Struck in the first half of the Second Punic War between Carthage and Rome. Antiochos III was not directly involved in this war but after the war it was his empire that Hannibal fled to. Antiochus III the Great (222-187 BC).
Diademed head of Antiochus IIII right, with youthful features, slightly receding chin, no sideburn, hair in bangs over forehead, diadem ends falling in gentle waves; bead-and-reel border / BASI? EOS / ANTI-OXOY, Apollo seated left on omphalus, testing arrow in right hand, left hand on grounded bow.
The weight of the coin is not given on the NGC slab, and I did not own it before it was in the slab. So I cannot say what the weight of the coin is.
They usually would be between 14 and 17 grams.