Anyone know what this is?

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by SharkbaitLucky, Jul 8, 2020.

  1. SharkbaitLucky

    SharkbaitLucky New Member

    Hi all, can anyone help me identify this? I found it in a world coin lot that was primarily European with some Africa, Asia, and a little bit of almost everything else!

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  3. PeteB

    PeteB Well-Known Member

    Possibly a Seleucid (ancient Greek) bronze coin (One of the Antiochos successors?). Reverse has Apollo seated left. I can't make out the obverse, but it seems to be a female (?) goddess facing right.
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  4. SharkbaitLucky

    SharkbaitLucky New Member

    Thanks! Yeah, it seems to be a female racing right but not sure. That sure helps me a lot, thanks again. I think I was staring at it for way to long that I got it stuck in my head that Apollo was walking/in stride, not seated, but clearly seated.
  5. David@PCC


    The female is always Seleucus III. Quite a few varieties of this type though.
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