Cappadocian Kingdom. In the name of the Seleukid King Antiochos VII, 138 to 129 BC, but struck later. Silver tetradrachm

Ancient Coins - Cappadocian Kingdom. In the name of the Seleukid King Antiochos VII, 138 to 129 BC, but struck later. Silver tetradrachm
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Denomination : Silver tetradrachm.  Mint : Uncertain Cappadocian mint.

Date : Lorber & Houghton, �Cappadocian Tetradrachms in the Name of Antiochus VII�, NumChron 2006, Series 1, Issue 3, makes a case for this issue to have been struck in Cappodicia some time after Antiochos death, possibly 20 to 25 years later.

Reference : Sear-7092 var. Class VIII, SC 214.3.

Size : 29.8 x 31.3 mm.  Weight : 16.81 grams.

Grade : gVF

Obverse : Head of Antiochos VII right.

Reverse : Athena standing slightly left, holding a small figure of Nike, with a shield and spear to the right, with BASILEWS ANTIOXOU to the right, and EUERGETOU to the left, with two monograms below her hand, and the mint control mark O to the right.

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Rates for: 10/19/18

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