c. 400 B.C. Greece Silver Hemidrachm, Kingdom of Thrace. Moderate wear, strong strike, dark patina. 13mm diameter, 2.2g weight, silver
A small silver hemidrachm coin from the Ancient Greek kingdom of Thrace, in present-day Bulgaria. The obverse side of the coin features a roaring lion, while the reverse features a quadripartite incuse design, with a pellet and palm branch in opposite quarters.
c. 1190 A.D. Byzantine Empire Silver Aspron Trachy, Emperor Isaac II Angelus (r. 1185-1195 A.D.). Moderate wear, moderate strike, well-centered, multicolored toning. 27mm diameter, 4.1g weight, silver. ...View full product details
120 A.D. Roman Empire Silver Denarius, Emperor Hadrian (r. 117-138 A.D.). Light wear and a strong strike. Well-centered obverse, slightly off-center reverse. Dark, glossy toning on obverse and light...View full product details
165 A.D. Roman Empire Silver Denarius, Emperor Marcus Aurelius (r. 161-180 A.D.). Light wear and a strong strike. Well-centered obverse, slightly off-center reverse. Bright rainbow toning on...View full product details