@robinjojo regarding Athenian owls, he is a knowledgeable collector regarding these emissions and I have become very interested in the different type of owls. Mostly the transitional and archaic pieces interest me and I hope to obtain one in the near future. He was in able to to explain me more about these types and he introduced me to the many interesting (eastern) 'imitations', which are a lot more than I thought! Since I had no owl yet, @robinjojo offered me very kindly to send one of his owls for me to enjoy and learn from, which I am extremely thankful of and is a wonderful and generous act. This is what makes this coin community so awesome and different from the rest! Thank you very much again. After many issues at customs (which luckily resolved), I received this nice and interesting tetradrachm: It could be an official issue from Athens, but it is also possible that this is one of those more obscure 'eastern' imitations, minted across the other side of the Mediterranean sea. Looking at how the test cut is placed, it seems that the person (perhaps a non-Greek) did not care to offend Athens nor Athena. Perhaps it was even done intentionally! Please share your Athenian owls and imitations.