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!


Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy XII, 80-51 BC. Silver tetradrachm.
First Reign, struck 65-64 BC. Diademed head of Ptolemy I in fillet right /
, Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, LH (=Year 17) right, PA right. 25 mm, 13.64 g. ref: Sear 7945, SNGCop 382, Svoronos 1855. Very nice! #CE2016: $375 SOLD


Portrait of Alexander the Great! Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy II Philadelphos. 285-246 BC. Bronze obol, Alexandria mint, struck c. 271 BC. Horned head of deified Alexander right, wearing lion's skin headdress / , eagle standing left on thunderbolt, with wings spread. 23.2 mm, 10.1 g. ref: Svoronos 416/424; SNG Cop 159. gVF. Per Svoronos' description on p. 59, this is denomination E. This denomination, without a letter between the eagle's legs, is not recorded in the standard references. Rare. #CE2017: $275


Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy V-VI, c. 204-185 BC. Huge bronze hemidrachm, Alexandria mint. Head of Zeus-Ammon right, wearing ram's horn and tainia / Two eagles standing left on thunderbolt,
. 35mm. 42.08 g. ref: Faucher and Lorber, Bronze Coinage of Ptolemaic Egypt in the Second Century BC, AJN, 2010, pp 35-84; Ex Royal Athena Galleries, New York. #CE2003: $299 SOLD


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 over shoulder, ZE below, . ref: Svoronos 993; Weiser 63; SNG Copenhagen 212. 33 mm, 33.78 g. Big, heavy coin with fantastic detail. ex-CNG. #CE2023: $375


Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy V, 204-180 BC. Large bronze 36mm hemidrachm, cornucopia countermark in left field on reverse. Head of Zeus-Ammon right, wearing ram's horn and tainia / Eagle standing left with wings spread, head right, on thunderbolt. Originally minted by an earlier Ptolemy, this countermark indicates it was re-tarriffed under Ptolemy V. Very interesting! 36 mm, 44.72 g. ref: SNGCop 207. #90951: $95





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Ptolemaic Egypt. Joint rule of Ptolemy VI & VIII, struck c. 169 BC. Thick and chunky bronze 36 mm hemidrachm. Head of Zeus Ammon right with ram's horn, wearing taenia / Two eagles with closed wings standing left on thunderbolt, cornucopiae in left field, . Dark brown to olive-green patina. 36 mm, 52.87 grams and VERY thick! Must-see/feel in hand! #90957: $125 SOLD

Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy VIII Euergetes. Silver Tetradrachm. Alexandria mint, 145-116 BC. Diademed bust of Ptolemy I right, in aegis / Eagle standing left on winged thunderbolt; date LAG to left, PA to right. ref: SNG Copenhagen 330. 28 mm, 14.07 g. ex-Guildcraft 1992. #MLV005: $399 SOLD



Ptolemaic Egypt. Ptolemy III Euergetes. 246-222 BC. Bronze Diobol, Tyre mint, struck circa 242-222 BC. Head of Zeus-Ammon right, wearing ram's horn and tainia / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt; club to left, . 32 mm, 32.87 g. ref: Svoronos 707. Ex-CNG. #cng287244: $299 SOLD

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, head right, on thunderbolt; cornucopia tied with fillet over shoulder, , E below. ref: Svoronos 1125; SNG Copenhagen 199. 38 mm, 46.25 g. ex-Frank S. Robinson; ex-Glenn Woods. #CE2007: $275 SOLD


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, head right, on thunderbolt; cornucopia tied with fillet over shoulder, . ref: Svoronos 1166; SNG Copenhagen 221. Big, heavy coin with nice detail. 36.5 mm, 47.60 g. #90954: $285 SOLD