Agrigentum Silver Decadrachm Sicily 412 B.C.

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$ 25.00

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 Agrigentum, Sicily Ancient Greek Silver Decadrachm 412 B.C.

It is assumed that this remarkable coin was issued for the victory of Exainetos of Akragas in the Olympic games of 412 B.C.

Obverse: Two Eagles standing on the dead hare, locust in the field at right
Reverse: Helios in a chariot drawn by four galloping horses with an eagle flying above

Diameter: 35 mm

Silver-plated, lead-free metal with finished patina, made in the USA.
Packaged in a coin collecting flip with the description of the coin printed on the flip insert.


2 reviews for Agrigentum Silver Decadrachm Sicily 412 B.C.

  1. Rick Warner (verified owner)

    Wow! It’s hard to tell but the eagle in the foreground is ” screaming”. THANKS!

  2. Melchiorre (verified owner)


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