The reverse of an ancient Greek gold stater, struck in the name of the brilliant King Philip II of Macedon. Issued by the Pella mint, circa 340 BC. Showing Philip II racing a two horse chariot. The horses rearing and snarling as Philip leans forwards, gripping the reins in one hand and raising his goad with the other, his cloak billowing in the rushing wind. The Greek legend below reads, "Of Philip"