Æ 35. [Obv. TON KTICTAN. Bust of Heracles l., wearing a diadem and his lionskin, and with his club over his shoulder.] Rev. HPAKΛHAC MATPOC AΠOIKΩN ΠOYIΩN (sic). Heracles seated l. on a rock, his r. hand outstretched, in front of him a tree in which an Eros r. as bowman is perched and at the base of which another Eros r. is attempting to lift Heracles’s club (Illustration from Waddington).
* Pergamum in Mysia, a coin of Lucius Verus (not illustrated) with reverse type of Heracles seated on a rock, Auge and... Eros? I haven’t seen this coin yet, and it needs to be confirmed that the small figure is not Auge’s son Telephus.
Reference: Waddington, Recueil général, 78
Rarity: RRR (but see note above)