on the very rare AR sestertii of C. Considius Paetus (46 B.C., illustrations, two variants, photos courtesy of Andrew McCabe),
on Æ from Tyndaris in Sicily (3. cent. B.C.) and Aphrodisias(-Plarasa) in Caria (1. cent. B.C.), and on very scarce Æ coins of Mithradates Eupator from Amisus in Pontus (obverse illustrated below) and from Sinope in Paphlagonia.
Far more often encountered are portraits of Eros on Æ of the 2. cent. B.C. Seleucid kings Antiochus VII, rev.: headdress of Isis (obverse illustrated below), Alexander II, rev.: anchor, and Antiochus IX, rev.: Nike. The coins of Antiochus VII are particularly common.
* The bust of Eros also appears on a small silver gem of the Roman period (1.-3. cent. A.D.) (illustration, Gorny & Mosch, auction 208, 2652, photo courtesy of Lübke & Wiedemann KG, Stuttgart).
* A male bust which may represent Eros can be found on the obverse of a crude lead tessera of uncertain date, probably from Rome, with reverse type of Aphrodite half-clothed and wringing out her hair (F. R. Künker, auction 124, 9457; illustration, Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG, Osnabrück, http://www.kuenker.de/, photos courtesy of Lübke & Wiedemann KG, Stuttgart).