BABYLONIAN DOUBLE DARIC – PHI-LAMBDA ISSUE – CHOICE VF NGC GRADED PERSIAN COIN (Inv. 14232)
PERSIA, BABYLONIA (ALEXANDRINE EMPIRE), 328-311 BC.
Gold Double Daric, 16.73 g., 19 mm, struck in Bablyon, likely around 328-311 BC.
Obv. Persian hero or king, in kneeling-running stance right, holding spear and bow, Φ above Λ in left field.
Rev. Large incuse with wavy linear pattern.
NGC graded CHOICE VF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5, the obverse die quite worn with the control monogram partly effaced.