Seleucid Empire AR Tetradrachm Seleucus I (312-281 BC) Ch VF NGC

Seleucid Empire AR Tetradrachm Seleucus I (312-281 BC) Ch VF NGC

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This Ancient Silver Tetradrachm comes from one of the Diadochi, Seleucus I, who, after the death of Alexander the Great divided his Empire amongst themselves. An amazing example of a Tetradrachm over 2300 years old!

Coin Highlights:

  • Silver Tetradrachm from the Seleucid Empire. 300-281 BC. 17.05 grams.
  • NGC has certified this coin is in Very Fine condition.
  • Strike: 4/5, Surface: 3/5.
  • Obverse: Head of Herakles right wearing lion skin.
  • Reverse: Zeus Aetophoros seated left, monogram in left field and below throne.

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