The radiologist George Severeanu was a passionate collector of antiquities (1879-1939). His collection of archaeological objects includes ancient Greek pottery, clay statuettes, bronze and marble objects, Roman glassware, ancient gems and cameos. George Severeanu’s numismatic collection, one of the most valuable in Romania, consists of approximately 9,000 objects from different historical periods. The numismatic material under analysis (62 items) consists of Greek gold and electrum coins struck in the 6th-3rd centuries BC in Asia Minor, Macedonia, Cyprus, Egypt, and Sicily, and additionally, Persian darics and Carthaginian staters. Observations will be presented on staters issued by Philip II, Alexander the Great and Lysimachus, some of them minted in the Greek cities on the Black Sea coast. All of the gold coins, some rare issues found in collections, were subjected to metal analysis.