Coins from Athens

Athens is one of the oldest named cities in the world, having been continuously inhabited for perhaps 5,000 years. Situated in southern Europe, Athens became the leading city of Ancient Greece in the first millennium BC, and its cultural achievements during the 5th century BC laid the foundations of Western civilization.
Wikidata: Q1524

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Drachm

8 Chalkon = 4 Tetartemorion = 1 Obol • 6 Obols = 1 Drachm • 20 Drachms = 10 Silver stater = 1 Gold stater

Dichalkon
(325 BC - 275 BC)

Copper • 3.50 g • ⌀ 14 mm
GCV# 2562
3/8 Obol
(400 BC - 353 BC)

Silver • 0.26 g • ⌀ 6.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 1684
Hemiobol
(561 BC - 546 BC)

Silver • 0.31 g • ⌀ 6.0 mm
Hemiobol
(454 BC - 404 BC)

Silver • 0.36 g • ⌀ 6.5 mm
Kroll# 14, SNG Cop# 27-29
Tritartemorion
(353 BC - 294 BC)

Silver • 0.5 g • ⌀ 7.0 mm
Kroll# 21, HGCS# 4, 1668
Obol
(545 BC - 515 BC)

Silver • 0.53 g • ⌀ 6.0 mm
Obol
(515 BC - 510 BC)

Silver • 0.55 g • ⌀ 8.0 mm
SNG Cop# 7
Obol
(515 BC - 510 BC)

Silver • 0.64 g • ⌀ 7.0 mm
SNG Cop# 9
Obol
(515 BC - 510 BC)

Silver • 0.61 g • ⌀ 8.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 1649
Obol
(515 BC - 510 BC)

Silver • 0.58 g • ⌀ 7.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 1655
Obol
(510 BC - 500 BC)

Silver • 0.6 g • ⌀ 8.0 mm
SNG Cop# 24
Obol
(454 BC - 404 BC)

Silver • 0.67 g • ⌀ 8.5 mm
Kroll# 13, HGCS# 4, 1665
Diobol
(353 BC - 294 BC)

Silver • 1.23 g • ⌀ 10.0 mm
Kroll# 20
Triobol

Silver • 2.12 g
SNG Cop# 48
Hemidrachm
(510 BC - 500 BC)

Silver • 1.99 g • ⌀ 12.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 1638
Hemidrachm
(454 BC - 404 BC)

Silver • 2.06 g • ⌀ 11.5 mm
Kroll# 12
Triobol
(449 BC - 404 BC)

Silver • 2.13 g • ⌀ 13.0 mm
Kroll# 12, SNG Cop# 44
Drachm
(467 BC - 465 BC)

Silver • 4.28 g • ⌀ 13.0 mm
Drachm
(440 BC)

Silver • 4.25 g
Kroll# 10b
Drachm
(430 BC)

Silver • 4.32 g • ⌀ 16 mm
GCV# 2527
Drachm
(430 BC - 420 BC)

Silver • 4.18 g • ⌀ 13.0 mm
Kroll# 10e, SNG Cop# 41
Didrachm
(545 BC - 515 BC)

Silver • 8.49 g • ⌀ 18.5 mm
SNG Mun 1# 18
Didrachm
(475 BC - 465 BC)

Silver • 8.42 g • ⌀ 19.5 mm
HGCS# 4, 1617, BostonMFA# 1602
Tetradrachm
(556 BC - 546 BC)

Silver • 17.27 g • ⌀ 22.0 mm
Tetradrachm
(500 BC - 480 BC)

Silver • 16.9 g • ⌀ 23.5 mm
BostonMFA# 1059, HGCS# 4, 1590
Tetradrachm
(485 BC - 480 BC)

Silver • 16.53 g
ACGC# 185
Tetradrachm
(474 BC - 465 BC)

Silver • 17.19 g • ⌀ 22.5 mm
HGCS# 4, 1593
Available for swap Tetradrachm
(454 BC - 320 BC)

Silver • 17.04 g • ⌀ 25 mm
GCV# 2526
Tetradrachm
(449 BC - 404 BC)

Silver • 17.18 g
Dewing# 1625
Tetradrachm (New style)
(166 BC - 125 BC)

Silver • 16.52 g • ⌀ 28 mm
GCV# 2552
Tetradrachm
(108 BC - 107 BC)

Silver • 16.59 g • ⌀ 28.0 mm
Dekadrachm
(469 BC - 460 BC)

Silver • 42.78 g • ⌀ 34.0 mm
ACGC# 188
Stater
(295 BC)

Gold • 8.60 g • ⌀ 17.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 1577, SNG Cop# 83
Bronze Æ22
(264 BC - 267 BC)

Bronze • 6.36 g • ⌀ 22.0 mm
Kroll# 406/401
Bronze Æ18
(200 BC - 86 BC)

Bronze • 7.17 g • ⌀ 18 mm
Kroll# 91, SNG Cop# 298
Bronze Æ13
(100 BC - 1 BC)

Bronze • 3.72 g • ⌀ 13.0 mm

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is Stavros.

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