Price 3637b corr. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin / Zeus Aëtophoros seated left; thunderbolt in left field; monogram below throne, M in exergue. die XVI). Struck under Menes or Philotas, circa 325-324/3 BC. KINGS of MACEDON. Price 3231A; Newell, Myriandros 28 (obv. Alexander the Great Silver Tetradrachms. 336-323 BC. Struck under Stamenes or Archon, circa 324/3 BC. Ludwig Mueller's Numismatique d'Alexandre le Grand is 154 years old and cannot be used to reliably attribute Alexander the Great coins. 315-311 BC Alexander III 'The Great' Tetradrachm struck at the Babylon mint. Babylon mint. (position of control marks). Roman mints began using mint marks at about the 3rd century AD. Alexander III ‘the Great’. Many examples of the coins below were struck by these men in the name of Alexander III. Macedon Alexander The Great Silver Drachm 336-323BC £ 165.00. Alexander the Great lifetime drachm, 4.2g, Sardis, Lydia, Asia Minor, c. 334-323 BC, M.J. Price 2553. There are over 300 mint marks. Code: PG575. AR Tetradrachm (26.5mm, 16.77 g, 5h). Mints of Alexander the Great (Partial Listing) (* number of mint marks) Amphipolis, Macedonia (5) Arado, Phoenicia Babylon, Babylonia (3) Byblos, Phoenicia, Colophon, Ionia Corinth, Greece Damascus, Syria Lampsacus, Mysia (2) Magnesia, Ionia Memphis, Egypt Miletus. The Silver Tetradrachms of Alexander the Great are some of the best known ancient coins in the world. Most folks who collect coinage of Alexander use Martin Price's The Coinage in the Name of Alexander the Great and Philip Arrhidaeus. The open-leg lifetime drachm from Sardes pictured above depicts as mint marks a rose under the throne and a symbol that looks a bit like a double E in the reverse left field. During his reign, 336-323 BC, Alexander established an enormous empire that at one point extended from the Adriatic Sea to … Ionia (3) Alexander III ‘the Great’. View Item; MACEDON Alexander The Great Silver Tetradrachm 336-323BC £ 425.00. For the Seleukids use Houghton and Lorber. KINGS of MACEDON. Code: PG721. I can't remember what folks are using for Ptolemaic. It was the first attempt to create a corpus of Alexander coinage, and Mueller deserves credit for this, but it was done before the hoard and die-study evidence we have today, and much is simply incorrect guesswork. Code: PG273. Myriandros or Issos mint. View Item; Macedon Alexander The Great Silver Drachm 336-323BC £ 165.00. These can typically be distinguished by control marks and/or inscriptions relating to the ruler who issued them. 336-323 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin / Zeus Aëtophoros seated left; in left field, monogram above pellet above club-in-wreath; monogram below throne. View Item; MACEDON Alexander The Great Silver Tetradrachm 336-323BC £ 375.00. AR Tetradrachm (25.5mm, 16.83 g, 5h).

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