THRACIA, Lysimachos, 306-281 BC, tetradrachm, approximate 297-281 BC, Assos (?), Rv. : head of deified Alasdair the Great with diadem and hippocampus right, Rv. : Athena with Nike, at her shoulder leaned lance and shield left throning, in the left field griffin's head over monogram, fine style, due to the embossing a little bent, 16. 90 g, ss
Silver tetradrachm from Troy during the Hellenistic period, BC. Head of Athena in Attic helmet. Reverse female figure and owl with inscription: ΑΘΗΝΑΣ ΙΛΙΑΔΟΣ, ΚΛΕΩΝΟΣ ΙΛΙΟΥ, "Athēnas Iliados, kleōnos Iliou".
Tetradrachm of Philipp II, made posthumously c. in Amphipolis. From auction Gorny & Mosch 146
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AIOLIS, Kyme tetradrachm circa 150-145 AD, early style