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Macedon. Macedonian Kingdom - Philip III, 323-317 BC
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Macedon. Macedonian Kingdom - Philip III, 323-317 BC (In the Name and Types of Philip II, 359-336 BC). AR Tetradrachm (14.5g), Amphipolis mint, ca. 320/19-317 BC, struck under Antipater or Polyperchon.
Le Rider pl. 8, 9; SNG ANS 742; SNG 559-60.
Obverse: Head of Zeus right. Reverse: Horseman right, holding palm branch; below, acrostolium and Pi. Extremely Fine, superb high relief, sharp.
Ex: Coin Galleries, 1990.

C Property from the Estate of Oliver T. Banks
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Macedon. Macedonian Kingdom - Philip III, 323-317 BC

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Macedon. Macedonian Kingdom - Philip III, 323-317 BC (In the Name and Types of Philip II, 359-336 BC). AR Tetradrachm (14.5g), Amphipolis mint, ca. 320/19-317 BC, struck under Antipater or Polyperchon.
Le Rider pl. 8, 9; SNG ANS 742; SNG 559-60.
Obverse: Head of Zeus right. Reverse: Horseman right, holding palm branch; below, acrostolium and Pi. Extremely Fine, superb high relief, sharp.
Ex: Coin Galleries, 1990.

C Property from the Estate of Oliver T. Banks
Condition
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Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact and Doyle New York shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. Please contact the specialist department to request further information or additional images that may be available.

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