The wonderful obverse ANT monogram is definitely for Antigonos. ... buuuut is that for Gonatas, as usually implied? Or Doson? Is the NK related to the same NK as the ATGs? What in the world is the monogram on the reverses top right? TNK(??)?? The reverse BAEL certainly claiming to be king. And, the most obvious question of this marvel of ignominy is, whoes monogram is on the bottom of the reverse, DIE(?), Doson, some magistrate or place??? Antigonos II Gonatas 277/6-239 BC. Æ 18mm (3.85 g). Macedonian shield with monogram of Antigonos in central boss / Macedonian helmet; three monograms around. SNG Copenhagen 1222. Very fine. Ex: Savoca The coins reverses upper left monogram surely resembles the NK that we saw half a century earlier in the name if Alexander the great. Unfortunately mine cuts off the bottom of the K. Alexander III the Great 336-323 B.C. Æ 1/2 unit (15 mm, 3.82 g, 11 h). Salamis mint, Struck under Nikokreon, ca. 323-315 B.C. Facing Gorgoneion in the center, forming central boss of Macedonian shield ornamented with five double crescents / B-A, crested Macedonian helmet with cheek guards; caduceus to left, NK monogram to right. Price 3162; SNG Alpha Bank 851. VF, black patina with some earthen highlights. Former: Savoca Next up, literally and symbolically, my smashingest club... with a curious reverse also. All of this type, wishes they could look this good. But for some reason I couldn't guess the "I" was either not on the die or taken off the coin in antiquity. Philip V, 221-179 BC. Hemiobol (Bronze, 17 mm, 5.01 g, 12 h), circa 186-183/2 BC. Macedonian shield with whorl/six crescents in boss. Rev. BA ΦI (I curiously missing) around club. Mamroth, Bronzemünzen 16. SNG Kikpe 450. SNG München 1169-71. Well centered, pleasant green patina. Very fine. Ex: Savoca And lastly, a happy lil fella that I got for a song thanks to the sad off centering of the reverse. Still a lovely bit of ancient design and artistry LYDIA. Philadelphia. Ae (Circa 1st century BC). Obv: Macedonian shield with star on boss. Rev: ΦΙΛΑΔЄΛΦЄΩΝ. Winged thunderbolt within wreath. Control: Monogram above. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 343-7 (Monogram). Extremely fine. 2.68 g. 13 mm. Former: Savoca Ideas are appreciated. Got sources?? And u know what I want to see!... or whatever questions you long for answering!