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SOLD Elephant Bronze Coin Pendant. Please Explore Our Greek Pendants For Similar Items.
  • Indo-Greek 155-130 BC, Elephant and club of Hercules bronze coin in 14k gold pendant.
Lion Hemidrachm Earrings
  • Greek 386-338 BC, Lion hemidrachms in 14k white gold earrings.
Sikyon Dove Triobol Pendant
  • Greek 330-280 BC, Dove and Chimaera triobol in 14k gold pendant.
Artemis and Lightning Bolt Pendant
  • Greek Syracuse 317-289 BC, Artemis and winged lightning bolt bronze coin in 14k white gold pendant.
Gorgon Drachm Pendant
  • Greek 480-450 BC, Gorgon and anchor drachm in 14k white gold pendant.
She Wolf and Roma Nummus Pendant
  • Roman Empire AD 330 - 336, She-Wolf Suckling Twins nummus in 14k white gold pendant.
Pegasus and Bacchus Denarius Pendant
  • Roman Republic 90 BC, Pegasus and Bacchus denarius in 14k white and yellow gold pendant.
Minerva and Victory Denarius Pendant
  • Roman Republic 100 BC, denarius with Minerva and Victory Chariot in 14k gold pendant.
Roma and Victory Denarius Pendant
  • Roman Republic 150 BC, Roma and Victory Chariot denarius in 14k white gold pendant.
Angel and Phocas Solidus Pendant
  • Byzantine AD 603-607, Angel and Emperor Phocas gold solidus in 18k gold pendant.
Jesus Christ Follis Pendant
  • Byzantine 976-1025, bronze follis in 14k gold pendant.
Byzantine Virgin Mary Bronze Cross Pendant
  • Byzantine Empire 10th-12th century, Virgin Mary in orans prayer bronze cross pendant.
French King Charles VIII Ecu Pendant
  • French 1483-1498, Charles VIII ecu d'or au soleil in 14k gold pendant.
Queen Elizabeth I Sixpence Pendant
  • English 1576, Elizabeth I sixpence in 14k white gold pendant.
King Philip IV Half Real Ladies Ring
  • Spanish 1/2 real dated 1627, in 14k gold ladies ring.
El Cazador Shipwreck Half Real Pendant
  • Spanish 1/2 real dated 1783 in 14k gold pendant, The 1784 Shipwreck that Changed America.
King Philip II Spanish 1 Real Pendant
  • Colonial Spanish Mexico 1 real 1571-1589, in 14k gold pendant.
King Philip III 2 Maravedis Earrings
  • Spanish King Philip III 2 maravedis dated 1619, in 14k gold earrings
King Philip III Two Escudos Doubloon Pendant
  • Spanish 2 escudos "Doubloon" 1610-1617, in 14k gold anchor pendant.
Concepcion Shipwreck 4 Reales Pendant
  • Spanish 4 reales circa 1634-1641, in 14k gold pendant, 1641 Shipwreck Silver Shoals Dominican Republic.


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Early Types of Coin Minting

Hammered coinage describes the most common form of coins produced since the invention of coins in the first millennium BC until the 15th-17th centuries.
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Ancient Greek Coinage

The History of Ancient Greek coinage can be divided into three periods, the Archaic, the Classical, and the Hellenistic. The Archaic period extends from ...
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Greek Mythology - Age of Gods

Of all the things that have survived the passage of time between ancient Greece and today, the Greek myths are probably the most enduring.
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Olympian Gods & Goddesses

The Romans adopted gods and goddesses that were very similar with the same attributions as the Greek gods and goddesses however they had different names.
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Ancient Roman Coinage

The Roman currency during most of the Roman Republic and the western half of the Roman Empire consisted of coins including the aureus (gold), ...
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Colonial Spanish Cob Coins

From the 16th to 18th centuries, "Cob" coins, also known as Macuquinas, were minted and used heavily in the territories of the New World.
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The Spanish Treasure Fleets

In 1492 Christopher Columbus commanded the first Spanish exploratory voyage across the Atlantic Ocean, leading to Europe's eventual colonial engagement....
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Piracy in the Caribbean

The era of piracy in the Caribbean Sea began in the 16th century and died out in the 1720s after the navies of the nations of Western Europe with colonies ...
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Famous Caribbean Pirates

Jean Fleury - Born in Vatteville and financed by shipowner Jean Ango, french privateer Jean Fleury was Spain's nightmare. In 1522, he captured seven ...
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