Ancient Gold - Greek
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PERSIA, as part of the Alexandrine Empire and an issue by a Satrap of Babylon of uncertain Satrap. double daric, issued in Babylon 328/3-311 B.C., (16.71 g), obv. the great king to right in kneeling-running stance, holding spear and bow, quiver at his back, letters **P on left and E right, rev. striated oblong incuse, (cf.S.4679, Carradice pl. XV, 53 var. cf.Nicolet-Pierre, Travaux Le Rider, p. 296-9, and Pl.30, 6). A few minor flaws on the obverse, otherwise nearly extremely fine and extremely rare, apparently unpublished.
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