Specimen on a small flan, well centred, with regular wear,
with visible beading. Nice portrait of Artemis. Lovely reverse.
Black and sandy patina.
Metal: Bronze serratus.
Weight: 9.77 g
Diameter: 21 mm
Obverse: Laurelled head of Apollo facing right, with long hair
flowing down the neck.
Reverse: Apollo standing nude, left, holding an arrow
in the right hand and leaning with the left on
a tripod. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΣEΛEYKOY
Light weight. Centring hole visible on each side.
Rare R2 type.
Cf: BMC.22 var.
Seleucus IV Philopator (he who loves his father), the second
son of Antiochus III the Great (223-187 BC), oversaw large
military commands in the war fought between
the Seleucids, the Kingdom of Pergamon and the Romans.
Shipped via tracked, registered post.
- Greece (ancient)
- Year/Period and Variation
- ROYAUME SÉLEUCIDE - Séleucus IV Philopator - Double unité Æ (c. 187-175 av J.C) R2 TTB
- No. of items
- x 1
- Very fine