It belongs to @january1may.
Indeed it does!
I got my example several weeks ago at Vasya's shop, expected it to be easily attributable because of the blatant lettering, but couldn't find anything that matched, and then was stymied by my apparent inability to make photos (of my example) where the lettering was actually legible.
Then I accidentally encountered AncientNumis posting pictures of their purchases on Discord, and immediately noticed the similarity of the lettering.
In retrospect I hadn't realized that the lettering on my example indeed said ANTIOXOΣ and not (as would have been expected) ANTIOXOY, which is the usual form used by Seleucid rulers; perhaps the coin is not Seleucid, but e.g. from the city of Antioch. But searches along those lines did not match anything either.
Here's a different set of pictures of the OP's coin, under a different angle, cropped from a group photo...
Unfortunately it looks like their example and mine aren't die matches, at least on the reverse; the OXO is a lot more bunched up on my coin. If I do manage to make pics where the lettering is legible I would immediately try to post them here.
For the record, my coin is 10 mm and 1.38 grams.
that at least on the OP set of pics the obverse looks like a facing ram's head, or maybe goat's head; but it's radiate, which animals usually aren't, I think? I have no idea; there's nothing I could find that's at all like that lettering.