Alexander the Great’s bronze coinage was local in nature. Unlike his larger denomination silver and gold coins, bronzes were used in local marketplaces to buy bread and wine for the family.
It’s neatly logical that this is the most common of Alexander’s bronzes. Which like all bronzes were primarily local coinage, originated from Alexander’s homeland of Macedonia, and that the less common type originated in Asia Minor. Where important Greek cities and mints, now freed by Alexander, were situated.