UNCERTAIN MINT 67, IN NORTHERN MESOPOTAMIA, PERHAPS CARRHAE
Silver tetradrachm, Apollo on omphalos type
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Obv.: Dademed head of Antiochus r. (Type Ai), with youthful features, long sideburn, and hair in bangs over forehead, diadem ends falling in gentle waves, dotted border.
Rev.: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ on r., ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΥ on l., Apollo slight drapery on thigh, seated l. on omphalos, testing arrow and resting l. hand on grounded bow.
Reference: Private collection, California, ex Pecunem 21, 7 September 2014, lot 316.
Obverse die links with SC 1117.1-3. If the reading of the recut control is correct, it would validate Newell’s original association of Seleucid Coins‘ Uncertain Mint 67 issues with Susa.