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 options2826 coins found.
Order by: face value - ruling authority - date - reference
Coins per page: 10 - 20 - 50 - 100
Pages: 125507582 - 83 - 84 - 85 - 86 - 87 - 88 - 89 - 90 - 91 - 92100125142

Lopadusa - Sicily - Litra

12 Onkiai = 1 Litra • 5 Litrai = 1 Attic standard drachm

BronzeÆ18 – obverse
BronzeÆ18 – reverse
BronzeÆ18
(200 BC - 100 BC)
Bronze • 2.79 g • ⌀ 18.0 mm
CNS# 3, SNG Cop# 485
BronzeÆ15 – obverse
BronzeÆ15 – reverse
BronzeÆ15
(400 BC - 300 BC)
Bronze • 2.68 g • ⌀ 15.0 mm
CNS# 4, SNG Cop# 477
BronzeÆ12 – obverse
BronzeÆ12 – reverse
BronzeÆ12
(200 BC - 100 BC)
Bronze • 2.90 g • ⌀ 12.0 mm
CNS# 5
BronzeÆ17 – obverse
BronzeÆ17 – reverse
BronzeÆ17
(200 BC - 100 BC)
Bronze • 2.86 g • ⌀ 17.0 mm
SNG Cop# 483
BronzeÆ15 – obverse
BronzeÆ15 – reverse
BronzeÆ15
(400 BC - 300 BC)
Bronze • 3.97 g • ⌀ 15.0 mm

Lycian league - Lycia - Drachm

Drachm (Olympos) – obverse
Drachm (Olympos) – reverse
Drachm (Olympos)
(100 BC - 88 BC)
Silver • 2.54 g • ⌀ 15.0 mm
BostonMFA# 2090

Lysimacheia - Thrace - Drachm

12 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
(309 BC - 220 AD)
Bronze • 1.4 g • ⌀ 10 mm
Moush# 5518

Lyttos - Crete - Drachm

Stater – obverse
Stater – reverse
Stater
(420 BC - 320 BC)
Silver • 11.68 g • ⌀ 27.0 mm
SvoronosCr# 12
Stater – obverse
Stater – reverse
Stater
(320 BC - 270 BC)
Silver • 11.68 g • ⌀ 27.0 mm
SvoronosCr# 21
Stater – obverse
Stater – reverse
Stater
(320 BC - 270 BC)
Silver • 10.17 g • ⌀ 24.0 mm
SvoronosCr# 57

Magnesia - Lydia - Drachm

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

Bronze Æ24 (Magnesia ad Sipylum) – obverse
Bronze Æ24 (Magnesia ad Sipylum) – reverse
Bronze Æ24 (Magnesia ad Sipylum)
(200 BC - 100 BC)
Bronze • 8.45 g • ⌀ 24 mm
SNG Cop# 242, SNG BN# 624
Bronze Æ15 – obverse
Bronze Æ15 – reverse
Bronze Æ15
(138-276)
Bronze • 2.6 g • ⌀ 15 mm
BMC Greek# 25
Bronze Æ11 – obverse
Bronze Æ11 – reverse
Bronze Æ11
(238-244)
Bronze • 1.6 g • ⌀ 11 mm
BMC Greek# 33

Magnesia ad Meandrum - Ionia - Drachm

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

Bronze Æ14 – obverse
Bronze Æ14 – reverse
Bronze Æ14
(200 BC - AD)
Bronze • 2.1 g • ⌀ 14 mm
BMC Greek# 40
Bronze Æ10 – obverse
Bronze Æ10 – reverse
Bronze Æ10
(350 BC - 190 BC)
Bronze • 1.2 g • ⌀ 10 mm
SNG Cop# 802
Bronze Æ15 – obverse
Bronze Æ15 – reverse
Bronze Æ15
(350 BC - 190 BC)
Bronze • ⌀ 15 mm
SNG Cop# 814
Trihemiobol – obverse
Trihemiobol – reverse
Trihemiobol
(400 BC - 350 BC)
Silver • 0.86 g • ⌀ 9.5 mm
SNG Cop# 810

Magnetes - 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
(150 BC - 130 BC)
Bronze • 4.63 g • ⌀ 16.0 mm
Chalkon – obverse
Chalkon – reverse
Chalkon
(150 BC - 130 BC)
Bronze • 2.47 g • ⌀ 15.0 mm
Chalkon – obverse
Chalkon – reverse
Chalkon
(100 BC - 1 BC)
Bronze • 3.95 g • ⌀ 14.0 mm

Pages: 125507582 - 83 - 84 - 85 - 86 - 87 - 88 - 89 - 90 - 91 - 92100125142

Numista referee for this country is Stavros.

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