Silver Antiochos VII coin in a modern vermeil pendant setting of 22kt gold plate finish over pure silver. The coin is of the bust of Antiochos VII with a diadem in the hair, the reverse with an eagle standing on the beak of a galley, palm branch in the background, and inscriptions.
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