Just came in today. I didn't have a Philip tet, so was pleased to add this one as it comes from a friend/dealer.
Planchet is a bit oddly shaped but the portrait is centered and all legends are fully legible. This is a good "representative" type with a lot of varieties in bust type and the positioning of the eagle. The photos on this one make it look a bit rougher than it is in reality.
Around the time this coin was struck, Philip's son was raised to Augustus, and long-running, extravagant and violent games, plays and festivities were held in Rome to celebrate the city's 1000th anniversary. (Perhaps if he had paid attention to what was going on OUTSIDE the city, he wouldn't have been killed a year or two later.)
Philip I (247-248 AD, 3rd consular year: Γ) billon tetradrachm
Syria, Antioch ad Orontem. 26mm, 9.9g
cf. Prieur 375 (similar)
Obverse: Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust of Philip facing right.
Reverse: Eagle with widely spread wings standing right, looking right, wreath in beak / ANTIOXIA SC in ex.