Seleukos VI, Epiphanies Nikator #Tetradrachm, from #Seleucid Kingdom. Epiphanies Nikator, the oldest son of #Antiochos VIII, on the obverse with his diad, the reverse with inscriptions and #Zeus enthroned, Nike and scepter in hand.
Ancient #HolyLand, Silver Shekel of Tyre. Of all the #Biblical references to coins, the “thirty pieces of silver,” also known as Shekel of Tyre, paid to #JudasIscariot for his betrayal of #Christ is perhaps the best known.
#AncientGreek Gold Stater of #AlexanderTheGreat. On the obverse, the head of the Goddess, #Athena, with facial features modeled after those of Alexander. On the reverse, a beautiful #Nike holding a scepter and a victory wreath.
#AncientGreek #Macedonian Gold Stater of Philip II of Macedon, father of #AlexanderTheGreat.
Ptolemaic #Egypt. Bronze coin with the profile of #Zeus Ammon on the observe. The reverse with an eagle standing on thunderbolts, surrounded by inscriptions.
#Greco-Egyptian silver #Ptolemy tetradrachm. (305-30 BC)
Silver tetradrachm of Bar Kochba, in a vermeil pendant setting. The facade of the #temple in #Jerusalem with ark and scrolls on the front, lulav with inscriptions on the reverse. 132 - 133 AD
Greek Macedonian Coin. Silver Philip II tetradrachm coin, the obverse with the head of Zeus, the reverse with a King on horseback, and inscriptions.
Gold coin of Emperor Michael VII. Born about 1050, the empire was run between his mother, Eudocia, until 1071. Michael’s all to obvious weakness inspired numerous rebellions. Taxes were raised, the coinage debased and though numerous rebellions were put down, Michael’s fall became inevitable. It was Nicephorus Botaneiates who led the rebellion that finally forced Michael to abdicate. On 31st March, 1078 Michael entered a monastery and Botaneiates took over as Nicephorus III. 1071-1078 AD
Ancient Greece. Silver Mithradates I tetradrachm. Obverse with a bearded portrait, reverse with naked standing Herakles with inscriptions. 171 - 138 BC
Persian silver Umayyad and Abbasid dirhams with inscriptions. 700-900 AD. (1")
Ancient Greek. Silver Ptolemy tetradrachm coin from the Egyptian Kingdom . On the reverse, an eagle stands on the beak of a galley, a palm branch in the background, the field with various inscriptions. Greco-Egyptian. Size: 1" Date: 150-50 BC
Silver tetradrachm coin with Athena, the Goddess of wisdom on one side, an owl with inscriptions on the other. Size: 1" Date: 400 BC
Ancient Roman. Bronze coin with a Roman Emperor on one side, a standing nude male on the reverse. Size: 1" Date: 200-450 AD
Gold dinar coin of Yazdgard I. Obverse: Bust wearing a headdress. Reverse: Fire altar with attendants. Size: 1" Date: 399-420 AD
Persian. 22kt gold Islamic dinars with inscriptions, prayers from the Holy Book Koran. Size: 1/2" - 3/4" Date: 700-900 AD
Silver Philip II tetradrachm coin, the obverse with the head of Zeus, the reverse with a King on horseback. Phillip became the master of Greece by a mixture of military skill and diplomacy, he was free to pursue his greatest ambition - the conquest of the Persian Empire. But the assassin's sword, 336 BC, prevented Philip from realizing this dream and the invasion of Asia was undertaken instead by his son Alexander, known to posterity as 'the Great.' Size: 1" Date: 359-336 BC
Silver authentic shipwreck coin from the Spanish treasure ship, the Nuestra Senora de Atocha. Size: 1 ¼" Date: 1622 AD On September 6, 1622 the Spanish Treasure Ship, The Atocha was caught in a hurricane and smashed against coral reefs off Key West. Her treasure of gold, silver and gems lay beneath the waves for 360 years until their recovery by legendary Treasure Hunter Mel Fisher.
Ancient coin of the Holy Land. Silver coin from the First Revolt. Chalice with inscriptions on front, the reverse with a stem with pearled bottom and three fruits. Size: ½" Date: 66 - 70 AD
Available at Sadigh Gallery at discounted price! 4 Islamic 22kt gold dinars with prayers from the Holy Book Koran. 700-900 AD (1")
Available at Sadigh Gallery. Ancient Persian coins. Set of 2 silver Umayyad and 3 Abbasid dirhams with inscriptions. Size: 1" Date: 700-900 AD