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AR siglos 450-330 BC F Lydia. silver sigloi with kneeling archer right, holding spear and bow. Sear-4683 $250  
AR siglos 450-330 BC gF Lydia. silver sigloi with kneeling archer right, holding spear and bow. Sear-4683. well struck $350  

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449-413 BC gVF Athens. Athena R wears helmet ornamented with olive leaves on full obv. rev. AOE. owl stg R. head facing behind. Olive twig & crescent moon. Sear 2526 $1200  
AR tetradrachm 449-413 BC EF Athens. Athena R wears helmet ornamented with olive leaves on full and large obv flan. Rev. AOE. owl standing right, head facing. Olive twig and crescent moon. Sear-2526. $1500  
AR tetradrachm 99-98 BC VF Athens. New style Tetradrachm. unlisted $400  
AR Stater 350-306 BC EF Corinth. rev. Pegasus flying left. Rauel-1030. BMC-350. nice $1200
AR Stater 350-306 BC gVF Corinth. Laureate & Helmeted head of Athena left, Nike behind. Rev: Pegasus flying left, koppa beneath. excellent style. $1300  
AR drachm 340-294 BC VF Euboea. Chalkis. S-2483. $300
AR drachm 336-323 BC VF Macedonia. Alexander III (the Great). obv. Heracles right. rev. Zeus holding eagle and scepter. Miletus mnt. Lifetime issue. struck circa 325-323. 4.15 grams $300  
AR drachm 310-301 BC VF Macedonia. Alexander III. Colophon Mint. postumous issue. obv. Heracles right wearing lion skin. rev. enthroned Zeus holding eagle and scepter. 18mm. 3.92 gms. Price-1827. $250  
AR drachm 319-305 BC VF+ Macedonia. Alexander III. Magnesia ad Maeandrum Mint. obv. Heracles right. rev. enthroned Zeus holding eagle and scepter. $350  
AR drachm 320-315 BC EF Macedonia. Alexander III (the Great). obv. Heracles right. rev. enthroned Zeus holding eagle and scepter. $450  
AR drachm 301-297 BC choice EF Macedonia. Alexander III. postumous issue. Colophon mint. 4.30 gr. struck on a large flan, this coin is choice EF, near mint state. Muller-3143. Price-1836. $800  
AR drachm 337-323 BC EF Macedonia. Alexander III. Heracles right, rev. enthroned Zeus holding eagle and scepter. lustrous. well centred. well struck. amazing obverse toning, the nicest I have seen. S-6730 variation $600  
AR tetradrachm 336-323 BC VF Macedonia. Alexander III (the Great). Amphipolis Mint. Obv: Head of Herakles right wearing lion skin. Rev: Zeus seated left holding eagle and scepter. 16.77 grams. Issued after Alexander's death. Price-474. $600  

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320-315 BC gVF Macedonia. Alexander III (the Great). Obv. Heracles right. rev. enthroned Zeus holding eagle and scepter. $650  
AR tetradrachm 158-149 BC gVF Macedonia under Roman rule. Amphipolis mint. S-1386. nice. $750
AR tetradrachm 158-149 BC gVF Macedonia under Roman rule. Amphipolis mint. S-1386. struck on a large flan. a pretty coin $750  
AR didrachm 350-340 BC gF Greek state in Neapolis. obv. head of nymph right. rev. man-headed bull crowned by Nike flying right above. Sear-299. $300  
AR Diobol   VF Rhodes. palm branch. Keckman 699 $325  
AR Plinthophoric Hemidrachm   near EF Rhodes. Antiganhs. grapes rev. Jenkins D-229. $600  
AR tetradrachm 312-280 BC VF/F Babylon. Seleukid Kingdom. Seleukos I, Nikator. The longest surviving of the successors of Alexander the Great. Alloted the satrapy of Babylon in 321 BC, he was ousted five years later by Antigonos the One-eyed and fled to his friend Ptolemy in Egypt. In 312 BC, he regained Babylon and from this event the Seleukid era is dated. In 305 BC he took the title of King. He extended his rule as far as India. With the defeat of Lysimachos in 281 BC, he became master of the whole of Alexander's empire, except for Egypt, but the following year he was assassinated by a renegade son of Ptolomy of Egypt. Obv: head of young head of Herakles facing right, clad in lion's skin. Rev: Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre. on right his name and title below. in field to left, monogram within wreath, beneath throne, another monogram. Seaby 6829. $250  
AR Drachm 400-380 BC near EF Thessaly. Larissa obv with horse rev. 18mm. 5.80 grams. $1200  
AR Drachm late 2nd century to mid 1st century BC gVF Thessalian League. Following the great victory of the Roman general Flamininus over Philip V of Macedon, in 197 B.C., the freedom of the Greeks was proclaimed at Corinth and a number of new autonomous coinages were initiated. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet. rev: horse trotting right. includes the names of several magistrates: Alketas, Sosipatrols and XE[ ... ], magistrates. BCD Thesssaly 829. Ex BCD Collection (Triton XV, January 3, 2012),Lot 829. Rare. $900  
AE-15 400-350 BC VF Maroneia, Thrace. Horse prancing right, monogram below. Rev: MAPONITON around 3 sides of linear square containing grape vine, monogram below. Seaby-1636. AE-15 $25  
AR drachm 301-299 BC gVF Kings of Thrace. Lysimachos, one of the most remarkable of the successors of Alexander the Great and bodyguard of the Macedonian king. After Alexander's death, Lysimachos took over the government of Thrace and founded his capital city of Lysimacheia in 309 B.C. In 305 B.C., he took the title of king of Thrace and four years later extended his rule over much of Asia Minor. Coin struck in the name and types of Alexander III of Macedon. Kolophon Mint. Obv: Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin. Rev: Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and scptre, his right leg drawn back and feet resting on stool. In left field, forepart of lion above Phi. Pentagram below throne. Price 1840. Thompson 120. $300  

 

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