Solid silver Alexander the Great Tetradrachm struck at the Amphipolis mint sometime between 315 BC and 294 BC. Mounted in a modern rope braid Vermeil setting in a 22 karat gold plate finish over pure silver. At the top of the setting, a pharaoh to represent Alexanderís conquest of Egypt.
315- 294 BC
1 1/2Ē x 1Ē
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