Help ID of two THICK Greek coins please

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by coin0709, Sep 22, 2020.

  1. coin0709

    coin0709 CT Supporter

    1st coin - 10.64 g, 20.5 mm
    2nd coin - 13.30 g, 22 mm

    thank you!
     

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  3. furryfrog02

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    Both look to be Alexandrian billon tetradrachms. I'm on my phone right now so can't get further than that.
     
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  4. Roman Collector

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    Both are tetradrachms of Alexandria.

    The first of Aurelian, year 4, Elpis reverse, Emmett 3936. The second one is of Philip I (Philip the Arab), year 4, Dikaiosyne reverse. Emmett 3477.
     
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  5. coin0709

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    Thank you so so much!
     
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  6. coin0709

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    Looks like the Aurelian is quite a rare variety?
     
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