Eastern (probably Danubian) Celtic. Silver tetradrachm imitating those of Philip II. ca. 3rd century BC.

Ancient Coins - Eastern (probably Danubian) Celtic. Silver tetradrachm imitating those of Philip II. ca. 3rd century BC.
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Denomination : Silver tetradrachm imitating type of Philip II of Macedonian.

Size : 23.3 x 24.4 mm.  Weight : 13.89 grams.

Reference : Sear-203 variety (there are hundreds of variations on this type).

Grade : gVF for wear but the metal is just a touch grainy.

Obverse : Head of Zeus right.

Reverse : Youth riding a horse right, with a circle below the horses belly, and a few crude Greek letters above the horse which a derived from Philip's name but slightly garbled. What it appears to read is FIPI.

Price SKU: vcoin2025
US$ 255.00
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  • CAD 332.30

Rates for: 10/19/18

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