bee, EPH to sides / Quadripartite incuse square. ref: Karwiese Series V, 2A; SNG Kayhan 124. Beautiful VF, with original find patina. 11 mm, 1.05 g. From the Daniel Koppersmith Collection. Ex Classical Numismatic Group Electronic Auction 259 (6 July 2011), lot 115. Gorgeous! #CG2062: $299
SOLD

Istros, Thrace, 4th century BC. Silver drachm. Facing male heads, one inverted / Sea-eagle on the back of a dolphin, ISTPIS. Theta behind, Sigma below. 18 mm, 5.7 g. $250 SOLD

Ancient Greece. Corinthia, Corinth. Circa 375-300 BC. Silver Stater. Pegasus flying left / Head of Athena left, wearing Corinthian helmet; A-P at neck; behind, eagle standing left. Pegasi I 426; BCD Corinth 101. VF, well centered, lightly toned. A beautiful example! 20mm, 8.51 g. #gv0797: $499 SOLD


Ancient Greece. Sikyonia, Sikyon, c. 360-330 BC. Silver hemidrachm. Chimera advancing left, forepaw raised, monogram below / Dove flying left. Nice toning. 15.5 mm, 2.69 g. #11DS977x2: $250 SOLD



Ancient Greece. Akarnania, Anaktorion. Circa 350-300 BC. Silver Stater. Pegasus flying left / Helmeted head of Athena left; KLE above, monogram below, monogram and filleted bucranium behind. ref: Pegasi 71; BCD Akarnania 86. Near VF. 22mm, 8.07 grams. Perfectly aligned for a bezel. #cng2760128: $599
SOLD

Ancient Greece. Akarnania, Leukas, c. 345-307 BC. Silver stater. Helmeted head of Athena right; amphora with grapes and "A" behind / Pegasus flying right, lambda below. 21 mm, 8.57 g. and very thick! Excellent coin. ex-Virginia collection. #2602: $599 SOLD

Seleucid Kings of Syria. Antiochus IV Epiphanes, 175-164 BC. Large and magnificent silver tetradrachm, struck 168-164 BC. Diademed head of Antiochos IV right / Zeus enthroned left, holding Nike on extended right hand & sceptre in left, palm branch in outer left field, LB monogram & AS in ex. BASILEWS ANTIOXOY QEOY EPIFANOYS NIKHFOROY. 31 mm, 16.72 g. ref: Morkholm 17. Excellent portrait, crisp detail. VF. #GC2004x2: $525
SOLD

Ephesos (Ephesus), Ionia. Silver drachm, 3rd-2nd century BC. Bee, with EPH above / Stag standing right, palm tree in background, magistrate's name down right. 18 mm, 3.00 g. ref: BMC 122-130v. Dark patina, one chipped edge. Rare! #CG2013: $225 SOLD


Kings of Syria. Demetrius I, 162 – 150 BC. AR Tetradrachm, Dated "159," 154-153 BC. Antioch mint. His diademed head rt., fillet border. / BASILEOS DEMITRIOY SOTEROS, Tyche seated lt., holding sceptre and cornucopiae, control mark in lt. field. 32x28 mm, 16.76 g. ref: Spaer 1256. VF. Fantastic piece! #GV0609x2: $375
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Ancient Greece. Illyria, Dyrrhachium. Silver drachm struck after 229 BC. Cow suckling calf, ZENWN, eagle above / Double stellate "temple door" pattern, Greek around. 17.5 mm, 3.26 g. VF+. Extremely nice! #25313x2: $125 SOLD

Moesia, istrus. 400-350 BC. Silver drachm. Two male heads facing, the rt. inverted. / Eagle flying lt., attacking a dolphin with its talons, AG below. 18 mm, 5.45g. ref: BMC 6; SNG BM 249; Pick 417. VF, nice metal. #mtp499: $250 SOLD

Greece. Lydia, Tralleis. Silver tetradrachm struck 166-67 BC. Dion, magistrate. Bow case with serpents entwined around; DION above, PAL to left, herm to right / Cista mystica with serpent, all within ivy wreath. ref: SNG von Aulock 3259; SNG Copenhagen 657v. 12.63 grams, 26 mm and thick! #18391: $399
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Ancient Greece. Pergamon, Mysia, c. 166-67 BC. Silver cistophoric tetradrachm, struck 123-104 BC. Cista mystica with serpent; all within ivy wreath / Bow case with serpents; ME above, thyrsos to right. 26 mm, 12.58 g. Kleiner, Hoard 18. VF, with stunning detail, and nice cabinet tone. #CG2061: $425 SOLD

Peloponnesus, Arcadian League, 280-234 BC. Silver triobol. Laureate head of Zeus left / Naked Pan seated l. on rock, rt. hand raised, holding lagobolon in left, before him eagle flying left, Delta to rt. NIce VF, bluish toning. ref: BM-78v, Sear-2690. 14 mm, 2.11 grams. Beautiful! #68184: $225 SOLD

Seleucid Kings of Syria. Philip I Philadelphos, 93-83 BC. A contemporary and partner king to Julius Caesar of Rome. Large silver tetradrachm. Diademed head of Philip rt. within filleted border / Zeus seated left, holding Nike with wreath and scepter. BASILEWS FILIPPOU EPIFANOU FILADELFOU; AR monogram below left. 27 mm, 15.56 grams, thick and chunky! An outstanding portrait. #20827: $250 SOLD

The Healing Center of the Ancient World.
Pergamon, Mysia, Ancient Greece, c. 166-67 BC. Silver cistophoric tetradrachm, struck 190-133 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which a serpent issues, all within ivy wreath / Two coiled serpents with heads erect, between them a bow case, ornamented with an aplustre, containing a strung bow, in field to right a serpent-entwined staff of Aesklepius; PER monogram to left, AP monogram above. 25.5 mm, 12.57 g. ref: Mionnet S5, 850; BMC 106; cf Sear 3947-3950. Stunning detail! #CG2074: $425
SOLD