Alexander the Great REPLICA of an Original Coin Medallion

Made of Silver

Diameter: 2.5" (65 mm)

Item No.

Hellenistic Age (4th-1st century B.C.)

This Item is an Identical Museum Reproduction

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You've seen plenty of tetradrachms of Philip of Macedon and Alexander the Great and are familiar with their standard portraits and designs - this is something completely different and far more sophisticated! Here is a unique opportunity to own spectacular reproduction of one of the most impressive ancient coinage masterpieces. This is an AUTHENTIC COPY REPLICA of medallions which the Roman Empire awarded at the games and contests held in the cities of Macedonia, in honor of Alexander the Great and his father Philip of Macedon in 230 AD. The original coin is in gold and is property of Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris - NOTE THAT THERE IS ONLY ONE SUCH COIN IN THE WORLD (unlike Alexander's tetradrachm which are plentiful) - this is an AUTHENTIC REPRODUCTION of that single original and is marked with the logo of the owner BnF. Because the original coin in Paris is priceless - this reproduction is most special and unique among all reproductions of ancient coins. All other reproductions came from coins which have known value.
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