Sorry. Just not enough room for my entire thread title. Let’s get this straight. This IS gonna be a thread celebrating the myth of possibly one of, if not, the baddest dudes that ever picked up a club... but not for the reasons you’ve predisposed in your logarithm of, “What’s Ryro gonna say next?” catalogue. Alright, alright. It does have to do with a Macedonian shield. Don’t look so self satisfied. My newest avatar to be exact: KINGS OF MACEDON. Philip III Arrhidaios (323-317 BC). Ae 1/2 Unit. Uncertain mint in western Asia Minor. Macedonian shield; on boss, head of Herakles facing slightly right. Helmet. Controls: kerykeion to right, monogram to left. Price 2803. 3,85 gr. 15 mm I was thinking to mice elf, “This has gotta be one of the best looking 3/4 facing Herakles MSCs I’ve seen and am so pleased to have snagged it up... “ Others O mine for comparison: Big Ol but, what else is out there? There are so many different images of Herakles (or Melkart for that matter) from so many distant societies and all their different celators. And each design of each die. I wanna see em all! Post all of those coins of that snake strangling, son of Zeus, family slaying, 12 labors smashing and all around Chuck Norriseque, Herakles! I’ll get the party going with: Alexander III the Great 336-323 B.C. AE 20 (19.5 mm, 5.74 g). Uncertain mint in Western Asia Minor, ca. 323-310 B.C. Head of Alexander the Great as Hercules right, wearing the lion-skin headdress / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ, bow in bow-case above and club, the weapons of Hercules; torch in field below MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Alexander III the Great (336-323 BC). AR tetradrachm (15.98 gm). About VF, countermark, graffito. Late posthumous issue of Perga, dated CY 27 (195/4 BC). Heracles wearing lion-skin, AΛEΞANΔPOY, Zeus seated left on backless throne, right leg drawn back, feet on ground line, eagle in right hand, scepter in left; KI in left field, Seleucid anchor countermark in rectangle in outer right field. Price 2941 Gades, Spain AE As 100-20 BCE Obv. Head of Herakles-Melqartleft, wearing lion's skin. Rev. Two tunnies left, pellet within crescent between, puniclegend around. Burgos 1339. Brown patina Lysias BAKTRIA, Indo-Greek Kingdom. Circa 130-125 BC. Æ (20x20mm, 8.82 g, 12h). Indian standard. Head of Herakles right, lion’s skin tied around neck, club over shoulder / Elephant advancing right; monograms in exergue. Bopearachchi 8A; SNG ANS 1040-7. VF, dark green patina.Ex: Timeline Auction I would love all things, in abundance, celebrating Herakles/Hercules/Malqart etc al. Tell your favorite stories and please post all those coins!