Handmade replica of the ancient gold stater of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon), dated to 336-323 B.C. The coin depicts the head of Athena facing right and wearing a crested Corinthian helmet, decorated with a coiled snake on the obverse and on the reverse, it features Goddess Nike standing, holding a wreath in her left hand and a stylus in her right hand. It also bears the inscription ALEXANDROY (ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ) in the right field.

Handmade replica of the ancient gold stater of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon), dated to 336-323 B.C. The coin depicts the head of Athena facing right and wearing a crested Corinthian helmet, decorated with a coiled snake on the obverse and on the reverse, it features Goddess Nike standing, holding a wreath in her left hand and a stylus in her right hand. It also bears the inscription ALEXANDROY (ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ) in the right field.

Υour lucky coin! The so-called "Constantinato" has Byzantine origin, it is either gold-plated or silver, and it is said by our people to be miraculous. Get yours now in silver 925° or in gold-plated silver with 24 carats, to hide it into the New Years cake, the famous "Vassilopita" or offer it as a gift to newlyweds, to a mother in labour or a newborn baby ... to bring them luck! This "Constantinato" is crafted by hand, casted in silver 925° and plated with 24 carats gold. Diameter: 2,5 cm

"Constantinato" lucky coin, Gold-plated Silver

The so-called "Constantinato" has byzantine origin and it is said by our tradition to be miraculous. This "Constantinato" lucky coin is a copy of the original byzantine coin.

Υour lucky coin! The so-called "Constantinato" is a gold-plated or silver coin of Byzantine origin and it is said by our people to be miraculous. Get yours now in silver 925° or in gold-plated silver with 24 carats, to hide it into the New Years cake, the famous "Vassilopita" or offer it as a gift to newlyweds, to a mother in labour or a newborn baby ... to bring them luck! This "Constantinato" lucky coin is crafted by hand, casted in silver 925°.  Diameter: 2,5 cm

"Constantinato" lucky coin, Silver 925°

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Handmade replica of the ancient silver tetradrachm of Ainos (Aenus), which is dated around the 5th century B.C., and depicts the head of Hermes, wearing a petasos. The reverse shows a goat standing right and the inscription AINI written above it, all pictured within an incuse square. Hermes was the patron deity of Ainos.The coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging. Diameter of the coin: 2,3 cm.Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver Tetradrachm Coin of Ainos

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Handmade silver-plated copy of the silver four-drachma coin (tetradrachm) of King Lysimachus of Thrace, depicting the head of Alexander the Great on the obverse of the coin and goddess Athena, holding victory in her hands, on the reverse. 297 - 281 B.C., Macedonia  The coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation. Diameter of the coin: 3 cm Dimensions of the acrylic case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver Tetradrachm Coin of Lysimachus

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Side, Silver Stater of Pamphylia which dates back to 450 BC. On the obverse side of the coin there is a picture of a pomegranate and on the reverse an inscription in local alphabet together with the image of a crow. Pomegranate is a fertility symbol.

Side, Silver Stater of Pamphylia which dates back to 450 BC. On the obverse side of the coin there is a picture of a pomegranate and on the reverse an inscription in local alphabet together with the image of a crow. Pomegranate is a fertility symbol.

Side, Silver Stater of Pamphylia which dates back to 450 BC. On the obverse side of the coin there is a picture of a pomegranate and on the reverse an inscription in local alphabet together with the image of a crow. Pomegranate is a fertility symbol.

Side, Silver Stater of Pamphylia which dates back to 450 BC. On the obverse side of the coin there is a picture of a pomegranate and on the reverse an inscription in local alphabet together with the image of a crow. Pomegranate is a fertility symbol.

Metapontion silver stater coin replica. Ancient coin with an embossed ear of wheat. The coins of the Greek colonies in Lower Italy and Sicily were cut after the middle of the 6th cent. B.C.

Metapontion silver stater coin replica. Ancient coin with an embossed ear of wheat. The coins of the Greek colonies in Lower Italy and Sicily were cut after the middle of the 6th cent. B.C.

Metapontion silver stater coin replica. Ancient coin with an embossed ear of wheat. The coins of the Greek colonies in Lower Italy and Sicily were cut after the middle of the 6th cent. B.C.

Metapontion silver stater coin replica. Ancient coin with an embossed ear of wheat. The coins of the Greek colonies in Lower Italy and Sicily were cut after the middle of the 6th cent. B.C.

Handmade replica of the ancient gold stater of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon), dated to 336-323 B.C. The coin depicts the head of Athena facing right and wearing a crested Corinthian helmet, decorated with a coiled snake on the obverse and on the reverse, it features Goddess Nike standing, holding a wreath in her left hand and a stylus in her right hand. It also bears the inscription ALEXANDROY (ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ) in the right field.

Handmade replica of the ancient gold stater of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon), dated to 336-323 B.C. The coin depicts the head of Athena facing right and wearing a crested Corinthian helmet, decorated with a coiled snake on the obverse and on the reverse, it features Goddess Nike standing, holding a wreath in her left hand and a stylus in her right hand. It also bears the inscription ALEXANDROY (ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ) in the right field.

Handmade replica of the ancient silver tetradrachm (four-drachma coin) of Philip II of Macedon, circa 323-315 B.C., which depicts the laureate head of Zeus, facing right. The reverse side of the coin depicts a young boy on horseback, facing right and holding a palm branch. It also bears the inscription PHILIPPOY at the top of the reverse side of the coin.This silver tetradrachm from the Kingdom of Macedon was minted in Amphipolis. The coin replica is made of silver-plated brass.

Handmade replica of the ancient silver tetradrachm (four-drachma coin) of Philip II of Macedon, circa 323-315 B.C., which depicts the laureate head of Zeus, facing right. The reverse side of the coin depicts a young boy on horseback, facing right and holding a palm branch. It also bears the inscription PHILIPPOY at the top of the reverse side of the coin.This silver tetradrachm from the Kingdom of Macedon was minted in Amphipolis. The coin replica is made of silver-plated brass.

Handmade replica of the ancient silver tetradrachm (four-drachma coin) of Philip II of Macedon, circa 323-315 B.C., which depicts the laureate head of Zeus, facing right. The reverse side of the coin depicts a young boy on horseback, facing right and holding a palm branch. It also bears the inscription PHILIPPOY at the top of the reverse side of the coin.This silver tetradrachm from the Kingdom of Macedon was minted in Amphipolis. The coin replica is made of silver-plated brass.

Handmade replica of the ancient silver tetradrachm (four-drachma coin) of Philip II of Macedon, circa 323-315 B.C., which depicts the laureate head of Zeus, facing right. The reverse side of the coin depicts a young boy on horseback, facing right and holding a palm branch. It also bears the inscription PHILIPPOY at the top of the reverse side of the coin.This silver tetradrachm from the Kingdom of Macedon was minted in Amphipolis. The coin replica is made of silver-plated brass.

Our ancients coins' set includes four coin replicas with various depictions. The original coins were minted in different city-states and colonies of Ancient Greece. The pack contains the tridrachm of Delphi (480 - 475 B.C.), the tetradrachm (four-drachma coin) of Ainos (5th century B.C.), the decadrachm (ten-drachma coin) of Syracuse (4th century B.C.) The set is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging. Dimentions of the case: 13 cm x 6,5 cm x 5…

Ancient Coins Set II

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Handmade replica of the ancient silver tridrachm (three-drachma coin) of Delphi, which is among the most rare of all the Greek coins. It was minted around 480-475 B.C. and it features on the obverse type of the coin shows two rhyta  in the form of ram’s heads and above them, two dolphins swimming toward each other.The coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging. Diameter of the coin: 2,5 cm Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver Tridrachm Coin of Delphi

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Handmade replica of the ancient silver tridrachm (three-drachma coin) of Delphi, which is among the most rare of all the Greek coins. It was minted around 480-475 B.C. and it features on the obverse type of the coin shows two rhyta  in the form of ram’s heads and above them, two dolphins swimming toward each other.The coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging. Diameter of the coin: 2,5 cm Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver Tridrachm Coin of Delphi

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