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First denomination

His name means 'the one who weighs' and points to the earliest function of coins as standardised weights.

The Stater represented a trustworthy unit which was essential for successful trade. In circulation from 600 BC to AD 50, it became the predominant unit of coinage throughout ancient Greece and beyond and was also imitated in ancient Europe.

Please find below some beautiful examples.

Stater - First denomination 

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