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Lot 2941    SESSION 11 (9.30AM THURSDAY 4TH APRIL)    Ancient Gold Coins - Greek

Estimate $3,500
SOLD $3,600

MACEDON, Kingdom of Philip II, (359-336 B.C.), gold stater, (8.58 g), Amphipolis II mint, issued c.340-328 B.C., obv. head of Apollo to right with laureate wreath, rev. galloping biga to right driven by charioteer holding kentron in right hand, reins in left hand, horizontal thunderbolt below horses, in exergue **FILIPPOU*, (cf.S.6663, Le Rider Group II cf.Pl.78-79, SNG ANS 259-2620). Some mint bloom, of fine style, extremely fine and very scarce.

Ex Noble Numismatics Sale 88 (lot 3361).

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