Thrace, Mesembria, Silver Tetradrachm (16.35g, 36mm, reduced Attic Standard), struck in the name and types of King Alexander III of Macedon circa 125-65 BC. Obverse: Head of Herakles facing to the right, wearing lion skin headdress, paws tied before neck. Reverse: Zeus enthroned facing to the left, drapery flows around his waist onto crossed legs, holding eagle in outstretched right hand and long sceptre in left, Corinthian helmet to inner left field, “KAΛ” below right arm, “HPA” below throne, “ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ” downward to right, “AΛEΞANΔPOY” downward to left. Price-1087. Previously wiped and minor staining to obverse, otherwise well centred on a typical broad flan, a bold portrait of Herakles, good Very Fine, reverse Very Fine.