Islands off Troas, Tenedos. AR Hemidrachm, circa 550-470 B.C. Obverse: Archaic janiform head of Zeus and Hera. Reverse: T-E-N-E Labrys; all within linear square within incuse square. Reference: SNG Copenhagen 506-7 var. (differing legend arrangement). 1.81g; 16mm I wonder why it is shaped that way, it is a coin from the Archaic times so perhaps coin minting was not that refined and standardized yet. If anyone has any idea, please share it. Also, please share your coins Tenedos island and any coin with abnormal shaped flans.