PTOLEMY I SILVER TETRADRACHM – ALEXANDER IN ELEPHANT SKIN CAP AND ATHENA ALKIDEMOS – CHOICE XF NGC GRADED GREEK PTOLEMAIC COIN (Inv. 12099)
EGYPT. PTOLEMAIC KINGDOM. Ptolemy I as Satrap, 323-305/4 BC
Silver Tetradrachm, 15.60 g., 28 mm., struck at Alexandria, ca. 311-305 BC.
Obv. Head of Alexander the Great wearing an elephant skin cap.
Rev. AΛEΞANΔPOY, Athena Alkidemos striding right, with raised spear and shield, Corinthian helmet above eagle and HP monogram in right field.
Svoronos 17064; cf. SNG Copenhagen 27.
NGC graded CHOICE XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 3/5, “graffito” noted.