Topcat7 Posted August 2, 2022 · Member Share Posted August 2, 2022 (edited) I have been cleaning some 'old' (pardon the pun) coins and have been surprized at some of the finds. Here I found a 221-179 B.C. Tetrachalcone of King Philip V, of Macedon. AE18mm., 4.43gm. Obv: Head of hero Perseus right, wearing winged Griffin helmet Rev: B A above Eagle standing left on a lightning bolt, wings open, head right. EP monogram to the left Amphipolis mint Ref: SNG Cop. 1276 var. (This brings my 'Macedon' coin total to 60. Not something I was aiming for but something that just 'happened'.) Edited August 2, 2022 by Topcat7 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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