• 14KR Mount Copper Widow's Mite Pentant Circa 103 - 76 B.C.
    14KR Mount Copper Widow's Mite Pentant Circa 103 - 76 B.C.
    Coin Type: Widow's Mite Denomination: Prutah ruler: Alexander Jannaeus Mint: Judaea Country: Palestine Date: circa 103-76 B.C. Metal: 14KT Rose Gold Obverse: Star of eight pellets surrounded by diadem Reverse: upside down anchor within circle Chain sold separately Coin Type: Widow's Mite Denomination: Prutah ruler: Alexander Jannaeus Mint: Jud...
    845-00139
  • 14KR Mounting Admiral Gardner Pendant 1808
    14KR Mounting Admiral Gardner Pendant 1808
    Coin type: East Indian Denomination: Ten Cash Ruler: George The III Mint: London Country: England Date: 1808 Metal: Copper Provenance: Admiral Gardner Framing: 14KT Rose Gold Obverse: Two lions with shield in between Reverse: Persian inscription of coin's value Chain sold separately Coin type: East Indian Denomination: Ten Cash Ruler: George The III Mint: London...
    845-00138
  • 18K .07TDW Widow's Mite Pendant Circa 103-76 B.C.
    18K .07TDW Widow's Mite Pendant Circa 103-76 B.C.
    Coin Type: Widow's Mite Denomination: Prutah Ruler: Alexander Jannaeus Mint: Judaea Country: Palestine Date: Circa 103- 76 B.C. Metal: Bronze/Copper Framing: 18KT 7 Diamonds: .07 CT G-H SI1 Obverse: Upside down anchor within circle Reverse: Star of eight pellets surrounded by diadem Chain sold separately Coin Type: Widow's Mite Denomination: Prutah Ruler: Alexander Jannaeus Mint: Jud...
    845-00143
  • 4 Reale Toledo Mint 1622
    4 Reale Toledo Mint 1622
    Description: Hand-struck Spanish silver coin Denomination: Four Reale Mint: Toledo Weight: 13.6 grams Resign: Phillip III Date: 1622 Chain sold separately Description: Hand-struck Spanish silver coin Denomination: Four Reale Mint: Tole...
    845-00168
  • Acient Greek Dove 360-330 B.C. Coin Pendant
    Acient Greek Dove 360-330 B.C. Coin Pendant
    Coin type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Hemidrachm Ruler: Greek Mint: Sikyon Country: Sikyonia Date: Circa 360-330 B.C. Metal: Silver Framing: 14KT Obverse: Chimera standing left, with right paw ready to defend Reverse: Dove, with spread wings, flying left Coin type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Hemidrachm Ruler: Greek Mint: Sikyon Coun...
    845-00133
  • Admiral Gardner Shipwreck Coin Pendant 1808
    Admiral Gardner Shipwreck Coin Pendant 1808
    Coin Type: East Indian Denomination: Ten Cash Ruler: George The III Mint: London Country: England Date: 1808 Metal: Copper Provenance: Admiral Gardner Framing: Sterling Silver Obverse; Two lions with shield in between Reverse: Persian inscriptions of coin's value Chain sold separately Coin Type: East Indian Denomination: Ten Cash Ruler: George The III Mint: London...
    845-00162
  • Ancient Greek 14K Pegasus Drah Coin Pendant
    Ancient Greek 14K Pegasus Drah Coin Pendant
    Date: 400-350 B.C. Denomination: Stater Mine: Corinth Metal: Silver Mount: 14K yellow gold The legend of Peagasus dates back to the 8th century B.C. in the Fable by the Greek Poet Hesiod. These coins became affectionately known as "Foals" throughout the Greek period and were held in high esteem because of their beauty and heavy silver content. Pegasus was adopted by the wealthy city-state of Corinth as her symbol. Pegasus translates to strong in Greek. Chain sold separately Date: 400-350 B.C. Denomination: Stater Mine: Corinth Metal: Silver Mount: 14K y...
    845-00167
  • Ancient Greek Boy on a Dolphin Coin Pendant Circa 400-200 B.C.
    Ancient Greek Boy on a Dolphin Coin Pendant Circa 400-200 B.C.
    In this ancient tale, Taras, the young son of Poseidon, god of the sea and earthquakes, is aboard a ship that sinks in a raging storm. Menacing sharks circle the helpless youth and when all seemed lost, the man-eating threats flee because of the swift attacking pod of dolphins, sent by Poseidon to the rescue. According to ancient legend, Taras was put safely ashore in southern Italy by a dolphin, where he subsequently founded the city of Taras. Framed in 18kt gold In this ancient tale, Taras, the young son of Poseidon, god of the sea and earth...
    845-00073
  • Ancient Greek Gorgon Coin Pendant Circa 350-300 B.C.
    Ancient Greek Gorgon Coin Pendant Circa 350-300 B.C.
    Coin Type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Hemidrachm Ruler: Greek - City States Mint: Parion Country: Mysia (Ancient North Central part of Modern Turkey) Date Circa 350 - 300 B.C. Metal: Silver Framing: 18 KT Certificate Number: 30562 Obverse: Bull standing left looking back. Flower between his legs. Reverse: Gorgoneion head facing forward, tongue protruding. Coin Type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Hemidrachm Ruler: Greek - City States Min...
    845-00015
  • Ancient Greek Helios Coin Pendant Circa 250-230 B.C.
    Ancient Greek Helios Coin Pendant Circa 250-230 B.C.
    Coin Type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Didrachm Ruler: Greek - City States Mint: Rhodos Country: Carian Islands Circa 250-230 B.C. Metal: Silver Framing: 18 KT Rose Gold Certificate Number: 36405 Obverse: Head of Helios radiate three-quarters face to right hair loose. Reverse: Rose with bud. Athena to the left. Magistrates name MNASIMAUS above. Coin Type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Didrachm Ruler: Greek - City States Mint:...
    845-00097
  • Ancient Greek Owl Of Athens Coin Pendant Circa 445-423 B.C.
    Ancient Greek Owl Of Athens Coin Pendant Circa 445-423 B.C.
    Coin Type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Tetradrachm Ruler: Greek - City States Mint: Athens Date: Circa 445-423 B.C. Metal: Silver Framing: 14 KT Certificate Number: 14791 Obverse: Head of Athena right, wearing helmet ornamented with three olive-leaves and floral scroll. Reverse: Owl standing right, head facing, in erect posture. To left, moon crescent and olive leaves, to right AOE. Chain not included. Coin Type: Ancient Greek Denomination: Tetradrachm Ruler: Greek - City States Mi...
    845-00094
  • 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