Demetrios II Nikator, Seleukid King in his Second Reign 129-125 BC, Silver Tetradrachm (14.29g), dated ΓΠP (Seleukid Era 183) or 129 BC, struck at Tyre Mint. Obverse: Diademed, beardless Head of Demetrios II Nikator facing right. Reverse: Eagle stands facing left, its right talon on the prow of a Galley and a palm frond extends back from its shoulder, Club mintmark to the bottom left below a ‘YPT’ monogram and “APE”, ‘AV’ and ‘ΣY’ monogram to right above date ΓΠP, ‘FP’ monogram below Eagle, legend around, “BAΣIΛEΩΣ ∆ΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ” (“Basileus Dēmḗtrios”). Although dated Seleukid Era 183 which, in Gregorian, translates to 130/129 BC, this coin is clearly attributed to 129 BC, as it’s in the name of Demetrios, and therefore struck in first year of his second reign. A choice example with an exceptional reverse with only small parts of the design off the flan. Virtually as struck. Extremely Fine.