The Stater denomination
The Stater was an ancient Greek or Lydian denomination, which circulated from the 8th century BC to AD 50. It was also struck in gold by Celtic tribes.

The silver staters minted at Corinth weighed 8.6 grammes, and was divided into three silver drachmae of 2.9 g. It was roughly equivalent to the Athenian didrachm, which weighed 8.6 g.

Apart from the Corinthian stater, one of the most iconic staters is the Turtle/Incuse stater from Aegina - an important early trading currency.

(1) Koson/Cotis c. 40-25 BC
Obverse: togate L. Junius Brutus between two lictors left; KOΣΩN
Reverse: eagle left, holding wreath and scepter in talon
Ref: Iliescu 2; RPC I 1701B; BMC Thrace ...
(2) Aegina c. 510-485 BC
Obverse: turtle, row of dots on the back
Reverse: incuse square ( “Union Jack” pattern)
Ref: Milbank 3; BMC Attica, p. 126, 3; S...
(3) Aegina c. 450 BC
Obverse: Land tortoise
Reverse: Square incuse with skew pattern.
Ref: None provided
(4) Aegina 470 - 440 BC
Obverse: Sea Turtle
Reverse: Large square "skew pattern" incuse
Ref: SNG Delepierre 1524 HGC 435
(5) Ambracia 426-404 BC
Obverse: Pegasus
Reverse: Head of Athena, strigel behind, A before. Die flaw before Athena's face
Ref: Calciati-35
(6) Azbaal c. 449-425 BC
Obverse: Herakles right, wearing lion's skin, holding bow in extended left hand and club over shoulder in his right hand
Reverse: lion attacking stag, crouching right; all within incuse square; lOZBOl
Ref: Zapiti & Michaelidou 5-6; Tziambazi...
(7) Corinth 345-307 BC
Obverse: Pegasos flying left, Q below
Reverse: Helmeted head of Athena right; ithyphallic herm and N behind
Ref: Pegasi I 385; Ravel 1068
(8) Kaunos 450-430 BC
Obverse: Iris? running left holding kerykeion and wreath
Reverse: Baetyl, granulated patterns resembling birds on either side
Ref: Dewing 2359 (same dies); Konuk, "Th...
(9) Korinthos c. 515-450 BC
Obverse: Pegasos with reins left; Ϙ
Reverse: head of Athena wearing Corinthian helmet and necklace right within incuse square
Ref: Ravel 129 var.
(10) Kroton 480-430 BC
Obverse: Tripod; in left field, marsh bird
Reverse: Incuse tripod
Ref: Historia Numorum 2102; SNG ANS 266;...
(11) Leukas 375-350 BC
Obverse: pegasos flying left; Λ
Reverse: head of Athena left wearing Corinthian helmet; ΛEYKA_ΔIΩN / Π
Ref: Pegasi 48/1
(12) Mazaios 361/0 - 334 BC
Obverse: Baal seated left, holding sceptre; B'LTRZ // T in Aramaic
Reverse: lion bringing down bull left, attacking with teeth and claws; MZDI in Aramaic
Ref: cf. Casabonne series 2, group A; cf...
(13) Metapontion 540-510BC
Obverse: MET or META, Ear of Barley
Reverse: Incuse of obverse
Ref: cf. SNG ANS 209-259
(14) Metapontion c. 330-290 BC
Obverse: head of Demeter right wearing grain ears, triple pendant earring and necklace
Reverse: ear of barley with leaf to right; plough right; META / MAX
Ref: Johnston Class C1:4; HN Italy 1581
(15) Metapontum 510-470 BC
Obverse: Barley ear
Reverse: Same type incuse
Ref: None provided
(16) Side c. 460-430 BC
Obverse: pomegranate
Reverse: head of Athena right wearing Corinthian helmet and necklace, within incuse square
Ref: Atlan 16 (O15/R14); SNG BN –; Weber...
(17) Soloi 410-375 BC
Obverse: Head of Athena right
Reverse: Wine grapes
Ref: SNG v. Aul. 5864 var.
(18) Thasos 500-480 BC
Obverse: Nude Satyr in kneeling-running stance to right, carrying off a protesting nymph
Reverse: Quadripartite incuse square
Ref: SNG Copenhagen 1010-1011; HGC 6, 33...
(19) Thessalian League 47-46 BC
Obverse: Head of Zeus right, wearing laurel wreath; [I]TAΛO[Σ] behind
Reverse: Athena Itonia advancing right; [Δ]IO-KΛHΣ above spear, N-I in inner fields
Ref: McClean 4797-8; SNG Copenhagen 277