336-323 B.C. Alexander The Great Bronze, Helmet


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If you appreciate the daring feats of Greek heroes and the excitement of hand-to-hand combat, you`ll want this bronze coin issued by Alexander the Great! Son of Philip II of Macedonia, Alexander carved out an empire that stretched from the Mediterranean to India - the greatest the world had ever seen. Issued at the time of Alexander`s most important battlefield victories, each ancient coin depicts equipment that warriors of his legendary army carried into battle. On the obverse is the Macedonian battle shield with Zeus` thunderbolt in the center. A plumed Macedonian helmet is on the reverse. These 2,300-year-old coins are seldom seen, and we have only a limited quantity available, so order yours right away!