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(DD-G 068) Ptolomy V Octadrachm COPY

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Ptolemy V. ruled Egypt from 204 to 180 B.C. Ptolemy V married CleopatraI, the daughter of Antiochus III of Syria. The obverse of this replica of a gold octadrachm shows the bust of Ptolemy V facing right. The reverse shows an eagle facing left standing on thunderbolt. (Sear 7852) This is a gold plate lead-free pewter replica. Each coin is stamped 'COPY' on the reverse. Payment methods: Seller accepts PayPal.

 

 

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Priced $17.90. Categorized under Coins & Paper Money >> Coins: Ancient >> Greek (450 BC-100 AD). Condition: New. Ptolemy V. ruled Egypt from 204 to 180 B.C. Ptolemy V maried CleopatraI, the daughter of Antiochus I of Syria. The obverse of this replica of a gold octadrachm shows the bust of Ptolemy V facing right. The reverse shows an eagle facing .