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.
- Philip II Silver Tetradrachm Extremely FineIssued under Philip II of Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great, this silver tetradrachm is one of the most famous of all ancients. The head of Zeus is on the front and the back shows a young boy riding a fine stallion. Listed in the 100 Greatest Ancient coins book and very popular. Learn MoreNow Only $1,475.00 Regular Price $1,518.00Out of stock
- Alexander The Great Silver Drachm NGC XFStruck over 2,300 years ago, the silver drachms of Alexander the Great tell a story that can be heard to this very day. Alexander the Great is known to be one of the most revered generals and rulers in the history of the world and his coinage remains as testament to this fact. The obverse of each coin depicts a Hercules with a lion-head helmet. The reverse shows Zeus, perched on a throne holding an eagle in one hand and a scepter in the other. Learn More$239.25
- Perseus Silver Tetradrachm NGC MS 5X4This is the finest grade given for this issue by NGC Ancients and it is a truly rare and impressive coin for the price. Perseus was the last true emperor of Macedon and his coinage was large and impressive, particularly his silver Tetradrachms. We love the look and value of these 2,200 year old coins and the coin shown is the one you will receive. Highly recommended for the money. Learn MoreNow Only $6,450.00 Regular Price $6,534.00Out of stock
- Philip II Gold Stater NGC CHXF 5x3This attractive Philip II gold stater was issued nearly 2,400 years ago by the father of Alexander the Great. They are oftentimes encountered slightly off-struck, however, this example is remarkably pristine and full for the assigned grade. The obverse features Apollo facing right in a very lifelike fashion. The impressive reverse depicts a charioteer drawn by two horses. A classic Greek image in all regards and this is the exact coin you will receive. Learn More$7,260.00