• Ancient Greek Stater Coin Pendant Circa 400-300 B.C.
    Ancient Greek Stater Coin Pendant Circa 400-300 B.C.
    Corinth, one of the richest and most important cities of ancient Greece, gained its wealth from the control of the isthmus connecting Peloponnesos and central Greece. On Corinthian staters, Pegasus appears walking or leaping to the left or right and with or without a bridle. On the reverse, the head of Athena, the patron goddess of Athens, is shown with a Corinthian battle helmet. A feature of great interest is that the Corinthian stater (this coin) is the one which shows the most sophisticated design and is certainly the most pleasing to the eye. This rare silver coin is framed in 18kt gold. Certificate Number: 774-00151 Chain not included. Corinth, one of the richest and most important cities of ancient Greece, gained ...
    774-00151
  • Ancient Greek Zeus Coin Pendant Circa 196-146 B.C.
    Ancient Greek Zeus Coin Pendant Circa 196-146 B.C.
    Coin Type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Stater Ruler: Greek-City States Mint: Thessaly Country: Thessalian League Date: Circa 196-146 B.C. Metal: Silver Framing: 18 KT Certificate Number: 33240 Obverse: Laureate bust of Zeus, Greek god of thunder, mightiest of the Olympian gods. Reverse: Athena Itonia advancing right brandishing spear holding shield. Chain not included. Coin Type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Stater Ruler: Greek-City States Mint: The...
    845-00014
  • Ancient Indo-Greek Drachm Coin Pendant Circa 170-150 B.c>
    Ancient Indo-Greek Drachm Coin Pendant Circa 170-150 B.c>
    Minted under the rule of Apollodotus I (160-150 B.C.), this coin demonstrates the Greek influence by the very name of it's denomination - the Greek drachm. Greek is also found on the inscription of the king's name on the elephant side of the coin. The drachms of the Apollodotus are some of the earliest of the Indo-Greek coins which are bilingual. Featuring both a side inscribed with the king's name in Greek, and a reverse side with it's distinctive Indian Brahma bull written in traditional Kharoshthi script. This coin is mounted in 18K with 1.10tdw diamonds. This coin is pictured with 19" multi-strand black spinel necklace with vermeil elephant detail. Purchased separately, style #757-00127, $5365. Minted under the rule of Apollodotus I (160-150 B.C.), this coin demonstrates th...
    845-00051
  • Ancient Roman Denarius Coin Pendant Circa 145-170 A.D.
    Ancient Roman Denarius Coin Pendant Circa 145-170 A.D.
    Faustina was the younger daughter of Roman emperor Antonius Pius and the wife of emperor Marcus Aurelius. She was given the title of Augusta to honor the birth of their first child in A.D. 146. She bore many children, one of whom was the future emperor Commodus. This silver denarius coin is mounted in 14K with a cabochon ruby detail. It was in circulation between 145-170 A.D. Chain not included. Faustina was the younger daughter of Roman emperor Antonius Pius and the wife of...
    845-00021
  • Ancient Roman Imperatorial Coin Pendant Circa 49-48 BC
    Ancient Roman Imperatorial Coin Pendant Circa 49-48 BC
    This silver coin was minted by Julius Caesar between 49 and 48 B.C. This artifact was hand set in 18kt gold with .15tdw diamonds. This silver coin was minted by Julius Caesar between 49 and 48 B.C. This artifac...
    845-00074
  • Ancient Roman Imperial Coin Pendant Circa 14 - 37 B.C.
    Ancient Roman Imperial Coin Pendant Circa 14 - 37 B.C.
    This silver denarius is referred to as the tribute penny and is talked about in the Bible. "Well, then," Jesus said, "give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and give to God what belongs to God." His reply completely amazed them.' - Mark 12:17 This artifact is hand set in 18kt gold. This silver denarius is referred to as the tribute penny and is talked about in ...
    845-00009
  • Artful Images 18K Enameled Palm Tree Pendant
    Artful Images 18K Enameled Palm Tree Pendant
    Artful Images 18K medium enameled palm tree pendant with .03tdw diamonds. Chain not included. Price is subject to change. Artful Images 18K medium enameled palm tree pendant with .03tdw diamonds. Chain ...
    238P-.03
  • Atocha 2 Reales Grade I Pendant
    Atocha 2 Reales Grade I Pendant
    Denomination: 2 Reales Date: 1621-1623 Reign: Philip IV Mint: Potosi Origin: The Atocha Shipwreck Weight (g): 6.25 Grade: I Chain sold separately Denomination: 2 Reales Date: 1621-1623 Reign: Philip IV Mint: Potosi Origin: The...
    845-00165
  • Atocha Shipwreck Grade III Coin Pendant Circa 1598-1621
    Atocha Shipwreck Grade III Coin Pendant Circa 1598-1621
    As a military escort, the Atocha carried an entire company of 82 infantrymen to defend the vessel from attack and possible enemy boarding. For this reason, she was the ship of choice for wealthy passengers and carried an extraordinarily large percentage of the fleet's treasure. Unfortunately, firepower could not save her from the forces of nature. In a sudden storm, the Neustra Senora de Atocha, sank September 4, 1622, off the coast of Key West, Florida. The Atocha was discovered in 1985 by the famed treasure salvor, Mel Fisher of Key West. Maybe rivaled only by the opening of King Tut’s tomb, the Atocha was estimated to have close to a billion dollars in sunken treasure. Over 350,000 silver cob coins, such as this one, were tallied, along with numerous gold and priceless artifacts, thousands of rough emeralds and hundreds of 70 pound silver bars, used as ballast in her hull. G-III, 2 Reales, Framing: Sterling Silver. Chain not included. As a military escort, the Atocha carried an entire company of 82 infantrymen to ...
    845-00101
  • Atocha Shipwreck Grade III Coin Pendant Circa 1621
    Atocha Shipwreck Grade III Coin Pendant Circa 1621
    As a military escort, the Atocha carried an entire company of 82 infantrymen to defend the vessel from attack and possible enemy boarding. For this reason, she was the ship of choice for wealthy passengers and carried an extraordinarily large percentage of the fleet's treasure. Unfortunately, firepower could not save her from the forces of nature. In a sudden storm, the Neustra Senora de Atocha, sank September 4, 1622, off the coast of Key West, Florida. The Atocha was discovered in 1985 by the famed treasure salvor, Mel Fisher of Key West. Maybe rivaled only by the opening of King Tut’s tomb, the Atocha was estimated to have close to a billion dollars in sunken treasure. Over 350,000 silver cob coins, such as this one, were tallied, along with numerous gold and priceless artifacts, thousands of rough emeralds and hundreds of 70 pound silver bars, used as ballast in her hull. G-III, 2 Reales, Framing: 14K. Chain not included. As a military escort, the Atocha carried an entire company of 82 infantrymen to ...
    845-000095
  • Atocha Two Reales Circa 1598-1621 Grade II Pendant
    Atocha Two Reales Circa 1598-1621 Grade II Pendant
    Coin type: Spanish Cob Denomination: Two Reales Ruler: Philip III Mint: Potosi Country: Bolivia provenance: Shipwreck Atocha Date: Circa 1598-1621 Metal: Silver Framing: Sterling Silver Grade: II Obverse: Crowned Hapsburg shield surrounded by legend, mint and assayer at left, value at right Reverse: Cross of Jerusalem with which lions and castles are quartered surrounded by legend Chain sold separately Coin type: Spanish Cob Denomination: Two Reales Ruler: Philip III Mint: Potosi C...
    845-00125
  • Bahamian Dollar Coin Pendant Circa 1966
    Bahamian Dollar Coin Pendant Circa 1966
    Bahamian 1966 one dollar coin pendant framed is sterling silver. Chain not included. Bahamian 1966 one dollar coin pendant framed is sterling silver. Chain not inclu...
    845-00153