Ancient Egyptian Coins: Ptolemaic Greek Kings of Egypt
All my Egyptian artifacts were legally exported from Egypt prior to the 1970 UNESCO treaty, and subsequent international trade laws regarding antiquities. The items are from old American and European collections and auctions.


Coins of Cleopatra VII of Egypt. 51-29 BC
YES, THE FAMOUS ONE.

Queen Cleopatra, last of the Ptolemies, Greek rulers of Egypt. Lover to Julius Caesar and Marc Antony.
Wonderful bronze coins bearing her portrait!


Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos (Auletes). Restored, 55-51 BC. Silver Tetradrachm, Alexandria mint, dated RY 27 (55/54 BC). Diademed head of Ptolemy I right, wearing aegis around neck / Eagle with closed wings standing left on thunderbolt, palm frond behind, ; to left, L KI (date) above Isis headdress; ΠA to right. 26 mm, 10.94 g. ref: Svoronos 1836; SNG Copenhagen 394; DCA 69. VF, patches of find patina and verdigris, cleaning scratches. ex-CNG. #CE2034: $250


Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy IV, Philopater, 221-205 BC. Huge bronze hemidrachm, Alexandria mint. Head of Zeus-Ammon right, wearing ram's horn and tainia / Eagle standing left, on thunderbolt, , L below. ref: Svoronos 1127v. 34 mm, 31.42 g. VF ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany NY. Beautiful dark green patina with earthen highlights, great portrait! #CE2030: $299

Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt. Ptolemy VI Philometor, 180-164 BC. Beautiful bronze tetrobol, Alexandria mint, struck 180-176 BC. Head of Isis right, wearing grain ear wreath / ΠTOΛEMAIOY BAΣIΛEΩΣ, Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, with wings spread, monogram in left field. 28.1 mm, 15.03 g. ref: Svoronos 1384; Weiser 147; SNG Cop 286. VF with gorgeous lustrous chocolate-brown patina. #NAV115: $399



Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy IV, Philopater, 221-205 BC. Huge bronze hemidrachm, Alexandria mint. Head of Zeus-Ammon right, wearing ram's horn and tainia / Eagle standing left, on thunderbolt, , DI below. ref: Svoronos 1127. 36 mm, 35.40 g. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany NY. Beautiful dark green patina with nice highlights, an unfortunate washed-out photo. #CE2008: $275


Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy VI Euergetes, 180-145 BC.
Beautiful bronze hemidrachm, "Lotus Blossom" series coinage. Head of Zeus-Ammon right, wearing ram's horn and tainia / Eagle standing left, on thunderbolt,
, lotus blossom to left, "EYL" below. 28 mm, 19.86 g. Gorgeous glossy green patina, great detail, terrible blurry photo. ref: Svoronos-1396. ex-CNG. #CE2019: $225





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Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy IV, Philopater, 221-205 BC. Huge bronze hemidrachm, Alexandria mint. Head of Zeus-Ammon right, wearing ram's horn and tainia / Eagle standing on thunderbolt left; cornucopia tied with fillet to left, DI between legs, . 35mm, 32.77 g. ref: Svoronos 1127; SNG Copenhagen 201-2. Reddish-brown patina. Massive, heavy coin with fantastic detail! ex-CNG. #CE2025: $375 SOLD


Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy II silver tetradrachm, struck c. 285-275 BC. Diademed bust of Ptolemy I right, in aegis / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, ; EY & monogram before. 27 mm, 13.67 g. ref: Svoronos 362. ex-Jerusalem, Israel collection. #CE2026: $350 SOLD



Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy III, 246-222 BC. Huge bronze hemidrachm, Alexandria mint. Head of Zeus-Ammon right, wearing ram's horn and tainia / Eagle standing left, head right, on thunderbolt; cornucopia tied with fillet over shoulder, . ref: Svoronos 1172. Huge 40 mm, 40.25 grams! ex-R. Holden collection, Los Angeles, acquired in Los Angeles in the early 1960's. #CE2006: $299 SOLD



Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy IV-V, c. 221-180 BC. Bronze hemidrachm, Alexandria mint. Head of Zeus-Ammon right, wearing ram's horn and tainia / Two Eagles standing left upon thunderbolt, . ref: Svoronos 1423. 35 mm, 38.26 g. Great dark green patina with nice highlights, an unfortunate washed-out photo. Ex-Classical Numismatic Group (CNG). #CE2020: $199 SOLD