ASIA, Mysia, Pergamon, AE25 (25mm, 9.91g, 12h), pseudo-autonomous issue, probably struck under Trajan, but possibly under Domitian.
ΠΕΡΓΑΜΟC ΚΤΙC ΤΗC, bearded male head right (the founder of Pergamon) wearing taenia; ΕΠΙ CΤΡΑΤΗΓΟΥ CΩΚΡΑΤΟΥC, helmeted Athena standing left holding patera in right hand and shield in left, a spear behind her.
RPC --, BMC Mysia 224.
Is there even a remote possibility that this coin is Domitian's? I don't know, but probably not. RPC 924 = BMC 225, and this is BMC 224, so there's that, and it was represented as Domitianic when I bid on it. When was Socrates strategos of Pergamon? That would answer the question, wouldn't it?