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Greece (ancient) - Akarnania - Drachm

12 Chalkon = 4 Tetartemorion = 1 Obol • 6 Obols = 1 Drachm • 3 Drachms = 1 Silver stater

Drachm (Anaktorion) – obverse
Drachm (Anaktorion) – reverse
Drachm (Anaktorion)
(-320--280)
Silver – 2.48 g
Drachm (Anaktorion) – obverse
Drachm (Anaktorion) – reverse
Drachm (Anaktorion)
(-300--250)
Silver – 2.59 g – ø 14.0 mm
Drachm (Herakleia) – obverse
Drachm (Herakleia) – reverse
Drachm (Herakleia)
(-330--280)
Silver – 1.48 g – ø 13.0 mm
Drachm (Thyrrheion) – obverse
Drachm (Thyrrheion) – reverse
Drachm (Thyrrheion)
(-350--300)
Silver – 2.07 g – ø 13.0 mm
Stater (Alyzeia) – obverse
Stater (Alyzeia) – reverse
Stater (Alyzeia)
(-330--280)
Silver – 8.43 g
BCDAkarn# 68
Stater (Alyzeia) – obverse
Stater (Alyzeia) – reverse
Stater (Alyzeia)
(-330--280)
Silver – 7.73 g – ø 20.0 mm
BCDAkarn# 70
Stater (Argos Amphilochikon) – obverse
Stater (Argos Amphilochikon) – reverse
Stater (Argos Amphilochikon)
(-360--330)
Silver – 8.46 g – ø 19.0 mm
BCDAkarn# 128
Stater (Leukas) – obverse
Stater (Leukas) – reverse
Stater (Leukas)
(-375--330)
Silver – 8.44 g – ø 20.0 mm
BCDAkarn# 194
Stater (Anactorium) – obverse
Stater (Anactorium) – reverse
Stater (Anactorium)
(-350--300)
Silver – 8.49 g
GCV# 2250
Stater (Leukas) – obverse
Stater (Leukas) – reverse
Stater (Leukas)
(-400--375)
Silver – 8.3 g
GCV# 2277
Stater (Alyzeia) – obverse
Stater (Alyzeia) – reverse
Stater (Alyzeia)
(-330--280)
Silver – 8.00 g – ø 22.5 mm
HGCS# 4, 740, BCDAkarn# 60.3
Stater (Anaktorion) – obverse
Stater (Anaktorion) – reverse
Stater (Anaktorion)
(-435--436)
Silver – 8.44 g – ø 20.5 mm
HGCS# 4, 754
Stater (Anaktorion) – obverse
Stater (Anaktorion) – reverse
Stater (Anaktorion)
(-320--280)
Silver – 8.46 g – ø 20.5 mm
HGCS# 4, 755
Stater (Leukas) – obverse
Stater (Leukas) – reverse
Stater (Leukas)
(-350--320)
Silver – 8.55 g – ø 21.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 822
Stater (Thyrrheion) – obverse
Stater (Thyrrheion) – reverse
Stater (Thyrrheion)
(-360--320)
Silver – 8.45 g – ø 18.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 917, BCDAkarn# 373
Stater (Thyrrheion) – obverse
Stater (Thyrrheion) – reverse
Stater (Thyrrheion)
(-168--160)
Silver – 9.71 g – ø 25.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 921
Stater (Thyrrheion) – obverse
Stater (Thyrrheion) – reverse
Stater (Thyrrheion)
(-94--86)
Silver – 8.12 g – ø 22.0 mm
HGCS# 4, 923, BCDAkarn# 409
Stater (Argos Amphilochikon) – obverse
Stater (Argos Amphilochikon) – reverse
Stater (Argos Amphilochikon)
(-340--300)
Silver – 8.40 g – ø 19.0 mm
SNG Cop# 308, BCDAkarn# 135
Stater (Koronta) – obverse
Stater (Koronta) – reverse
Stater (Koronta)
(-350--300)
Silver – 8.22 g
SNG Cop# 323, BCDAkarn# 175.1
Stater (Leukas) – obverse
Stater (Leukas) – reverse
Stater (Leukas)
(-470--450)
Silver – 8.44 g – ø 20.0 mm
SNG Cop# 326-328

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