Ptolemy III Gold Otodrachm from 246-222 B.C.
This is one of the most impressive of all ancient gold coins that contains just under a full ounce of gold.
The detail and strike in this example is well above average, hence the Fine Style designation from NGC.
The obverse depicts Ptolemy III wearing a crown and a trident behind him. The reverse shows a cornucopia, reflecting the vast wealth of Egypt.
A phenomenal coin and highly recommended.
Arinsoe II, Gold Octodrachm, Struck 270/68 B.C.
This coins is one of the most famous and desirable of all ancient gold coins and contains just under an ounce of pure gold.
The bust of Arsinoe on the obverse of the coin was common since she was part of the royal family. In fact the pharaohs and their wives were even considered godly.
On the reverse you will find a cornucopia which reflects the vast wealth of Egypt at the time.
NGC Ancients has designated this truly beautiful coin to be Fine Style and of the highest quality.