Rummaged through the local dealer's junk bins today and found a pretty interesting, if a bit cruddy, small AE from Macedon, Alexander the Great's uncle Perdikkas III. The reverse has a lion breaking a javelin in its jaws. The obverse is pretty crusty, but the lion is of a pretty fine style with less crust. Attribution is my best guess - any corrections much appreciated. Any other Perdikkas III's out there? Macedonia Kingdom Æ 15 Perdikkas III (c. 365-359 B.C.) Aigai or Pella Mint Head of young Hercules right / ΠΕΡΔΙΚ / KA above & below lion standing right, holding broken javelin in his jaws. Sear 1515; B.M.C. 5.2,3 (3.85 grams / 15 mm) Here's today's haul - just some Canadian & UK tokens - not really a collector, but I liked how they looked and the price was right.