I bought this a month ago at the Garden State coin show as unidentified. I was sure I would be able to identify it quickly but it has proved difficult. Does anyone have any ideas? Unknown. Eastern? 29mm, 13.85g Obv: uncertain inscription; Bust right Rev: ...Π ΟΛƐΙΤωΝ; Nude Man (Heralkes?) standing left, club (?) in right hand, left hand raised (holding invisible scepter?) Countermark: Є (lunate Epsilon) in circle (mark of value 5?). Howgego 802; cf Howgego 803-806. The inscription probably means this comes from a city whose name ends in "...polis". Which means a lot of cities! Moesia Inferior/Dionysopolis issued a similar crude Herakles, but not in this pose. Many coins of Pamphylia/Side have the same countermark, and it is over the IA mark of value (11 Assaria). Apollo of Side, etc, etc, etc. Coins overstruck with Howgego 802-806 were minted at Ephesus, Ionia/Magnesia, Side, Seleucia ad Calycadnum, Mastaura, Perga, Isinda, Carallia, Colybrassus, and Petra. None of these candidates ends in "...polis"! Every example of this countermark is on the obverse but on my coin it is on the reverse. All but two examples have the Є facing correctly. Only one shows it "reversed" as mine does.