Greek Mythology Apollo & Lyre Coin Son of Zeus Greek God of the Sun 30S - B00Z8M6GTO

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  • Apollo: Greek God Of The Sun With One Of His Attributes The Lyre. (398 - 395 B.C.) (23mm- 7 G)

  • OBVERSE: Laureate Head of Apollo facing right.

  • REVERSE: Greek Letters Surrounding kithara (Lyre)

  • These are NOT ANCIENT COINS. They are made of the highest quality, Lead & Nickel Free Pewter and plated in real Gold or Heavy Sier Plate with an Antique Finish. They are accurately detailed and have been molded from Museum Quality Reproductions.

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  • My coins have been used in the productions of "Shakespeare in the Park" in New York City's Central Park, The Canadian production company for the Percy Jackson movie "Sea of Monsters", The TV series "Elementary" and several museums sell my coins in their gift shops. This coin depicts Apollo, the Greek god of the Sun, wisdom, prophecy, music, and medicine on the obverse. Considered "the most Greek of all gods," Apollo is often shown playing the stringed musical instrument, the lyre. His playing delighted the other gods on Olympus, making them forget all else. So it`s appropriate that a lyre is shown on the reverse. Apollo’s symbols or attributes are the sun, the lyre, the bow, and the chariot he drives the sky daily. He was creative, handsome, and supportive of all the arts. Apollo was the son of the supreme god Zeus and Leto a nymph. He, like his father Zeus, frequently enjoyed the charms of nymphs. His twin sister was Artemis. Apollo also is associated with the cure of diseases. His most famous children were the semi—divine singer Orpheus and Asklepios, the god of healing.

    Greek Mythology Apollo & Lyre Coin Son of Zeus Greek God of the Sun 30S - B00Z8M6GTO