Greece/Seleucid; Antiochus VII Sidetes BCE 138-129

AR Drachm, 3.93 g, 18 mm, 12h. Damascus mint dated COP=SE 176= BCE 137-136

SC 2097, De Clercq 187 (3.97 g according to LeRider/Seyrig in RN 1967), CSE 2, 621 (appears to be same dies, and is same weight). According to one expert on Seleucid coins with whom I spoke, he related that Antiochus VII Damascus drachms are "... rare but not unheard of...but great find for sure!"
There are two examples in the ANS, both apparently misdated SE 175. The examples are:
1944.100.77932 (3.89 g)
1961.179.100 (3.78 g)
O: Diad. Hd of Antiochus VII both diadem ends falling straight behind, fillet border
R: [BAΣI]ΛΕΩΣ [A]NTIOXOY in two lines on right, EYEPΓETOY on left, Nike Adv left holding wreath. Date lower right is COP below legend. To left field, ΛΕ above monogram.
Ex: CUd
Acquisition: 2008
Tantalus ID#35536

Greece/Seleucid; Antiochus VI Dionysus BCE 144-142/1

AR Drachm; 4.0 g, 17.5 mm, 12h. Antioch mint, --P = SE 169 or 170=BCE 144-142
Newell 244, BMC 4,65,6 (dealer's classification)
CSE I, 237 (same monogram), SC 2002.1d or SC 2002.2c (date is partial on the above example)

O: Diad, radiate hd of Antiochus r. border of dots

R: Apollo std l on omphalos holding arrow and bow, between legs IAP in ex. [--P] ΣΤΑInscription reads: BAΣIΛΕΩΣ/ ANTIOXOY/ EΠΙΦANOYΣ/ [ΔIONYΣOY]

Ex: CUd
Acquisition: 2008

Claudius II CE 268-270 ex Braithwell Hoard

AE Antoninianus, 2.76g., Rome mint CE 268-269,
RIC 34/6, RCV 11334, C. 84, Hunter p. lxxviii. Braitwell Hoard Report, #82 or #100 (3 examples in the hoard)

O: draped radiate bust right, IMP C CLAVDIVS AVG
R:, Fides standing left holding standards, FIDES EXERCI, XI in field right,

Dealer’s Note: very fine.

Ex: Braithwell Hoard (UK) cf. coin of Victorinus here from same hoard for info.

Ex: York Coins

Ex: gift from a friend CUd

Acquisition: 2008