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Macedonian Empire Coins

Macedonia was a small kingdom in northern Greece that was under Persian control in the 4th century BC until Philip II (359–336 BC) overthrew the Persians and took control of the area.

Eventually his son, Alexander the Great expanded the empire after Philip's death.

Macedonian coins are some of the most attractive coins available today. They are hand-crafted works of art created by talented artists. Each Greek city took pride in minting its own coins and marked them with significant symbols reflecting their culture and they remain famous and extremely evocative to this day.

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  • Philip II Gold 1/12 Stater NGC Choice Extremely Fine

    Wow, this extremely rare ancient gold fractional coin depicts a helmeted Hercules on the front and a club and bow on the back—it’s design is similar to the extremely rare ½ stater struck by Philip II. These coins were intended to send the message of strength and power across the empire. The overall look of this one is quite remarkable for the assigned grade. Very cool indeed. Learn More
    $2,040.00

  • Philip II Gold 1/8 Stater NGC Fine 4X3

    This hard-to-find fractional gold stater was issued under King Philip II of Macedon who ruled from 359-336 B.C. While circulated, this example has a very well-centered strike and pleasing overall look. A fair value indeed given the low price point. Learn More
    $1,496.00

  • Philip II Gold 1/8 Stater NGC Fine 5X2

    Hard-to-find fractional gold stater issued under King Philip II of Macedon. While circulated, this example has a very well-centered strike and pleasing overall look. A fair value indeed given the low price point. Learn More
    $1,496.00

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  • Lysimachus Silver Tetradrachm NGC About Uncirculated 5x4

    Lysimachus was one of Alexander the Great's most trusted generals and advisors. This silver tetradrachm is a remarkable coin with fabulous detail and color. The obverse is thought to be a lifelike portrait of Alexander the Great, staring at the heavens, with ram's horns coming out of his head. The reverse shows the goddess Athena holding a miniature Nike, the goddess of Victory. This coin is testament to the respect and adoration that Lysimachus had for his fallen leader, Alexander the Great. These coins were only issued from 305-281 B.C. NGC has notated light marks on the holder, referring to some hairline marks on the surfaces of the coin. Learn More
    $4,556.00

  • Philip II Gold 1/4 Stater NGC Mint State 5x3

    It's extremely unusual to encounter a fractional gold stater of Philip II in mint condition. This 1/4 stater is intricately struck and has been preserved in a remarkably high state of preservation. Issued sometime between 359-336 B.C., it depicts a helmeted Hercules on the obverse in lifelike fashion given the intricate details. The reverse depicts a club, bow and arrow. NGC Ancients has noted scuffs on the holders, referring to some minute smudges on the surface of the coin. Great coin, and extremely rare. Learn More
    $6,800.00

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