Description: ANCIENT COINS, GREEK, Kingdom of Egypt, Ptolemy I Soter (as Satrap, c.323-305 BC), Silver Tetradrachm, minted at Alexandria, struck c.309-305 BC, head of Alexander the Great facing right, wearing diadem and an elephant’s skin headdress, rev [A] ΛEΞANΔPOY , Athena Promachos advancing right, brandishing a spear and holding a shield, monogram on right, eagle standing to right below a helmet, 15.74g, 11h (Svoronos 164; SNG Lockett 3393; SNG Copenhagen -). Good very fine. from the David Sellwood Collection £500-700
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