Obverse: Head of Alexander the Great w/horn of Ammon and flowing hair.
Reverse: AESILLAS above club between money chest and quaestor’s chair.
Struck on a large flan. Diameter: 29 mm
Macedonia was the homeland of Alexander the Great; one hundred and seventy-five years after the creation of his great empire, Macedonian fell to the Roman empire. This coin was struck during Roman rule.
Alexander with flowing hair is much different than the Alexander the Great coin’s of Lysimachus and Ptolemy with portraits that depicted a great conqueror.
The reverse of this coin has the name and insignia of Aesillas, who was the Roman quaestor in charge of public revenues and expenditure during the time this coin was struck
Stamped with the word copy, BECKER is stamp on the rim
Silver plated lead free pewter, made in the USA
Packaged in a coin collecting flip with the description of coin printed on flip insert.