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Byzantium , 330 - 1453 A.D., 2,5 cm, 18 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Gold-plated 24K Silver 925°, Hellenic (greek) coin, 6 gr

Υour lucky coin!

The so-called "Constantinato" has byzantine origin and it is said by our tradition to be miraculous. This "Constantinato" lucky coin is a copy of the original byzantine coin.

Diameter: 2,5 cm

Gold-plated 24K Silver 925°.

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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

We have created a set of 5 silver-plated copies of ancient coins in a specially designed acrylic case with the:

-Silver Tetradrachm Aetolia, Ancient Greece 220 - 189 BC

-Silver Tetradrachm of Lysimachus, Ancient Greece 297 - 281 BC

-Silver Tetradrachm of Athens, Ancient Greece 449 - 419 BC

-Silver Stater of Gortyn, Ancient Greece 325 BC

-Silver Stater of Aegina, Ancient Greece 500 - 480 BC

Dimensions: 17 cm x 6 cm x 5 cm

Silver-plated copies

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Delphi, 480 - 475 B.C., with black leather cord and metal ring, 2,5 cm x 10 cm x 3 mm, 32 gr, Gift packaging - Description Greek & English, Sterling Silver 925°, Key-ring, 6 gr

Inspired by the silver tridrachm of Delphi, we created a key-ring, decorated with a quadripartite incuse square and four dolphins. 

480 - 475 B.C., Delphi

Diameter of the coin: 2,5cm

Dimensions of the key-ring: 2,5 cm x 10 cm x 3 mm

Silver 925°

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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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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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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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Saronic Gulf, 500 - 480 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, 55,5 gr

Handmade copy of the silver stater coin of Aegina, depicting a sea turtle on the obverse of the coin and an incuse square with irregular shapeson the reverse. Aegina was the first city-state, that minted coins in Greece.

500 - 480 B.C., Saronic gulf.

Dimensions of the coin: 1,8cm x 2cm

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

Silver-plated 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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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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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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Macedonia , 297 - 281 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 gr

Handmade copy of the silver four-drachma coin (tetradrachm) of King Lysimachus of Thrace, depicting the head of Alexander the Great on the obverse of the coin and goddess Athena, holding victory in her handson the reverse.

297 - 281 B.C., Macedonia 

Diameter of the coin: 3 cm

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

Silver-plated Brass.

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