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Macedonia, Greece, 300-295 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 150 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 100 gr
Silver tetradrachm King Dimitrios. This coin bares on the front side the Goddess of Victory on a ship's bow and on the back Poseidon holding a trident with the inscription VASILEOS DIMITRIOU (king Dimitrios).  300-295 B.C. Macedonia, Greece.

Diameter of the coin: 2,5cm

Dimensions of the acrylic case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Handmade silver-plated solid brass in a specially designed acrylic case to exhibit both sides.
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Macedonia, Greece, 320-317 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 150 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 100 gr

Silver tetradrachm of Alexander III Macedon. Inspired by the history of Alexander the Great we created a copy of this specific coin in solid brass, silver-plated and placed in a specially designed acrylic case in order to be able to exhibit both sides. The one side of the coin depicts the head of Hercules and on the reverse Zeus enthroned  and the inscription KING ALEXANDER (VASSILEOS ALEXANDROU).

320-317 B.C. Mecedonia, Greece.

Diameter of the coin: 2,5cm

Dimensions of the acrylic case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Handmade copy in silver-plated solid brass.
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Crete, 300-280 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 150 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 100 gr

Silver stater of Phaistos. On the one side of the coin there is a depiction of the giant statue of Talos with the inscripiton TALON. On the other side a bull attacking with the inscription FAIST[ION]. 300-280 B.C.

Diameter of the coin: 2,5cm

Dimensions of the acrylic case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Handmade copy in solid brass silver-plated in silver solution 999° in specially designed acrylic case.
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Thebes, Boeotia, 6th century B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 150 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 100 gr
Silver Stater of Thebes.

Diameter of the coin: 2,5cm

Dimensions of the acrylic case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Copy in solid brass silver-plated in silver solution 999.
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Kos island, 5th century B.C. , with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 150 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 100 gr

Silver two-drachma coin of Kos island in the complex of Dodecanese in the Aegean Sea in Greece.

Diameter of the coin: 2,5cm

Dimensions of the acrylic case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Copy in solid brass silver-plated 999° solution.
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Larissa, Thessaly, 395-344 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 150 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 100 gr

Silver 2 drachma coin of Larissa. Inspired by the history of the city of Larissa, we created a copy of this specific coin. The one side of the coin depicts the head of a Larissa nymph and on the reverse there is a horse troting and the sign LARIS AION (ΛΑΡΙΣ ΑΙΩΝ).

395-344 B.C. Larissa, Thessaly, Greece

Diameter of the coin: 2,5cm

Dimensions of the acrylic case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Copy in solid brass silver-plated in 999° silver solution.
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Mid 3rd century A.D., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Gold-plated 24K Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin

Gold medal Aboukir. It is an oversized monetary mark, which was a prize at the pentectical Alexandrian Ecumenical Games of Veria in Macedonia.

Dimensions: Φ. 4cm

Dimensions with acrylic case: 5cm x 6cm. x 5cm

Handmade gold-plated 24K brass.

 

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Ancient Greece, with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 50 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 30 gr

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. 

Dimensions: diameter 2,5cm x 2mm

Handmade silver-plated brass placed in a specially designed acrylic case.

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Ancient Greece, with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 50 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 30 gr

Metapontion 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. Their designs refer to the source of wealth from domestic production and sometimes the patron goddess of the publishing city.

Dimensions: diameter 2,5cm x 2mm

Handmade silver-plated brass placed in a specially designed acrylic case.

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Ancient Greece, 5th - 4th century B.C., with acrylic case, 13 cm x 6,5 cm x 5 cm, 187.5 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coins set, 136,5 gr

We have created a set of 4 silver-plated ancient coins' replicas in a specially designed acrylic case with the:

- Silver Tidrachm (three-drachma coin) of Delphi, Phokis, 480 - 475 B.C.

- Silver Tetradrachm (four-drachma coin) of Ainos (Aenus), Thrace, 5th century B.C.

-Silver Decadrachm (ten-drachma coin) of Syracuse, Sicily, 4th century B.C.

-Silver Stater of Knossos, Crete 425 B.C.

Dimentions: 13 cm x 6,5 cm x 5 cm

Silver-plated copies

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Delphi, 480 - 475 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 86 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 53 gr

Handmade replica of the ancient silver tridrachm (three-drachma coin) of Delphi, which is among the most rare of all the Greek coins. It features on the obverse type of the coin shows two rhyta (drinking vessels) in the form of ram’s heads and above them, two dolphins swimming toward each other. The inscription DALPHIKON (ΔAΛΦIKON) is also written in small letters below and the motifs are bordered by a dotted circle. The reverse of this coin is decorated with a quadripartite incuse square in the form of a coffered ceiling. Each coffer is decorated with a dolphin. The coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging.

480-475 B.C., Delphi

Diameter of the coin: 2,5 cm 

Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

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Thrace, 5th century B.C. , with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 86 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 53 gr

Handmade replica of the ancient silver tetradrachm (four-drachma coin) of Ainos (Aenus), which depicts the head of Hermes, wearing a petasos (hat). The reverse shows a goat standing right and the inscription AINI written above it, all pictured within an incuse square. The coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging.

5th century B.C., Ainos, Thrace 

Diameter of the coin: 2,3 cm 

Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver-plated Brass.

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Syracuse, 4th century B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 86 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 53 gr

Handmade replica of the ancient silver decadrachm (ten-drachma coin) of Syracuse, also known as “Demareteion”. The obverse depicts a four-horse chariot, whose charioteer is being crowned by Goddess Nike (Victory). The reverse shows the head of the nymph Arethousa, encircled by four dolphins. The coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging.

4th century B.C., Syracuse

Diameter of the coin: 2,5 cm 

Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver-plated Brass.

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Crete, 425 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 86 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 50 gr

Handmade replica of the ancient silver stater of Knossos, which is one of the earliest coins minted at Knossos. Its designs derive from the city’s most famous myth, the Minotaur in the labyrinth. On the obverse of the coin, Minotaur is pictured, holding an unidentified object in his raised hand, while a design of the Labyrinth, is shown on the reverse in the shape of a swastika with a floral pattern in the center and squares in the four corners. The coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging.

425 B.C., Knossos, Crete

Diameter of the coin: 2,2 cm 

Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver-plated Brass.

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Greece, 2013, with acrylic case, 25,75 mm, 21 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Coloured Coin, 8.5 gr

This coloured commemorative coin celebrates the Academy of Plato - a Philosopher school in Athens, the oldest institute of Greece of this kind. It features a portrait of Plato. The philosopher teached philosophical and scientific classes on his private domain in the nord-west of Athens, which was close to the grounds of the hero Akademos, so they called the school "Akademeia". This is where the modern word "Academy" comes from. 

Dimensions: 25,75 mm

Commemorative Coloured & Enameled Coin

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Greece, 2014, with acrylic case, 25,75 mm, 21 gr, Coloured Coin, 8.5 gr

EXCLUSIVE DESIGN of a commemorative coin with the twelve stars of the European Union positioned around the outer circle surround the design of an ancient statue depicting a discobolus in his attempt to throw the discus. The base of the statue covers a small part of the coin's external ring (outer part). To the left is the logo of the Olympic Games 'ATHENS 2004' and the five Olympic circles, and to the right, one above the other, are the figure '2' and the word 'ΕΥΡΩ'. 
The yearmark is written in split form around the star positioned bottom centre, as follows: 20*04 and the mintmark is above the athlete's head to the left.

Dimensions: 25,75 mm

Coloured commemorative coin

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Greece, 490 B.C, with acrylic case, 25,75 mm, 21 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Coloured Coin, 8.5 gr

The coin commemorates the 2.500th anniversary of the Battle of Marathon. The centre of the coin shows a synthesis of a shield and a runner/warrior representing the struggle for freedom and the noble ideals that the Battle of Marathon stands for. The bird on the shield symbolises the birth of Western civilisation in its present form.

Dimensions: 25,75 mm

Commemorative Coloured & Enameled Coin

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Greece, 2014, with acrylic case, 25,75 mm, 21 gr, Coloured Coin, 8.5 gr

Commemorative coin with the twelve stars of the European Union positioned around the outer circle surround the design of an ancient statue depicting a discobolus in his attempt to throw the discus. The base of the statue covers a small part of the coin's external ring (outer part). To the left is the logo of the Olympic Games 'ATHENS 2004' and the five Olympic circles, and to the right, one above the other, are the figure '2' and the word 'ΕΥΡΩ'. 
The yearmark is written in split form around the star positioned bottom centre, as follows: 20*04 and the mintmark is above the athlete's head to the left.

Dimensions: 25,75 mm

Coloured commemorative coin

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Macedonia , 336 - 323 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 86 gr, Gold-plated 24K Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 49 gr

Handmade replica of the ancient gold stater of Alexander the Great (Alexander III of Macedon). 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. The coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging.

336-323 B.C., Amphipolis, Macedonia

Diameter of the stater: 2 cm 

Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

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Macedonia , 340 - 328 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 86 gr, Gold-plated 24K Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 60 gr

Handmade replica of the ancient gold stater of Philip II of Macedon, which depicts the laureate head of Apollo, facing right. The reverse side of the coin depicts a charioteer, wearing a himation and holding the reins, driving a two-horse chariot. It also bears the inscription PHILIPPOY (ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΥ) at the bottomThe coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging.

340-328 B.C., Amphipolis, Macedonia

Diameter of the stater:: 2,7 cm

Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Gold-plated Brass.

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Macedonia , 323-315 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 86 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 53,5 gr

Handmade replica of the ancient silver tetradrachm of Philip II of Macedon, 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 (ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΥ) at the top of the reverse side of the coinThe coin is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging.

323-315 B.C., Amphipolis, Macedonia

Diameter of the stater: 2,5 cm

Dimensions of the case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver-plated Brass.

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Macedonia , 340 - 323 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 86 gr, Gold-plated 24K Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coins set, 75 gr

A set of two Macedonian coin replicas, ideal as a gift for budding archaeologists and coin collectors. The gold stater of Alexander the Great (Alaxander III of Macedon), 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.

The gold stater of Philip II of Macedon, depicts the laureate head of Apollo, facing right. The reverse side of the coin depicts a charioteer, wearing a himation and holding the reins, driving a two-horse chariot. It also bears the inscription PHILIPPOY (ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΥ) at the bottomThe four-coin set is offered in an acrylic case for protection and better presentation and gift packaging.

340 - 323 B.C., Amphipolis, Macedonia

Diameter of Alexander's III stater: 2 cm Diameter of Philip's II stater: 2,7 cm

Dimentions of the case: 13 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

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Ancient Greece, 480 - 220 B.C., with acrylic case, 17 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm, 263.2 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coins set, 206,5 gr

The ancient coins' set of five silver-plated copies includes the silver tetradrachm of Aetolia, silver tetradrachm of Lysimachus, silver tetradrachm of Athens, silver stater of Gortyn, silver stater of Aegina.

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Athens, Attica, 449 - 419 B.C., with acrylic case, 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm , 86 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Silver-plated Brass, Ancient hellenic (greek) coin, 58,5 gr

Silver four-drachma "tetradrachm" coin of Athens, bearing the head of Goddess Athina on the obverse of the coin and the symbol of wisdom, the owl with an olive branch and the inscription ΑΘΕ (athe), on the reverse. 

449 - 419 B.C., Athens, Attica.

Diameter of the coin: 2,5cm

Dimensions of the acrylic case: 5 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver-plated Brass.

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