Alexander III the Great (336 - 323 B.C). Bronze Coin, four chalkoi (hemiobol) Obverse: Head of Herakles, wearing lion skin. Reverse: AΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ, thunderbolt and club above, quiver and bow below. Reference: Price 269 4.85; 17mm However, it is always nice to upgrade a piece, especially if it is worn. After all it is just an upgrade, not a replacement. Plus a spare never hurts It is not entirely the same type, this one is minted in Asia Minor rather than Greece, and it is posthumous. Kingdom of Macedon. temp. Philip III – Antigonos I Monophthalmos. Circa 323-310 BC. Æ Unit. Uncertain mint in Western Asia Minor. Obverse: Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin. Reverse: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ. Bow-in-bowcase and club; torch below. Reference: Price 2800. 6.19; 19mm Ex. Dr. W. R. Collection. Ex. CNG Electronic Auction 350, Nr. 103 Post any relevant coins, your favorite coins and your coin collecting stories!