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Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 16, Lot 3738
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 17 mm, 2.17 g, 12 h), Constantinopolis, 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right. Rev. SECVRITAS PVBLICA / CONSS The river-god Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side from which water flows, reed in background. RIC 147. Nearly very fine. Starting Price: 50 CHF...
22 May 2021Upcoming
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Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 16, Lot 3739
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 16 mm, 1.36 g, 1 h), Constantinopolis, 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right. Rev. SECVRITAS PVBLICA / [CONSS] The river-god Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side from which water flows, reed in background. RIC 147. Light scratches and some deposits, otherwise, about very fine. Starting Price: 50 CHF...
22 May 2021Upcoming
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Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 117, Lot 508
Vespasian. AD 69-79. Æ Military Diploma (single tablet 193 x 153mm). Dated 9 April AD 79. Complete (with some repair) and engraved Tabula II of a single diploma containing name of recipient and signatories. INTERIOR OF THE TABLET: | • | NOMINA SVBSCRIPT A SVNT IPSIS LIBERIS | • |/ POSTERIS QVE EORVM | • | CIVITATEM DEDIT ET CO / NVBIVM CVM VXORIBVS QVAS (NV)NC HABVIS/ SENT CVM EST CIVITAS IL(li)S DATA AVT SIQVI CAELI / BES ESSENT QVAS POSTEA DUXISSENT / DVMTAXAT SIGVLISINGVLAS (sic) A D ...
19 May 2021Upcoming
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Heritage World Coin Auctions - Dallas Signature Sale 3091, Lot 31005
Ancients ZEUGITANA. Carthage. Time of Hannibal (213-210 BC). AR half-shekel (19mm, 2.93 gm, 12h). NGC Choice AU 5/5 - 3/5, Fine Style, brushed. Second Punic War issue. Carthage or uncertain mint in Sicily, ca. 213-210 BC. Laureate male head left (Melqart, Hannibal or Mago?); dotted border / African elephant advancing right; aleph (Phoenician) in exergue, linear border. A. Burnett, SNR 62 (1983), 123. E. S. G. Robinson, "Punic Coins of Spain and their Bearing on the Roman Republican Series,"Ess...
6 May 20219,000 USD
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 83, Lot 1
Spain, Carthago Nova Æ 24mm. Roman Occupation, after 209 BC. Bare-head to left (Scipio Africanus?) / Horse standing to right; palm tree behind. CNH Class XI, 282; SNG BM Spain 127-128; ACIP 609. 10.63g, 24mm, 12h. Good Fine. Rare. Ex Amilcare Collection, Roma Numismatics Ltd., E-Sale 69, 16 March 2020, lot 188. Villaronga's Class XI, dated 218-206 BC covers that period of the Second Punic War when the Romans, under the leadership of Scipio Africanus, took the war to Carthage's possessions i...
6 May 2021130 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 83, Lot 19
Sicily, Akragas AR Half Shekel. Second Punic War issue, circa 213-210 BC. Laureate head of Melkart, with features of Hannibal, to left / African elephant walking to right; Punic letter Aleph in exergue. Burnett, Enna Hoard 123; SNG Copenhagen 383; Campana et alia 1 (forthcoming). 2.50g, 18mm, 1h. Good Very Fine; smoothed, deep old cabinet tone. Ex Amilcare Collection, Roma Numismatics Ltd., E-Sale 69, 16 March 2020, lot 296. Estimate: 1600 GBP...
6 May 2021Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 491, Lot 491
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (16mm, 1.77 g, 6h). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 336-337. Bareheaded, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter, urn at side; reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1034. Brown, rough surfaces, area of smoothing on obverse. Near VF. Estimate: 100 USD...
5 May 2021110 USD
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - eLive Auction 66, Lot 310
ROMAN COINS MÜNZEN DER RÖMISCHEN KAISERZEIT Constantinus I., 306-337 für Hannibalianus. Æ-Follis, 336/337, Constantinopolis; 1,82 g. Drapierte Büste r.//Euphrates lagert r. RIC 147. RR Prägeschwächen, etwas korrodiert, sehr schön Exemplar der Auktion Fritz Rudolf Künker 312, Osnabrück 2018, Nr. 3003 und der Auktion Giessener Münzhandlung 130, München 2004, Nr. 2360. Hannibalianus, der Sohn des Censors Dalmatius, Bruder des Dalmatius Caesar und Neffe des Constantinus I. wurde in Toulouse vom R...
4 May 202160 EUR
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - Auction 428, Lot 527
Karthagisches Weltreich Hannibal, 219-202 v. Chr. Silber-Achtelshekel nach 209 v. Chr., Mzst. in Hispanien oder Sizilien. Kopf des Melqart mit Diadem / Elefant, im Abschnitt punischer Buchstabe alef. Robinson in Festschr. Mattingly (1956), - (vgl. S. 53, 8c - 1/4-Shekel); Villaronga - (vgl. S. 146, 45ff - 1/4-Shekel); ACIP - (vgl. 555 - 1/4-Shekel). 0.91 g.; Feine, leicht goldfarbene Tönung Selten Sehr schön Ex Slg. Graeculus. Estimate: 200 EUR...
28 Apr 20216,000 EUR
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - Auction 428, Lot 528
Karthagisches Weltreich Hannibal, 219-202 v. Chr. Silber-Halbshekel 215/205 v. Chr., unbest. Mzst. in Unteritalien (Capua?). Kopf der Tanit / Pferd, im Feld Sonnenscheibe und punischer Buchstabe "ain". SNG Cop. 362; Robinson in NC 1964, S. 45, 4. 3.87 g.; Dunkle Tönung Fast vorzüglich Ex Slg. Graeculus. Estimate: 300 EUR...
28 Apr 2021700 EUR
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - Auction 428, Lot 529
Karthagisches Weltreich Hannibal, 219-202 v. Chr. Kleinbronze 219/209 v. Chr., Carthago Nova. Kopf der Tanit / Karthagischer Helm. Villaronga S. 154, 114; SNG BM 67; ACIP 582. 1.93 g.; Schwarze Patina Äußerst selten Sehr schön Bearbeitet Ex Slg. Graeculus und ex Auktion Peus Nachf. 372, 2002, 804. Estimate: 100 EUR...
28 Apr 2021110 EUR
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - Auction 428, Lot 530
Karthagisches Weltreich Hannibal, 219-202 v. Chr. Silber-Viertelshekel, unbest. Mzst. in Spanien (Carthago Nova?). Kopf eines Mannes (Hannibal?) nach links / Pferd. SNG Cop. 297; ACIP 605. 1.68 g.; Feine Tönung Sehr schön Ex Slg. Ron Cathey, mit Lagerzettel von Tom Cederlind, erworben vor 2010. Estimate: 750 EUR...
28 Apr 2021600 EUR
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - Auction 428, Lot 531
Karthagisches Weltreich Hannibal, 219-202 v. Chr. Silber-Viertelshekel, unbest. Mzst. in Süditalien. Kopf der Tanit / Pferd. Robinson in NC 1964, S. 44, 1. 1.82 g.; Feine Tönung Sehr schön/Fast vorzüglich Ex Slg. E. Hrycyna, Darmstadt. Laut Sammlernotiz erworben von Z. Plesa. Estimate: 250 EUR...
28 Apr 2021950 EUR
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - Auction 428, Lot 532
Karthagisches Weltreich Hannibal, 219-202 v. Chr. Silber-Viertelshekel, unbestimmte Mzst. in Süditalien. Kopf der Tanit / Pferd. Robinson in NC 1964, S. 44, 1. 1.78 g.; Feine Tönung Sehr schön Ex Slg. Graeculus und Auktion Schulman 265, 1976, 75. Estimate: 175 EUR...
28 Apr 2021420 EUR
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung - Auction 276, Lot 290
KUSHAN. KARTHAGO. Zeit des Hannibal. 1/2 Schekel ø 19mm (3,82g). 215 - 205 v. Chr. Mzst. in Italien. Vs.: Büste der Tanit mit Kornähren n. l. Rs.: Stehendes Pferd n. r., darüber Sonnenscheibe mit zwei Uräusschlangen. SNG Cop. 359 ff.; Jenkins-Lewis Taf. 28.3; CNP 44. Tönung, Rs. Stempelriss, ss Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles, Los Angeles Auktion 60, 2010, Los 2296; aus den Beständen des Museum of World Treasures in Wichita, Kansas. Estimate: 300 EUR...
19 Apr 2021375 EUR
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung - Auction 276, Lot 291
KUSHAN. KARTHAGO. Zeit des Hannibal. 1/2 Schekel ø 19mm (3,66g). 215 - 205 v. Chr. Mzst. im Bruttium (?). Vs.: Büste der Tanit mit Kornähren n. l. Rs.: Stehendes Pferd n. r., darüber Sonnenscheibe mit zwei Uräusschlangen. SNG Cop. 359 ff.; Jenkins-Lewis Taf. 28.3; CNP 44. Dunkle Tönung, Vs. partiell etwas porös, ss Ex Paul-Francis Jacquier - Numismatique Antique, Kehl am Rhein Lagerliste Nr. 1993. Estimate: 350 EUR...
19 Apr 2021475 EUR
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung - Auction 276, Lot 292
KUSHAN. KARTHAGO. Zeit des Hannibal. 1/4 Schekel ø 13mm (1,95g). Nach 215 v. Chr. Mzst. Lokroi in Bruttium (?). Vs.: Kopf der Tanit n. l. Rs.: Stehendes Pferd n. r. E.S.G. Robinson, Coinages of the Second Punic War, NumChron 1964, S. 44 Nr. 1 Taf. V 10-12; SNG Cop 336; CNP 27. Dunkle Tönung, Vs. leichte Korrosionsspuren, ss Ex Paul-Francis Jacquier - Numismatique Antique, Kehl am Rhein Lagerliste Nr. 1003. Estimate: 250 EUR...
19 Apr 2021Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 82, Lot 48
North Africa, Carthage Æ 13mm. Time of Hannibal. Carthago Nova, circa 221-218 BC. Wreathed head of Tanit to left / Crested Thracian helmet to left. ACIP 582; FAB 523; SNG BM Spain 67; Villaronga 1973, 114; CNH p. 69, 46. 2.11g, 13mm, 2h. Good Very Fine; exceptional for the type. Extremely Rare. Ex Roma Numismatics Ltd., E-Sale 32, 7 January 2017, lot 89. Estimate: 500 GBP...
15 Apr 2021Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 489, Lot 521
Hannibalianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (17mm, 1.91 g, 6h). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 336-337. Bareheaded, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter, urn at side; reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1034. Dark brown patina, roughness, flan crack. VF. Estimate: 100 USD...
7 Apr 2021170 USD
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 489, Lot 522
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (16mm, 0.93 g, 5h). Constantinople mint, 6th officina. Struck AD 336-337. Draped and cuirassed bust right / Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side; reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1036. Brown patina, cleaning scratches. Good Fine. Ex Elvira Clain-Stefanelli Collection; Classical Numismatic Group XXVII (29 September 1993), lot 42. Estimate: 100 USD...
7 Apr 2021100 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 489, Lot 523
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (17mm, 1.81 g, 12h). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 336-337. Bareheaded, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side, reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1036. Brown patina, some roughness, minor marks. VF. Estimate: 100 USD...
7 Apr 2021300 USD
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XXI, Lot 41
Sicily, Motya AR Tetradrachm. Circa 400-397 BC. Head of Arethusa to left, hair in ampyx and sakkos; four dolphins swimming around / Crab. Jenkins, Punic 47 (O6/R9); Campana 22; CNP 502; Jameson 667 (same dies); HGC 2, 923 (same). 16.99g, 25mm, 5h. Extremely Fine; light smoothing on rev. Extremely Rare. Ex Weise Collection; Ex Classical Numismatic Group, Triton V, 15 January 2002, lot 1196. As the Greek colonies in Sicily increased in numbers and importance the Phoenicians, who had establis...
24 Mar 202114,000 GBP
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 347, Lot 518
MÜNZEN DER RÖMISCHEN KAISERZEIT. Constantinus I., 306-337. - für Hannibalianus. Æ-Follis, 336/337, Constantinopolis; 1,42 g. Drapierte Büste r.//Euphrates lagert r. RIC 147. RR Knapper Schrötling, etwas korrodiert, sehr schön Erworben im Februar 1990 von Günther Schlüter (Vorsitzender der Deutschen Numismatischen Gesellschaft von 1975-1977), Berlin. Hannibalianus, der Sohn des Censors Dalmatius, Bruder des Dalmatius Caesar und Neffe des Constantinus I. wurde in Toulouse vom Rhetor Exs...
22 Mar 2021130 EUR
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 347, Lot 600
GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN. BRUTTIUM. PUNIER UNTER HANNIBAL AR-1/4 Schekel, 216/211 v. Chr.; 1,89 g. Tanitkopf l. mit Ähren- kranz//Pferd r. CNP 27 b; Rutter, Historia Numorum 2015. Herrliche Patina, sehr schön Estimate: 150 EUR...
22 Mar 2021190 EUR
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 347, Lot 601
GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN. BRUTTIUM. PUNIER UNTER HANNIBAL AR-1/4 Schekel, 215/205 v. Chr., Lokris (?); 2,41 g. Tanitkopf l. mit Ährenkranz//Pferd r. CNP 23; Rutter, Historia Numorum 2020. Vorzüglich-Stempelglanz Exemplar der Sammlung Heinrich Rudolf Peter. Exemplar der Auktion Fritz Rudolf Künker 97, Osnabrück 2005, Nr. 136. Diese Münzen wurden in Karthago geprägt und gelangten über die Häfen Bruttiums zu den Truppen in Italien. Estimate: 200 EUR...
22 Mar 2021440 EUR
Naville Numismatics Ltd. - Auction 64, Lot 3
Hispania, Hispano-Carthaginian issues. Carthago Nova Quarter shekel circa 221-206 BC, AR 13.6mm., 1.80g. Laureate head (Melqart or Hannibal) l., with club over shoulder. Rev. Elephant r. SNG BM Spain 102. CNH 15. Robinson, Essays Mattingly, 6(d). Rare, toned, pierced on rev., otherwise Very Fine. In addition, winning bids of EEC clients for this coin are subject to a 5% fee on hammer price as a reimbursement for import duty paid to HMRC. Starting Price: 130 GBP...
21 Mar 2021200 GBP
Savoca Numismatik GmbH & Co. KG - Online Auction 97 | Silver, Lot 557
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum AD 335-337. Constantinople Nummus Æ 17 mm, 1,32 g FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust to right / SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates seated right on ground, leaning on sceptre with urn at his side and reed in background, CONSS in exergue. very fine RIC 147. Starting Price: 50 EUR...
14 Mar 2021301 EUR
Münzzentrum Rheinland - Auction 193, Lot 520
RÖMISCHES KAISERREICH. Hanniballianus Rex 335-337. AE-Minutus 16/15mm 1,67g, Konstantinopel. Paludamentbüste n.r. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI / SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA Flussgott Euphrates lagert mit Sceptrum n.r.; unten CONS[.]. RIC 147 (r2), LRBC 1034. . R Silbersud, ss Estimate: 150 EUR...
10 Mar 2021170 EUR
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 15, Lot 2198
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 16 mm, 1.14 g, 12 h), Constantinopolis, 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right. Rev. SECVRITAS PVBLICA / CONSS The river-god Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side from which water flows, reed in background. RIC 147. Well struck and attractive. Good very fine. Starting Price: 50 CHF...
27 Feb 2021440 CHF
Nomos AG - obolos 18, Lot 715
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 16.5 mm, 1.40 g, 6 h), Constantinople, 2nd officina (S), 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right. Rev. SECVRITAS PVBLICA / CONSS Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side; in background, reeds. LRBC 1036. RIC 147. Dark brown patina. Very fine. From the Trausnitz Collection, acquired at the Numismata in Munich, on 22 February 1994. Starting Price: 75 CHF...
21 Feb 2021220 CHF
Auktionshaus H. D. Rauch GmbH - E-Auction 36, Lot 403
Hanniballianus (335-337). Follis (1,69 g), Constantinopolis, 6. Offizin, 336-337 n. Chr. Büste mit Drapierung und Kürass / Flussgott Euphrates mit Szepter liegt auf Quellgefäß gestützt, im Hintergrund Schilfrohr, Sigle: CONS S (im Abschnitt). RIC VII 147. Kratzer im Rv. f.s.sch. Starting Price: 50 EUR...
19 Feb 2021105 EUR
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 80, Lot 1686
Hanniballianus (nephew of Constantine I) BI Nummus. Constantinople, AD 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIAN[O REGI], bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust to right / SECVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates seated to right on ground, leaning on sceptre with urn at his side and reed in background; CONSS in exergue. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1036. 1.32g, 15mm, 12h. Very Fine. Rare. From a private UK collection. Estimate: 100 GBP...
4 Feb 202175 GBP
Heritage World Coin Auctions - January Signature Sale 3089, Lot 31013
Ancients SICILY. Syracuse. Hieronymus (215-214 BC). AR 24-litrai (32mm, 20.25 gm, 4h). NGC Choice XF 4/5 - 2/5, overstruck, scratches. Diademed head of Hieronymus left; cornucopia behind, dotted border / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΟΣ / IΕΡΩΝΥΜΟΥ, winged thunderbolt, MI above. Holloway 3a (O3/R3, this coin). Jameson 887 (this coin). AMB 537 (this coin). Extremely rare with only a few examples known. From the Penn Collection. Ex Numismatica Ars Classica, Auction 13 (8 October 1998), lot 537; Benson Collection (Soth...
21 Jan 202144,000 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXIV, Lot 414
CARTHAGE, Second Punic War. Circa 220-205 BC. AR Half Shekel (20mm, 3.38 g, 1h). Carthage or Sicilian mint. Struck during the expedition to Sicily, circa 213-210 BC. Head of Melkart left, wearing laurel wreath / Elephant advancing right; Punic A in exergue. MAA –; cf. Visonà 55 (shekel); CNP 447; Burnett, Enna 116–31; Walker 29 (same dies); SNG Copenhagen 383 (same dies); SNG Newham Davis 107. Iridescent tone, underlying luster. EF. Well centered and struck. Ex Rauch 107 (12 November 2018), ...
19 Jan 202112,000 USD
Dmitry Markov Coins & Medals | M&M Numismatics Ltd | Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles | Sovereign Rarities Ltd - The New York Sale LI, Lot 72
L. Aemilius Lepidus Paullus. Silver Denarius (3.94 g), 62 BC. Rome. PAVLLVS LEPIDVS behind and above, CONCORDIA before, diademed and veiled head of Concordia right. Reverse: TER above, PAVLLVS in exergue, the consul, L. Aemilius Paullus, togate, on right standing left, erecting trophy; to left, the Macedonian king, Perseus, and his two sons standing right. Crawford 415/1; Sydenham 926; Aemilia 10. Traces of luster, lightly toned. NGC grade Ch XF; Strike: 5/5, Surface: 4/5. Estimated Value $25...
12 Jan 2021250 USD
Nomos AG - obolos 17, Lot 589
M. Volteius M.f., 78 BC. Denarius (Silver, 18 mm, 3.92 g, 6 h), Rome. Laureate and helmeted head of Attis to right; behind, winged caduceus. Rev. M VOLTEI M F Cybele, holding patera in right hand and reins in left, seated in chariot drawn by two lions to right; above, B. Babelon, (Volteia) 4. Crawford 385/4. Sydenham 777. Toned. Good very fine. From the stock of an old Swiss dealer assembled mainly in the 1960s-1970s. Attis was the eunuch consort of Cybele, the Great Mother Goddess. In respo...
20 Dec 2020180 CHF
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 78, Lot 161
North Africa, Carthage AR Shekel. Time of Hannibal. Carthago Nova, circa 218-206 BC. Bare male head (Hannibal?) left / Horse right, palm tree behind. MHC 142; ACIP 603; SNG BM Spain 104-5. 7.31g, 21mm, 12h. Very Fine. From the Shackleford Collection. This coin is conventionally believed to carry the portrait of Hannibal on the obverse. In 237 BC Hamilcar Barca, after having lost the First Punic War against Rome, but having won the Mercenary War against the Libyans, disembarked at Gadir wit...
17 Dec 20201,300 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 78, Lot 1830
Hanniballianus (nephew of Constantine I) Æ 16mm. Constantinople, AD 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust to right / SECVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates seated right on ground, leaning on sceptre with urn at his side and reed in background; CONS in exergue. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1036. 1.42g, 16mm, 11h. Extremely Fine. Rare. From a private UK collection. Estimate: 150 GBP...
17 Dec 2020340 GBP
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 482, Lot 1
IBERIA, Punic Iberia. Hamilcar to Hannibal. Circa 237-209 BC. AR Shekel (21mm, 5.97 g, 12h). Male head (Melqart or Barcid ruler?) left / Horse standing right; palm tree in background, Punic zayin below. MHC Class XI, 238 (dies 162/209); ACIP 626. Obverse die wear, reverse slightly off center. Near VF. Ex Roma E-Live 3 (25 October 2018), lot 40. The male head on the obverse of this shekel type has variously been described as Melkart, an important Phoenician deity incorporating traits of the ...
16 Dec 2020650 USD
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 482, Lot 525
Hannibalianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (15mm, 1.01 g, 6h). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 336-337. Bareheaded, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter, urn at side; reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1034. Dark green patina, smoothed and tooled. Good VF. Estimate: 100 USD...
16 Dec 2020250 USD
Bertolami Fine Arts - ACR Auctions - Auction 87, Lot 58
The Carthaginians in the Mediterranean, Campania, Capua, occupation of Hannibal, Gold Drachm, ca. 216-211 BC; AV (g 4,18; mm 15; h 3); Head of Tanit (Kore-Persephone) or Ceres l., wearing corn-wreath, Rv. Nike driving biga r., holding goad; in ex. K retrograde. HNItaly 479 (the attribution to Capua is not certain); SNG ANS 145; British Museum 1919,1120.19 = Weber 288 (same dies). Of the highest rarity, only the third specimen known. A legendary coin well struck in a high relief on a solid gold...
14 Dec 202024,000 GBP
Bertolami Fine Arts - ACR Auctions - Auction 87, Lot 59
The Carthaginians in the Mediterranean, Campania, Capua, occupation of Hannibal, 3/8 Shekel, ca. 216-211 BC; EL (g 2,92; mm 14; h 12); Janiform female heads wreathed with corn, Rv. Jupiter driving fast quadriga r., holding sceptre and crowning by Victory. Jenkins 487-493; HNItaly 2013; SNG ANS 146. About extremely fine. Starting Price: 1400 GBP...
14 Dec 20201,900 GBP
Bertolami Fine Arts - ACR Auctions - Auction 87, Lot 60
The Carthaginians in the Mediterranean, Sicily, Akragas, Half Shekel, ca. 213-210 BC; AR (g 2,93; mm 18; h 12); Laureate head of Melkart, with features of Hannibal, l., Rv. African elephant walking r.; in ex. Punic letter Aleph. Burnett, Enna Hoard 123; SNG Copenhagen 383; Campana et alia 1 (forthcoming). Rare. A bold portrait of magnificent style struck on a large flan; lightly toned, about fdc. Starting Price: 1500 GBP...
14 Dec 20204,400 GBP
Jean Elsen & ses Fils S.A. - Auction 146, Lot 348
EMISSIONS SICULO-PUNIQUES, AR 1/4 sheqel, 220-210 av. J.-C. Frappé par Hannibal à Lokroi au cours de la deuxième guerre punique. D/ T. de Tanit à g., cour. d''épis. R/ Cheval à d. Jenkins-Lewis pl. 28, 2; Robinson 3; SNG Cop. 369; coll. Dewing 994-995. 1,71g Rare Flan éclaté à 4h. Patiné. Superbe Extremely Fine Estimate: 150 EUR...
12 Dec 2020170 EUR
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 481, Lot 624
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (15mm, 1.36 g, 11h). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 336-337. Bareheaded, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side, reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1036. Dark brown-green patina, rough surfaces. Near VF. Estimate: 100 USD...
2 Dec 202060 USD
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - eLive Auction 63, Lot 14
GREEK COINS BRUTTIUM PUNIER UNTER HANNIBAL. AR-1/4 Schekel, 216/211 v. Chr.; 1,79 g. Tanitkopf l. mit Ährenkranz//Pferd r. CNP 27; Rutter, Historia Numorum 2015. Feine Tönung, vorzüglich Aus einer niederrheinischen Privatsammlung. Erworben im Juni 1988. Estimate: 150 EUR...
30 Nov 2020575 EUR
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - eLive Auction 63, Lot 15
GREEK COINS BRUTTIUM PUNIER UNTER HANNIBAL. AR-1/2 Schekel, 215/205 v. Chr., Karthago (?); 3,65 g. Tanitkopf l. mit Ährenkranz//Pferd r., darüber Sonne, unten Ayin. CNP 44 a; Rutter, Historia Numorum vergl. 2016. RR Herrliche Patina, sehr schön Aus einer niederrheinischen Privatsammlung. Erworben im Juni 1988. Diese Münzen wurde in Karthago geprägt und gelangten über die Häfen Bruttiums zu den Truppen in Italien. Estimate: 150 EUR...
30 Nov 2020525 EUR
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 77, Lot 135
North Africa, Carthage AR Quarter Shekel. Carthago Nova, circa 237-209 BC. Bare male head (Hannibal?) left / Horse standing to right. ACIP 605; SNG BM Spain 117; SNG Copenhagen 297. 3.39g, 17m, 12h. Near Very Fine. From a private South American collection. Estimate: 125 GBP...
26 Nov 2020110 GBP
Noble Numismatics Pty Ltd - Auction 125, Lot 4433
SPAIN UNDER CARTHAGE, time of Hannibal, (235-220 B.C.), AE 12, uncertain mint but around Gades, (2.14 g), obv. Tanit-Persephone to left, linear circle, rev. crested Corinthian helmet, (Robinson, [Essays Mattingly], No.2 (q) [p.48, Plate 1, similar dies to BM example], Villaronga 117 [Pl.XI], CNH 46 [p.69], SNG BM Spain 67). With some soil attached, otherwise very fine and rare. Ex Monedas Jesus Vico, S.A., Sale 129, 7th June 2012 (lot 3010). Estimate: 80 AUD...
24 Nov 2020180 AUD
Davissons, Ltd. - E-Auction 37, Lot 17
BRUTTIUM. The Brettii. Circa 214-211 B.C. Æ unit. 9.02 gm. 22 mm. Laureate head of Zeus right / Eagle standing left, wings spread; BΡET-TIΩΝ around. HN Italy 1980. Near Very Fine; rich brown and green patina, with attractive red patina on eagle. (Cf. lots 17 and 18.) The Brettii appear to have originated from a group of runaway slaves and fugitives from Greek cities in the north who took refuge in the rugged mountainous regions of southern Italy, eventually gaining power over most of Italy ...
18 Nov 2020130 USD
Davissons, Ltd. - E-Auction 37, Lot 18
BRUTTIUM. The Brettii. Circa 214-211 B.C. Æ half unit (triobol). 2.99 gm. 17 mm. Head of Nike facing left, wearing stephanos; [NIKA] to left; grain ear to right behind neck / Zeus standing right, wielding thunderbolt and holding scepter; BPETTIΩΝ to left, cornucopia to right, star below. Scheu, Bronze 27. HN Italy 1982. SNG ANS 60. Very Fine; attractive light green patina. (Cf. lots 16 and 18.) Ex Roma Numismatics E-Sale 6 (22 February 2014) lot 12. The Brettii appear to have originated fr...
18 Nov 202080 USD
Davissons, Ltd. - E-Auction 37, Lot 19
BRUTTIUM. The Brettii. Circa 208-203 B.C. Æ unit. 8.07 gm. 24 mm. Laureate head of Zeus right / Eagle standing left, wings spread; tripod and palm to left; BΡETTIΩΝ to right. HN Italy 2009. Good Very Fine; beautiful glossy olive green patina; good style; sharply struck on a very broad flan. (Cf. lots 16 and 17.) The Brettii appear to have originated from a group of runaway slaves and fugitives from Greek cities in the north who took refuge in the rugged mountainous regions of southern Italy...
18 Nov 2020Unsold 
Heritage Auctions Europe / MPO Auctions - Auction 66, Lot 4489
Hanniballianus (335-337) - AE Follis (Constantinople, 1.53 g) - FL HANNIBALIANO REGI Bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust right / SECVRITAS PVBLICA River god Euphrates reclining right, holding sceptre and reed, and resting elbow upon overturned urn from which liquid flows (CONS in ex.) (RIC 147) - good VF, some roughness, nice grade for type Starting Price: 100 EUR...
16 Nov 2020140 EUR
Tauler & Fau - Auction 69, Lot 2047
Carthage Nova. 1/4 siclo - shekel. 220-205 a.C. Cartagena (Murcia). (Abh-545). (Acip-605). (Sng Cop-297). Anv.: Male head (Hannibal?) left. Rev.: Horse standing right. Ag. 1,92 g. Choice VF. Est...200,00. /// SPANISH DESCRIPTION: Cartagonova. 1/4 siclo - shekel. 220-205 a.C. Cartagena (Murcia). (Abh-545). (Acip-605). (Sng Cop-297). Anv.: Cabeza masculina (Hannibal?) a izquierda. Rev.: Caballo parado a derecha. Ag. 1,92 g. MBC+. Est...200,00....
10 Nov 2020250 EUR
Tauler & Fau - Auction 69, Lot 2219
Hannibaliano. Follis. 336-337 d.C. Constantinople. (Ric-147). Anv.: FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI. Nacked and draped bust to right. Rev.: SECVRITAS PVBLICA. God of the Euphrates River reclining on the right, resting on a sceptre, next to his cup from which water flows, reed in the background. In exerge CONSS. Ae. 1,07 g. Weak strike. VF. Est...100,00. /// SPANISH DESCRIPTION: Hannibaliano. Follis. 336-337 d.C. Constantinopla. (Ric-147). Anv.: FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI. Busto desnudo y drapeado co...
10 Nov 202060 EUR
Dix Noonan Webb Ltd - Auction 184, Lot 407
The Antony Scammell Collection of Roman Coins (Part II) Roman Imperial Coinage, Hanniballianus, Follis, Constantinople, 336-7, draped bust right, rev. Euphrates seated right, leaning on sceptre, urn by side, reed behind, 1.49g (RIC 147). Light smoothing in fields, otherwise very fine, rare £60-£80...
3 Nov 2020140 GBP
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