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Ancient Greek Stater Coin Pendant Circa 400-300 B.C.

Ancient Greek Stater Coin Pendant Circa 400-300 B.C.

774-00151

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.

  • Manufactured by: Arca
1 Units in Stock
$2,750.00