14k Gold double sided coin pendant. This is a replica coin. The original was struck during the lifetime of Alexander, c.325-323 B.C. KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, The Great (336-323 B.C.), was a Silver Dekadrachm about 42.28g. Minted at Babylon, Head of young Herakles facing to right, wearing a lion’s skin headdress. The head of Herakles was most likely intended to have been symbolic of Alexander and there has been speculation, although there is no evidence to support it, that the facial features might be those of Alexander himself...Rev. Zeus, naked to waist, his left foot resting on a footstool, enthroned to left, holding an eagle in his outstretched right hand and a scepter in his left, a small bee in the left field, a monogram and M below the throne.