Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
MACEDON, Kingdom of, Alexander III, (336-323 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (17.06 g), Amphipolis mint, issued by Kassander 307-297 B.C., struck by Antipater, obv. head of Herakles to right wearing lion skin with dotted border, rev. Zeus seated on throne to left, eagle in outstretched hand, **L* over torch in left field, wreath below throne, to right **ALEXANDR[OU]*, (cf.S.6713, Price 488, Ehrhardt 51). Test cut on head, small flan, otherwise nearly very fine, scarce.
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MACEDON, Kingdom of, Alexander III, (336-323 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (17.06 g), Amphipolis mint, issued by ...