Отличная монета в слабе.
MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC.
Gold stater, 8.52 g. Mint of Callatis (or Kalchedon), ca. 250-225 BC
Obv. Head of Athena with a large Corinthian helmet, a snake ornament below the plume.
Rev. ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ Nike standing facing looking to left, holding wreath in right hand and stylis over left shoulder, KAL monogram in left field, phi monogram below left wing.
Unlisted in Price 902.
NGC Encapsulated with a grade of CH AU, strike 3/5, surface 3/5, "lt scratches" mentioned. NGC attributes the stater to Kalchedon based on a recent article, but this is by no means accepted by all. The majority still attribute the coin to Callatis on the western coast of the Black Sea