Greek; Seleucid; Antiochus IV Epiphanes BCE 175-164

AE 15 mm, 3.01 g, 12h, Antioch mint , BCE 175-c. 173/2
CSE 112-114 v, SC 1407 v (appears control mark is unlisted)
According to a response from ODH regarding this coin and it's unrecorded control, he wrote: "This does indeed look like an unrecorded monogram. It looks to me like you have a new example of an imitative type of the Antioch Laodice/elephant series. The style is a little unusual." (October 2008).
Further research may bring into question the first portion of ODH's assessment. E.T. Newell's The Seleucid Mint of Antioch notes precisely this "unrecorded" monogram on page 21 and notes "Hunter" as the source. It appears that this monogram may have been missed? As for the "new example of an imitative type" this appears certain.

O: Hd of Laodike IV r.
R: elephant hd left BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ/ANTIOXOY in ex. Ξ A

Ex: CUd
Acquisition: 2006

Indo-Greek, Northern India

Autonomous Local Coinage of Pushkalavati, circa 185 TO 168 BCE,
rectangular AE 1 1/2 Karshapanas, 20 x 18 mm, 10.3 g.
M # 4401-4403 v

O: elephant advancing right, ghadya,
R: Lion , chaitya and swastika

Ex: Amphora
Re: Pushkalavati, the Wikipedia notes the following: Pushkalavati is an ancient site situated in Peshawar valley in Sarhad, Pakistan. It is located on the banks of Swat River, near its junction with Kabul River , now it is known as Charsadda. Puskalavati meaning Lotus City was the capital of ancient kingdom Gandhara from the 6th century BC to 2nd century AD.
The ruins of Pushkalavati consist of many stupas and sites of two old cities.
Map of Pakistan below shows the general area in discussion, which is highlighted in red.

Greek; Kingdom of Macedon; Alexander III BCE 336-323

AR Drachm; 4.22 g, posthumous issue minted in Ionia; Magnesia circa BCE 319-305
Price 1980a

O: Herakles hd in lion skin right
R: Zeus std left AΛΕΞANΔPOY, misc. monograms

Purchased in 1978.