Greece/Seleucid; Antiochus I Soter BCE 280-261


AR Drachm, 18 mm, 3.98 g., Seleucia on the Tigris mint, BCE c. 278-274 (per Newell)

ESM 158, SC 380.2b

O: diad. Hd of Antiochus I, r, dotted border.

R: BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ on the r., ANTIOXOY on the l., Apollo, slight drapery on r.thigh std l., on omphalos, testing arrow and resting l., hand on grounded bow.

Controls on outer r and l. 

Greece/Seleucid; Antiochus VI Dionysus BCE 144-142

AE 20 mm, 4.46 g, Antioch mint

Winterthur III, 5012, SC 2007b (this coin)

O: Radiate and diademed hd of king r., one diadem tie falling forward over shoulder, dotted border.

R: [BAΣΙΛΕΩΣ/A]NTIOXOY in two lines above panther, [E]ΠΙΦANOYΣ/ [ΔI]ONYΣOY in two lines below, panther stg l., foreleg raised, head facing, broken spear in mouth.

Primary control above panther’s tail: ΣTA

Secondary control: palm branch

Planchet appears to have been broken in antiquity.