From the Seleucid Kingdom. Philip I Philadelphus/Zeus under Aulus Gabinius. A very choice AU example that has never been cleaned or altered, as evidenced by the slight encrustations deep within the devices.
A tougher coin to attain. Despite the issues, this gold/silver alloy issue retains excellent detail.
Lifetime Issue. Obverse of Heracles, Reverse of Zeus
Lifetime Issue. Obverse of Heracles, Reverse of Zeus.
Obverse of Heracles, Reverse of Zeus holding eagle
Obverse of Satyr abducting nymph, Reverse of quadripartite incuse.
Obverse of Zeus, Reverse of Athena Itonia.
Popular Biblical shekel with gorgeous Eagle design
Obverse head of Athena right wearing Corinthian helmet, ornamented with leaping griffin, pushed back on head; small figure of Athena left. Reverse Pegasus flying left, triskeles above. These are rarely offered, especially in such a pristine state of preservation.
Obverse of king on horse, Reverse of Zeus.
Obverse of king on horse, Reverse of Athena
Obverse of king on horse, Reverse of Athena with shield & spear
Obverse of diademed bust
Obverse of diademed bust, Reverse of Arsaces I holding bow
Posthumous issue of the Kingdom of Cappadocia
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