|Collection:||Arthur S. Dewing Collection|
|Die Axis:||270 degrees|
|Date:||ca. 334 BC - ca. 330 BC|
Obverse Type: Two ears of barley
Acq. Spink, 1940.
Commentary: C.M. Kraay, Archaic and Classical Greek Coins (1976), p.195, notes that this gold issue, with a weight higher than that of (377), "is a tetrobol of the Attic standard, as employed for gold at Taras," and suggests that the double barley ear may indicate the denomination.