Authentic Parthian silver drachm coin of King Gotarzes II minted circa A.D. 40-51 set in 18K yellow gold.
Handmade in Rome.
Measurements: Coin Ø 18mm · Necklace length 42cm
Coins began to be minted for Parthian rulers after the accession of Mithridates I (ca. 171-138 B.C.). Silver was the main metal and mints were located in over twenty cities. The drachm was the primary denomination and most were minted at Ecbatana: tetradrachms were produced almost exclusively in Seleucia-Ctesiphon. Most coins feature a Parthian king’s portrait on the obverse facing left and either a seated archer or a standing figure and fire altar on the reverse, surrounded by an inscription.
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*Due to the unique process of hand carving coins in ancient times, there may be a few stylistic differences from the image shown. Each piece is provided with a certificate of authenticity.