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BM01946

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II, Gold Stater

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 B.C.), Gold Stater. Mint of Magnesia ad Maeandrum, posthumous issue, struck c. 323-316 B.C. Laureate head of Apollo facing right, rev. ΦIΛIΠΠOY, charioteer, holing a kentron and reins, driving a fast biga right, a bee below, a spearhead in exergue, 8.53g., 12h (Le Rider, pl. 90, 15; SNG ANS 310-11 (this obverse die)). A few light marks on obverse, attractive style, extremely fine.

The head of Apollo on the obverse of this coin is of attractive style, the features resembling those found on portraits of Alexander the Great.

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