Lot of 11 Coins: Greek: 1 Illyrian Silver Epeirote Republic tetradrachm coin with double portraits: Zeus Dodonaios, wreathed with oak and Dione, veiled. A charging bull and inscriptions, all within an oak-wreath on the reverse. 238-168 BC (1"); 1 Silver Lysimachus tetradrachm coin with a portrait of the deified Alexander the Great with the royal diadem and ram's horns that identify him as the son of Zeus Ammon on the obverse. On the reverse, a seated Athena with spear and shield, her right hand extended on which stands the figure of Nike. Nike crowns the first letter of Lysimachus name. The lion's head on Athena's shield may also refer to Lysimachus. 297-281 BC (1"); Macedonian: 1 Silver Alexander the Great tetradrachm coin struck at the Amphipolis mint sometime between 315-294 BC. (1"); 1 Silver Alexander the Great tetradrachm coin struck at the Amphipolis mint sometime between 336-323 BC. (1"); 1 Silver Alexander the Great drachm coin struck at the Amphipolis mint sometime between 315 BC and 294 BC. (1/2"); 1 Silver Larissa drachm coin. Head of nymph Larissa on the front. On the back, a horse grazing. 350-340 BC (3/4"). Parthian: 2 Silver drachm coins with a male portrait on the front. Reverse of coin depicts a seated archer and inscriptions. 247 BC-228 AD (3/4"); 1 Silver Mithradates II drachm coin. A portrait of a male with a short beard on the obverse, an enthroned archer surrounded by Greek inscriptions on the reverse. 123 - 88 BC (3/4"); Egyptian Kingdom: 1 Silver Ptolemy tetradrachm coin with a portrait on the front, an eagle standing with various inscriptions on the reverse. Greco-Egyptian. 150-50 BC (1"); Comes in a shadow box.