NGC MS 5/5 3/5 - Attica, Athens AR Silver Tetradrachm (440-404 BC) - Uncirculated - Highest Quality Strike, Near-High Quality Surface - Shiny, Lustrous, and Compact - Overall in great condition! NGC or Numismatic Guaranty Company grades, dates, and authenticates prevents fakes from being sealed in NGC container almost most coins, but specifically ancient coins.On the front face of the NGC coin container, the owl portion of the Attica, Athens AR Tetradrachm is brilliantly and masterfully displayed as if fresh from production, and the back face of the container features the lustrous display of an ancient face of Athena conceptualized, likely earlier, but around 440-404 BC. The display of the face of Athena is the high mark of this coin, as the helmet and face seem smooth, lustrous, and overall pleasant to witness. The addition of a near-perfect and pristine (uncirculated) display of the earring piece worn by the Athena figure, and the full owl image provides collectors with a unique perspective on the AR Tetradrachm coin often not always decipherable due to low strike, and surface quality(however high in popularity), however is observable here.
Being likely minted in Attica, Athens by around 440-404 BC, this uncirculated MS AR Tetradrachm successfully displays an aspect of Greek political, religious, economic, cultural identity, and has well-withstood the 1000 + of years which have past! Add this to your collection today! Unique Features: Full earring piece, and neck piece. Coin Weight: 17.18 grams.
MS 5/5 Strike, 3/5 Surface. If interested, use the Bar Code or Number above the Bar Code to obtain more information regarding this coin sealed by NGC. Feel free to contact me with any question regarding specifics to the item.