THE COINS OF ROMAN ANTIOCH, copyright 2007. Michel Prieur lists what appears to be the same coin (without photos) in his book THE SYRO-PHOENICIAN TETRADRACHMS AND THEIR FRACTIONS, from 57 BC to AD 253, copyright 2000, and cites 3 examples. My coin has a different reverse than the coin illustrated by McAlee as 1027A. McAlee acknowledges that the coin he illustrates came from the Michel Prieur collection. The coin pictured in McAlee's book was auctioned by CNG last September for $345.00, see photo below. Strangely this very same coin now has what appears to be an ink stain in front of the bust of Philip II that doesn't appear in McAlee's photo . There is no doubt these are the very same coins . Does any CT member know who bought this coin or its whereabouts ? CNG states "Extremely rare, Prieur did not own this example when he published his book, and none in Coin Archives". Antioch, Syria, Philip II as Caesar, AD 244-247 (struck 247), Billon Tetradrachm: 27 mm, 10.70 gm, 12 h.