Greek Silver & Bronze Coins - Celtic - Susanian
SYRIA, Kingdom of, Alexander II (Zebina), (128-123 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (16.51 g), unattributed issue to Northern Syria, issued 128-123 B.C., undated, obv. diademed head of Alexander II to right, filleted border, rev. Zeus Nikephorus seated to left on throne holding Nike and sceptre, on right **BASILEOS* to left **ALEXANDROU* to left monograms of **CID*, under throne AB, (S.7115, SC 2246, Babelon 1285, Tresors 30.349, HGC 9, 1149f [R2]). Extremely fine, slightly off centred on the obverse, fl;an crack, very rare.
Ex Dr. L.J. Sherwin Collection and from R.Loosley (Antiquarius) November 8, 1994 from list 31, February 1994 (item 26) and from Baldwin's London.
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