Seleukid Kingdom. Antiochos VII, 138 to 129 BC. AE 14. JERUSALEM MINT

Ancient Coins - Seleukid Kingdom. Antiochos VII, 138 to 129 BC. AE 14.  JERUSALEM MINT
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These small lily bronzes of Antiochos VII are thought to be the first coins struck at Jerusalem, having been issued by Antiochos VII during a campaign in Judaea when he captured Jerusalem in 132 BC.

Denomination : AE 14

Reference : Sear Greek-7101.

Size : 13.8 x 15.0 mm.  Weight : 2.04 grams.

Grade : Fine, a little off-center on the reverse, slightly rough. 

Obverse : Lily.

Reverse : Anchor with BASILEWS ANTIOXOU above and to right, and EUERGETOU to the left (much of the inscription is off the flan, but finding one of these with a full inscriptions would be difficult).

Price SKU: vcoin4491
US$ 42.50
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Rates for: 10/23/18

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