Ancient Greek Macedonia Philip II silver 1/5 Fifth Tetradrachm coin
Ancient Greece > Macedonia > Philip II (time of Kassander-Demetrios), 359-336 BC: AR 1/5 (Fifth) Tetradrachm (13.5 x 14mm, 2.6g), Amphipolis mint, struck under Philip III or Alexander IV, circa 323-315 BC. Head of Apollo facing right, hair bound with tainia / horseman facing right, with star & AP monogram below + legend? 44, 13; SNG ANS 583; medallic alignment; AEF/EF, well centered reverse & well struck with good luster. These options can be selected on check-out. -- Prospective buyers in countries without postal relations with Israel can receive orders via a third country. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins: Ancient\Greek (450 BC-100 AD)". The seller is "jerusalem-stamps" and is located in this country: IL.