@Theodosius once more. Recognizing one's mistakes is a virtue, isn't it? This coin seems far too western for Parthicus, and bcuda to my knowledge doesn't collect Sicilian electrum either. It just has "Theodosius" written all over it: the fine style, the remarkable grade, the precious metal, the lavish toning... I am running out of Sicilian coins to show in these contest threads, so I'll have to bring out this teeny tiny pegasus: Sicily, Kephaloidion, AE13 (onkia?), c. 305–280 BC. Obv: head of Herakles, wearing lion skin headdress, r. Obv: Pegasus flying r. 13mm, 2.24g. Ref: HGC 2, 653; SNG ANS Additions 1320.