This coin has a wonderful provenance now capped by my research revealing it was part of the Bromberg Collection. The only note is that in the Bromberg II catalogue the coin is noted as being ex: El Fawar Hoard, when in fact according to Mildenberg it is ex: Beit Mirsim.
The link will take you to the posting for the coin with a variety of photographs including the plate photo from Mildenberg and other information.
AE 18mm, 3.21 g. Damascus mint , c. BCE 87-86/5
O: diad bust r. beardless, diadem ends falling straight behind, dotted border
R: BACΙΛΕΩC ANTIOXOV EΠIΦANOVC on right ΦΙΛΟΠΑΤΟΡΟC KAΛΛINIKOV, nude Apollo stg l. holding laurel branch and resting l elbow on a column. possible Π control mark outer left but not visible on this coin.
O: Radiate diademed hd of Antiochus IV r, one end of diadem flying up behind the other falling forward over the shoulder, dotted border.
R:[Β]ΑΣΙΛΕ[ΩΣ A]NTIOXO[Y] in two lines on r, ΘEOY EΠΙΦANOYΣ in two lines on the l., (ΘEOY beneath the thunderbolt) Zeus stg l, holding thunderbolt and sceptre.
SC 17.1 variety, WSM 915 (Newell dates these BCE 300-286)
O: Laureate hd of Apollo r with wavy locks on back of neck, dotted border. cmk of six pointed star on obverse.
R: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ on r., ΣΕΛΕΥΚΟΥ on l., Athena Promachos in Attic helmet stg, r., brandishing spear and shield, dotted border. controls inner l, and r. as depicted on p. 20 of SC I.
AE 18 mm, 6.13 g,
SC 2263.2 variety (possibly "e" variety??), SNG Spaer 2450 v.
O: Radiate, diademed hd of Antiochus VIII r., one diadem end waving behind the other falling forward over shoulder (off flan), dotted border.
R: ΒΑΣΙΛΙΣΣΗΣ ΚΛΕΟΠΑΤΡΑΣ in two lines on r. ΚΑΙ ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΥ in three lines on l., owl standing facing on fallen amphora. IE in the inner right field.
Date in ex on left, ٩Ρ (SE 190)
SC 2242.2 or .3, CSE 199 v
O: hd of young Dionysus r., wreathed with ivy, dotted border (scratches on obv)
R: BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ on r., AΛΕΞΑΝΔPOY on l., winged Tyche stg l., calathus on hd, holding ship’s tiller and cornucopiae.
Control to outer left above, aphlaston outer left below.
Lindgren III, 1219-1220 variety, SG 5897 variety, BMC 20, p. 279, 2 variety.
O: diad. hd of Zeus r., indistinct cmk at 9 o’clock but may be the “Cleopatra” cmk whose classification at present is speculative according to the Forum catalogue website. http://www.vcoins.com/ancient/forumancientcoins/store/viewItem.asp?idProduct=8672&large=0
R: Dioscuri stg facing
According to BMC, Chalkis is modern Anjar near Heliopolis (Baalbeq).
CSE 501 v, SC 2353.2, SNG Spaer 2729, CSE 2, 762
O: diademed hd of Antiochus IX r, with short, curly beard, diadem ends falling straight behind, dotted border.
R: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ANTIOXOY in two lines on r., ΦΙΛΟΠATPOPOΣ on l., Athena advancing r., spear on shoulder, holding shield. Control (monogram) E in inner l., field.
SC 1479, CSE 791
O: Radiate, diademed hd of Antiochus IV r., diadem ends falling straight behind, or one falling forward over shoulder, fillet border. Likely control on left is A over B
R: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ on r., ANTIOXOY on left, veiled goddess standing facing holding a long sceptre or torch, dotted border.
Potin Tetradrachm, 19 mm, 8.27 g, Year 1= March to
Emmett 4215 (1) R3, Milne 5062
O: laureate bust of Galerius r., ΓΑΛ ΜΑΞΙΜΙΑΝΟC K
R: Eagle Stg, l., hd right, wreath in beak, L A
Ex: Ephesus Numismatics (NC)