Menu

Coins from ancient Greece

Ancient coins › Greece (ancient)

Ancient Greece is a part of Greek history that lasts from the onset of city states (polis, plural poleis) around 800 BC until the emergence of the Byzantine Empire around 400 AD. Read more

See also: Rome, Roman provinces, Greece, Persian satrapies

Display options2828 coins found.
Order by: face value - ruling authority - date - reference
Coins per page: 10 - 20 - 50 - 100
Pages: 123 - 24 - 25 - 26 - 27 - 28 - 29 - 30 - 31 - 32 - 335075100125142

Eion - Macedonia - Drachm

Tritartemorion – obverse
Tritartemorion – reverse
Tritartemorion
(460 BC - 400 BC)
Silver • 0.40 g • ⌀ 8.0 mm
SNG Cop# 181
Trihemiobol – obverse
Trihemiobol – reverse
Trihemiobol
(460 BC - 400 BC)
Silver • 0.94 g • ⌀ 12.0 mm
SNG ANS# 276-284
Trihemiobol – obverse
Trihemiobol – reverse
Trihemiobol
(460 BC - 400 BC)
Silver • 0.85 g • ⌀ 12.0 mm
SNG Cop# 179, SNG ANS# 291
Diobol – obverse
Diobol – reverse
Diobol
(500 BC)
Silver • 0.91 g • ⌀ 9.0 mm
SNG ANS# 269

Ekkarra - Thessaly - Drachm

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

Chalkon – obverse
Chalkon – reverse
Chalkon
(325 BC - 320 BC)
Bronze • 1.76 g • ⌀ 13.0 mm
BCDThess# II, 65.1

Elaia - Aeolis - Drachm

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

Bronze Æ10 – obverse
Bronze Æ10 – reverse
Bronze Æ10
(350 BC - 300 BC)
Bronze • 1.30 g • ⌀ 10 mm
SNG Cop# 169
Bronze Æ11 – obverse
Bronze Æ11 – reverse
Bronze Æ11
(340 BC - 300 BC)
Bronze • 1.28 g • ⌀ 11.0 mm
SNG Cop# 169-170, SNG Mun# 386-388
Bronze Æ16 – obverse
Bronze Æ16 – reverse
Bronze Æ16
(200 BC - 1 BC)
Bronze • 3.60 g • ⌀ 16.0 mm
SNG Cop# 181-185, SNG Mun# 395
Hemiobol – obverse
Hemiobol – reverse
Hemiobol
(450 BC - 400 BC)
Silver • 0.34 g • ⌀ 8.0 mm
SNG Cop# 164
Hemiobol – obverse
Hemiobol – reverse
Hemiobol
(450 BC - 400 BC)
Silver • 0.38 g • ⌀ 7.0 mm
SNG Cop# 164
Hemiobol – obverse
Hemiobol – reverse
Hemiobol
(450 BC - 400 BC)
Silver • 0.26 g • ⌀ 9.0 mm
SNG Cop# 164
Obol – obverse
Obol – reverse
Obol
(400 BC - 200 BC)
Silver • 0.82 g • ⌀ 10.0 mm
SNG Mun# 383
Diobol – obverse
Diobol – reverse
Diobol
(450 BC - 400 BC)
Silver • 1.28 g • ⌀ 10.0 mm
SNG Cop# 166, SNG Mun# 382
Drachm – obverse
Drachm – reverse
Drachm
(450 BC - 400 BC)
Silver • 3.33 g • ⌀ 13.0 mm

Elateia - Phokis - Drachm

Bronze Æ16 – obverse
Bronze Æ16 – reverse
Bronze Æ16
(200 BC - 175 BC)
Bronze • 4.73 g • ⌀ 16.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 1143

Eleusis - Attique - Drachm

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

Bronze Æ15 – obverse
Bronze Æ15 – reverse
Bronze Æ15
(350 BC - 330 BC)
Bronze • 3.35 g • ⌀ 15.0 mm
Kroll# 38, SNG Cop# 415
Bronze Æ16 – obverse
Bronze Æ16 – reverse
Bronze Æ16
(340 BC - 335 BC)
Bronze • 4.19 g • ⌀ 16.0 mm
Kroll# 38d
Bronze Æ16 – obverse
Bronze Æ16 – reverse
Bronze Æ16
(340 BC - 335 BC)
Bronze • 3.42 g • ⌀ 16.5 mm
Kroll# 38h, HGCS# 4, 1764
Bronze Æ15 – obverse
Bronze Æ15 – reverse
Bronze Æ15
(322 BC - 307 BC)
Bronze • 2.36 g • ⌀ 15.0 mm
Kroll# 49, SNG Cop# 421-423
Bronze Æ14 – obverse
Bronze Æ14 – reverse
Bronze Æ14
(300 BC - 200 BC)
Bronze • 2.69 g • ⌀ 14.5 mm
Kroll# 61, HGCS# 4, 1768

Pages: 123 - 24 - 25 - 26 - 27 - 28 - 29 - 30 - 31 - 32 - 335075100125142

Numista referee for this country is Stavros.

A coin doesn't exist in the catalog yet? Add it yourself!