I picked up a small lot of prutah and this is the only one that I have left to ID. All of the other ones were pretty easy. This one, on the other hand, is not easy for me. My best guess is Aristobulus I but I don't think I am right. Some of the letters are not right and besides, I couldn't get that fortunate.
If anyone can tell me what it is, will you also please tell me what gave it away?
Please forgive the color of the first image. I forgot to set the color correction for my lighting.
Just in case anyone wants to help this member out: (I have a bunch I move to the back of the shelf and resist listing as I know the pain involved in being "sure" 100% of these! You almost have to eliminate the rest to feel confident I have found. I might try tomorrow if no one helps.....)
Not a lot of attention was used to strike these coins so most are struck off centered.From what I can tell from my copy of Hendin it is H-1141, John Hyrcanus (Yehohanan). Paleo Hebrew legend: Yehohnan te high Priest.
Reposting due to Hebrew characters displayed as gibberish:
Sorry I am late in this reply, but I just saw this question on google when searching for a similar coin. The coin in question is type "Hendin 1144", of Alexander Jannaeus (YHWNTN). This particular type has a "font" similar to Hendin 1143, of Judah Aristobulus I (YHWDH). The most distinguishing feature is that the second line of the inscription starts (on the right hand side, Hebrew reads right to left) with the letter T which in this font looks like an "x". It is indeed similar to Hendin 1141, as observed in the other comments, but that's because there is very little difference between the coins of John Hyrcanus (YHWHNN) and Alexander Jannaeus (YHWNTN) except for the last letter of the first line (off flan) and the first two letters of the second line.