Forgetting this type is somewhat difficult, as they are very recognizable. So when a collector I know, who's down-scaling his collection, put it online, I immediately pulled the trigger: GREECE, Anonymous. Denomination: AR Diobole, minted: Ionia, Ephesos; 387-295 BC Obv: Bee with straight wings Rev: Є Φ, ethnic in field above two stag's heads facing one another. Weight: 0.92g; Ø:9mm. Catalogue: SNG von Aulock 1835, BMC 53. Provenance: Ex. T. Nuij collection; acq.: 05-2020 One has to realize that these coins are in fact quite small - something that is easily forgotten with macro photography. "In hand", the surface is less grainy, as the small granular texture simply is not discernible with the naked eye. Please post your coins from Ephesos, or anything that was on your wish list until recently.