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Thank you Pscipio and djmacdo! I appreciate your opinions.
A follow up question outside of authenticity if I may. I do not have Milne's text on Alexandrian coins. I have seen similar coins attributed as 4545, 4546 and 4547. I am unsure of the difference... which would my coin fall under?
Nice coin Maridvnvm! I like the detail on the globe in-hand. I've always enjoyed collecting these Hut coins and have been picking up new mint cities when I run across them (probably have 6-7 mints representated. Someday I'll have one from each city).
2 questions for you:
Do you know anything about the quartered and dotted globe designs? What is represented by the design?
Edit: We see the same globe designs on the Phoenix coins, the Beata coins and others.
Also what's the most difficult mint city to find for these?
I had to revise my notes. For some reason I my dies being the same as the Pfalzer dies, but in each case it is only the Obverse dies that match. So, it appears that von Aulock #'s 134 and 135 are die-pair matches, obverse and reverse, whereas for the Pfalzer example only the obverse die matches von Aulock but the reverse is different. For my example, only the obverse die matches the Pfalzer and von Aulock coins but my reverse die is different from both. Currently there appears to be 3 different reverse dies.