Kings of Macedon, Philip II, gold Stater | The Royal Mint

Kings of Macedon, Philip II, gold Stater

Struck at Pella, Greece

  • Ancient Greek Coin
  • Over 2300 years old
  • Father of Alexander III, the Great
  • 8.58g

From the Kingdom of Macedon this Gold Stater was stuck during the reign of Philip II. On the obverse is the head of Apollo and on the reverse is a charioteer with galloping horses with a thunderbolt beneath them. This coin was struck around 340-328 B.C. and is in Very Fine condition.

*Please note: This coin is a representative of the condition of the coin you will receive. As all ancient coins are unique, your individual coin may vary to the image displayed.

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