Ancient Greek 'God of the Sea' Poseidon Bronze Coin
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Own a genuine coin from Ancient Greece


Own a genuine coin from Ancient Greece

*** JUST 10 currently available***

Today you have the chance to own a genuine Ancient Greek coin featuring Poseidon. This coin is over 2,200 years old and was issued in the famous historic Empire of Ancient Greece.

The coinage of Ancient Greece

Greek coins used a combination of figures, symbols and inscriptions to symbolize each ruler’s territory. Each city state in Ancient Greece was said to be protected by a certain character from Greek mythology and one of the most identifiable features of Greek coinage are the Gods and Goddesses which are struck on many of the coins of the time.

In Ancient Greek mythology, Poseidon was worshipped as the God of the Sea and is often portrayed with his best known weapon, the trident, which he used to shake the earth and create storms, causing devastating earthquakes and Tsunamis.

Coins were hugely important as a medium of exchange and an important store of value and source of prestige in Greek society. And today they stand as a fascinating insight into this incredible ancient culture.

These coins are genuine artefacts – now you can secure one for your collection!

Now you can own this genuine piece of ancient history – something most people think can only ever be preserved in museums!

Unfortunately, because of the extreme scarcity of these coins we only have a limited number available, so you will need to act quickly to secure yours.

Click ‘Add to Basket’ to secure your Ancient Greek coin today…

Order Ref 185/W383/0
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Price £145.00 (+ £3.99 p&p)


  • Diameter: 19mm
  • Metal: Bronze
  • Obverse: Poseidon
  • Reverse: Trident flanked by dolphins

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.