Seleucus I "The Victor" 312-281 BC Seleucid Kingdom - Ancient Greek Tetradrachm Silver Coin, Types of Alexander III (NGC Ch VF) Strike: 4/5, Surface: 3/5

Obverse Heracles / Reverse Zeus

  • Lot number 2004981
  • Total bids 16
  • Winning bid $405.00
  • Buyer's premium $68.85
  • Total $473.85

Over 2,000 year old ancient silver Greek coin. Coin has been authenticated, encapsulated and graded based on condition, strike and surface by NGC.

Ruler: Seleucus I, types of Alexander III

Date: 312-281 B.C.

Weight: 17.04 grams

Despite not receiving his share of the fallen king’s empire until several years later, Seleucus I Nicator ( Victor) was one of the more capable of the successors to the kingdom of Alexander the Great upon his death in 323 BCE. Seleucus and his descendants established what became known as the Seleucid Empire which lasted nearly 250 years.

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