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Ancient Coins of Cleopatra VII of Egypt. 51-29 BC
YES, THE FAMOUS ONE.
Queen Cleopatra VII Philapator, Last of the Ptolemies, Greek Rulers of Egypt. Wonderful bronze coins bearing her portrait! Dispite her depictions in films and other popular culture, these coins depict the true nature of what the famous Queen Cleopatra of legend really looked like. These are extremely rare, particularly with nice portraits like these!


Cleopatra VII Thea Neotera, 50 - 31 BC. Nice bronze 40 drachmai obol. Minted at Alexandria, Egypt. Her draped bust rt, hair in bun / Eagle standing left on thunder-bolt, , double cornucopia and M in field. ref: Svoronos 1872; SNG Copenhagen 422-4. 23.1 mm, 8.63 g. Broken and repaired. A budget example of a tough to get coin! #CE2029: $350


Cleopatra VII Thea Neotera, 50 - 31 BC. Nice bronze 40 drachmai obol. Minted at Alexandria, Egypt. Her draped bust rt, hair in bun / Eagle standing left on thunder-bolt,
, double cornucopia and M in field. ref: Svoronos 1872; SNG Copenhagen 422-4. 20 mm, 7.14 g. Fine, brown patina. Nice portrait! ex-CNG. #289167: $750 SOLD

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Incredible Countermark of Cleopatra!
Antioch, Seleucis & Pieria, struck c. 90-89 BC. Heavy bronze AE22 coin. Originally depicted laureate head of Zeus right / Zeus enthroned left with Nike and sceptre, ANTIOXEWN THS MHTROPOLEWN KAI AYTONOMOY. Struck with a crisp countermark depicting the head of Cleopatra during her reign (c. 51-29 BC), thereby claiming "ownership" of it as legal tender in her Egypt. It was used to mark coins circulating in the Syro-Phoenician territories which were given to her by Mark Antony. 22 mm, 10.55 g. with beautiful olive-green patina. Ex-Savoca Numismatik GmbH, Munchen, Germany. I seriously considered keeping this one for my own collection! #CE2067: $375
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