SYRIA, Seleukis and Pieria, Antioch(?). AE Tetrachalkon? Fouree tetradrachm?

Ancient Coins - SYRIA, Seleukis and Pieria, Antioch(?). AE Tetrachalkon?  Fouree tetradrachm?
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SYRIA, Seleukis and Pieria
Antioch(?). 1st century BC
AE Tetrachalkon?  Fouree tetradrachm?
Laureate head of (Philip I Philadelphos?) right / Zeus seated left, holding Nike
12.57 g, 25-26 mm
see e.g.: HGC 9, 1360; RPC 1, 4124 ff; SC 2464-6
This well-worn rather porous bronze coin is of the size and design of silver tetradrachms of Antioch from late Seleucid into Roman times (which continued the use of the Philip type). The large bronze coins of this size (see HGC 9, 1366-9) had a similar reverse but had Zeus on the obverse.  Possibly missstruck with the wrong planchet? Or very debased silver?  Perhaps more likely, it might be the core of an ancient plated piece (a fourree) whose plating has worn off? It could be merely a modern imitation, but it does appear to be struck rather than cast.
ex WKR collection
 
 
 
价格 品种: 110129
US$ 41.00
  • € 37.05
  • £ 32.87
  • AUD 60.35
  • CHF 40.64
  • CAD 54.41

利率: 09/19/19

发货从: United States