Eros attending the Anadyomene is found on coins of Bithynium-Claudiopolis (perhaps), Caesareia Germanica and Prusa ad Olympum in Bithynia; Bagis in Lydia; and Laodiceia ad Lycum in Phrygia.
Some of the coins are really more of a “semi-Anadyomene”, where the goddess uses just one hand for her hair (right, a mosaic that shows a slightly more domestic version of Aphrodite’s toilette).
All the coins are extremely rare.
* Bithynium-Claudiopolis in Bithynia, an uncertain coin of Julia Domna reported by Waddington from Mionnet, though “non revue”.
Æ 27, as described above (Illustration from Bernhart).
* Laodiceia ad Lycum in Phrygia, coins of Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius as Caesar (not illustrated), or with head of Demos as obverse type (not illustrated), all with Aphrodite standing between Eros and a dolphin.
25.89 g. Obv. AY[.....A]ΔPIANOC ANTΩNINOC. Laureate head r. Rev. Π KΛ ATTAΛOC ANEΘHKE ΛAOΔIKEΩN. Aphrodite Anadyomene standing facing, head r., Eros on the l., a dolphin on the r. (Photos courtesy of Münzen und Medaillen GmbH).
* Here the goddess is stretching out her hair to dry on a lead tessera of the Roman period (photo courtesy of Gert Boersema):
Rarity: RRR (if genuine)
Reference: Bernhart, Aphrodite, 275
References: Waddington, Recueil général, 115; Bernhart, Aphrodite, 285
Reference: SNG Leypold 914
References: Bernhart, Aphrodite, 277; SNG von Aulock 8219
References: RPC IV, 2135; Imhoof-Blumer, Kleinasiatische Münzen, 40; Bernhart, Aphrodite, 278
Laodiceia ad Lycum / Antoninus Pius
Laodiceia ad Lycum / Marcus Aurelius
References: RPC IV, 2092; Imhoof-Blumer, Kleinasiatische Münzen, 41; Bernhart, Aphrodite, 27