Ancient (possibly) Greek Coin

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Juli A Ferrena, Aug 28, 2020.

  1. Juli A Ferrena

    Juli A Ferrena New Member

    Hello folks,

    Could you please help me identify this coin. And if you have any interesting historical facts about this coin, I would love to hear them.


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  3. Alex22

    Alex22 Active Member

    Not a full identification, and not an authentication at all, but the obverse shows the head of Tyche, and, judging from the writing on the reverse, the coin is supposed to be from Ionia (Smyrna), ~150 BC, Ancient Asia Minor.
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  4. Juli A Ferrena

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  6. Topcat7

    Topcat7 Still Learning

    Welcome to the Forum.
    My GUESS is (from the photos) not a coin but a 'Stylized Reproduction'.
    (But more qualified members may have a different opinion.)
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  7. Barry Murphy

    Barry Murphy Well-Known Member

    Just a modern trinket made for jewelry.

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  8. Juli A Ferrena

    Juli A Ferrena New Member

    Also, the coin is 24k.
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