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Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXV, Lot 48
BRUTTIUM, Carthaginian occupation. Circa 215-205 BC. EL Three-eighths Shekel (15mm, 2.80 g, 1h). Janiform head of Tanit, wearing wreath of grain ears / Zeus, brandishing thunderbolt and holding scepter, in quadriga driven right by Nike. Robinson, Second pl. V, 3 (Capua); Jenkins & Lewis Group XVI, 488 (Capua) = BMCRR 147 (Capua); HN Italy 2013; SNG ANS 146 (Capua); SNG Copenhagen 357. Light scratches. Good VF. Rare. Ex Tkalec (29 February 2012), lot 11. This coinage, previously attributed t...
11 Jan 2022Upcoming
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Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 18, Lot 197
SICILY. Syracuse. Hieron II, 275-215 BC. 60 Litrai or Dekadrachm (Electrum, 15 mm, 4.30 g, 6 h), 269-263 or 218/7-215. Head of Persephone to left, wearing wreath of grain ears, pendant earring and pearl necklace; behind, cornucopiae. Rev. IEPΩΝΟΣ Nike driving fast biga to right, holding reins in her left hand and kentron in her right; below, pellet. BMC 508 (same dies). BMFA 474 (same dies). Carroccio 6 (D5/R4). Fresh and lustrous, and of beautiful full Hellenistic style. The usual light die r...
18 Dec 2021Upcoming
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Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 18, Lot 3450
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 15 mm, 1.73 g, 12 h), Constantinopolis, 336-337. [FL HANNI]BALLIANO 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. The obverse struck slightly off center and with minor deposits, otherwise, about very fine. Starting price: 25 CHF...
18 Dec 2021Upcoming
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Antykwariat Numizmatyczny - Michal Niemczyk - Auction 32, Lot 4288
Ancient Coins: The Roman Empire RÖMISCHEN REPUBLIK / GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN / BYZANZ / ANTIK / ANCIENT / ROME / GREECE / RÖMISCHEN KAISERZEIT / CELTISHE / BIBLISHE Roman Empire, AE3 Haniballianus 335-337ff., Constantinople Aw: Popiersie Cezara w wieńcu laurowym w prawo. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI. Rw: Personifikacja Eufratu w pozycji półleżącej w prawo, trzyma berło i nalewa wodę do dzbana, trzciny w tle, w odcinku oznaczenie mennicy CONS S. SECVRITAS PVBLICA. Lata emisji: 336 -337 n. e.Ciem...
11 Dec 2021Upcoming
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Marti Hervera and Soler & Llach - Auction 1123, Lot 272
ROMAN COINS: ROMAN EMPIRE Roman Coins Medio Centenional. Acuñada el 335-337 d.C. ANIBALIANO. CONSTANTINOPLA. ESCASA. Anv.: F. L. HANNIBALLIANO REG. Busto a derecha. Rev.: SECV(RITAS PVB)LICA CONSS. Éufrates reclinado a derecha con cetro y cántaro. 1,47 grs. AE. C-2; RIC-147 (de Constantino). MBC+/MBC. Starting price: 60 EUR...
1 Dec 202165 EUR
Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. - Buy or Bid Sale 217, Lot 282
Helena. AE 4; Helena; Trier, 337-340 AD, AE 4, 1.26g. RIC-47, officina P=1 (R). Obv: FL IVL HE - LENAE AVG Bust r. Rx: PA - X PV - BLICA Pax standing l. holding branch and transverse scepter, .TRP in exergue. Helena, mother of Constantine I, had died in 328 or 329 AD. Her reappearance on the coinage with reverse Public Peace in 337-340 should be connected to the succession of her three grandchildren Constantine II, Constantius II, and Constans in 337, after the assassination of Dalmatius, Hann...
30 Nov 2021To Be
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Nomos AG - Auction 23, Lot 17
BRUTTIUM. The Brettii. Circa 214-211 BC. Double or Didrachm (Bronze, 27 mm, 15.66 g, 5 h). Bearded head of Ares to left, wearing a crested Corinthian helmet adorned with a griffin on the bowl; below neck truncation; grain ear; in the field to right, two pellets. Rev. ΒΡΕΤ - ΤΙΩΝ Nike standing to left, holding palm branch in her left hand and crowning military trophy with a wreath held in her right; between Nike and the trophy, cornucopiae; behind Nike, plectrum. HN III 1975. Scheu, Bronze 4. W...
30 Nov 2021750 CHF
Nomos AG - Auction 23, Lot 41
SICILY. Syracuse. Hieronymos, 215-214 BC. 5 Litrai (Silver, 17.5 mm, 4.26 g, 7 h). Diademed head of Hieronymos to left. Rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ - IEPΩNYMOY Winged thunderbolt; above, ΞA. Holloway 60 (same dies). SNG Lloyd 1566. Very attractively toned and with an elegant portrait of an unworthy ruler. Extremely fine. From an American collection and that of A. Moretti, Numismatica Ars Classica P, 12 May 2005, 1284. Hieronymos succeeded to the throne of Syracuse as a boy of 15 when his grandfather Hiero...
30 Nov 20212,800 CHF
Auktionen Münzhandlung Sonntag - Auction 35, Lot 40
Kaiserzeit. Sammlung von 179 Münzen des Römisches Kaiserreiches. Beginnend bei Octavianus bis Kaiser Valentinianus III. Dabei auch ein Aureus (Antoninus Pius: Victoria nach links schreitend) sowie ein Goldsolidus (Zeno: Victoria mit Langkreuz stehend), diverse Denare, Antoniniane, Siliqua, Sesterzen, Dupondii, Asse, Folles und einige Provinzialprägungen für die griechischen Landesteile. Dabei Prägungen von Octavianus, Augustus, Agrippa, Tiberius, Antonia, Drusus jun., Germanicus, Caligula, ...
29 Nov 202116,000 EUR
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 90, Lot 81
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. 1,70g, 13mm, 12h. Very Fine. From the collection of Z.P., Austria. Estimate: 50 GBP...
18 Nov 202185 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 90, Lot 817
Q. Minucius Thermus M. f. AR Denarius. Rome, 103 BC. Helmeted head of Mars to left / Two warriors in combat, one on left protecting a fallen comrade; Q•THERM•MF (ligate) in exergue. Crawford 319/1; BMCRR Italy 653-6; RSC Minucia 19. 3.88g, 20mm, 8h. Near Extremely Fine; attractive old cabinet tone. Acquired from Naville Numismatics Ltd. This coin records the brave deeds of the moneyer's ancestor and namesake, Quintus Minucius Q. f. L. n. Thermus, who was elected consul in 193 and assigned L...
18 Nov 2021320 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 90, Lot 1366
Hanniballianus (nephew of Constantine I) Æ 16mm. Constantinople, AD 336-337. FL HANNIBALIANO RE[GI], draped and cuirassed bust to right / SECVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates seated to right on ground and leaning on sceptre, urn beside and reed behind; CONSS in exergue. RIC VII 127 (Constantine I); LRBC 1036. 1.65g, 16mm, 12h. Near Very Fine. Rare. From the inventory of a UK dealer. Estimate: 75 GBP...
18 Nov 202170 GBP
Naville Numismatics Ltd. - Auction 69, Lot 564
Hannibalianus Rex Regum, 335-337 Æ4 Constantinopolis circa 336-337, 17.00 mm., 1.27 g. Draped and cuirassed bust r. Rev. Euphrates seated r. on ground, leaning on sceptre; urn at his side and reed in background. C 2. RIC 147. About Very fine Starting price: 35 GBP...
14 Nov 2021Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 503, Lot 49
BRUTTIUM, Carthaginian occupation. Circa 215-205 BC. AR Quarter Shekel (14mm, 1.82 g, 6h). Second Punic War issue. Uncertain Punic mint in Bruttium (Lokris?). Wreathed head of Tanit left / Horse standing right. Jenkins, Some L2; Robinson, Second p. 53, 3; CNP 23; HN Italy 2020. Slightly weak strike in center. Good VF. In contrast to the more usual quarter shekels from this period that were minted in Carthage for use by Hannibal's forces in southern Italy (HN Italy 2015), the present specimen...
3 Nov 20211,400 USD
Tauler & Fau - Auction 96, Lot 1029
Carthage Nova. 1/4 siclo - shekel. 220-205 BC. Cartagena (Murcia). (Abh-545). (Acip-605). (Sng Cop-297). Anv.: Male head (Hannibal?) left. Rev.: Horse standing right. Ag. 1,84 g. Beautiful tone. Almost XF. Est...400,00. 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. 1,84 g. Bonito tono. EBC-. Est...400,00....
3 Nov 2021290 EUR
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 89, Lot 893
Q. Minucius Thermus M. f. AR Denarius. Rome, 103 BC. Helmeted head of Mars to left / Two warriors in combat, one on left protecting a fallen comrade; Q•THERM•MF (ligate) in exergue. Crawford 319/1; BMCRR Italy 653-6; RSC Minucia 19. 3.91g, 19mm, 1h. Good Very Fine. From the inventory of Roma Numismatics Ltd. This coin records the brave deeds of the moneyer's ancestor and namesake, Quintus Minucius Q. f. L. n. Thermus, who was elected consul in 193 and assigned Liguria as his province. From...
28 Oct 2021220 GBP
Leu Numismatik AG - Auction 10, Lot 2022
SICILY. Syracuse. Hieron II, 275-215 BC. 60 Litrai or Dekadrachm (Gold, 16 mm, 4.28 g, 12 h), 218/7-215. Head of Persephone to left, wearing wreath of grain ears, pendant earring and pearl necklace; behind, poppy. Rev. IEPΩΝΟΣ Nike driving fast biga to right, holding reins in her left hand and kentron in her right; below, monogram of AΓ. Carroccio 51. Gulbenkian 352 (same obverse die). Jameson 876 = Kraay-Hirmer pl. 49, 139 (same obverse die). SNG ANS 862 (same obverse die). A splendid, lustro...
24 Oct 202113,000 CHF
Editions V. Gadoury - Auction 2021, Lot 46
Zeugitane Hannibal 221-201 av. J.-C. Shekel, Carthage, AG 6.08 g. Ref : Müller III, 34, 43 (Jugurtha); Mazard 73 (Jugurtha); Robinson Essays Mattingly p. 43, Serie 8 et pl. III, 8 a; Villaronga Tanger Hoard 91-95; Burnett Enna, 114-115. Ex Vente NGSA 2012, 27/11/2012, lot 298 (63.000 CHF + frais) Ex Vente Heritage, 02/01/2011, lot 24416 Conservation : NGC Choice AU ⭑ 5/5 - 4/5 Fine style Starting price: 30000 EUR...
22 Oct 202165,000 EUR
Golden Lion - Auction 5, Lot 2
Roman Imperial - Hannibalianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis , Good Extremely Fine / Extremely Fine – 1,52 g – RARE in this condition Starting price: 150 EUR...
16 Oct 2021150 EUR
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Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung - Auction 280, Lot 486
ZEUGITANIA. KARTHAGO. Zeit des Hannibal. 1/4 Schekel ø 14mm (1,95g). 213 - 211 v. Chr. Mzst. Akragas. Vs.: Jugendlicher Kopf (Triptolemos?) mit Ährenkranz n. r. Rs.: Pferd in Lorbeerkranz n. r. Darunter punisch HP. Burnett, Enna hoard, 151; SNG Cop 380; Müller III 47 (Hiempsal II.). ss-vz Estimate: 350 EUR...
11 Oct 2021450 EUR
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XXII, Lot 406
Kyrenaika, Kyrene AR Tetradrachm. Circa 480-460 BC. Silphium plant with two pairs of leaves and five umbels; K-Y-P-A around / Head of Zeus Ammon to right; KYPA before; all within circular border within shallow circular incuse. Cf. BMC pl. V, 14-15, and pl. XLV, 4 = Gillet 1209 = Schlessinger 13, 1595 = LHS 100, 349; cf. BMFA 1308-9. 17.09g, 27mm, 3h. Extremely Fine; die break on obv., beautiful old cabinet tone. Superb late archaic - early classical art, and in outstanding state of preservati...
7 Oct 202120,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XXII, Lot 553
Anonymous AV 60 Asses. Rome, circa 211-207 BC. Bearded head of Mars to right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet; ↓X (mark of value) behind / Eagle standing to right on thunderbolt, with spread wings; ROMA below. Crawford 44/2; BMCRR Rome 185; RBW 160-1; Bahrfeldt 4a. 3.38g, 16mm, 6h. Near Mint State; beautifully lustrous metal. Ex The Bru Sale, Auction 3, 6 May 2011, lot 63 (hammer: EUR 12,500); Ex Belgian private collection, acquired from Tradart S.A., Geneva; Ex Leu Numismatik AG, Auctio...
7 Oct 202116,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XXII, Lot 589
Q. Minucius Thermus M. f. AR Denarius. Rome, 103 BC. Helmeted head of Mars to left / Two warriors in combat, one on left protecting a fallen comrade; Q•THERM•MF (ligate) in exergue. Crawford 319/1; BMCRR Italy 653-6; RSC Minucia 19. 3.96g, 19mm, 9h. Mint State. Ex Alan J. Harlan Collection; Ex Mayflower (Sukenik) Collection, Heritage World Coin Auctions, CICF Signature Sale 3019, 25 April 2012, lot 23257; Ex Heritage World Coin Auctions, ANA Early Spring Auction, 28 February 1991, lot 1687...
7 Oct 20211,500 GBP
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 501, Lot 5
LUCANIA, Thourioi. Circa 350-300 BC. AR Dinomos (28mm, 15.97 g, 9h). Head of Athena right, wearing Attic helmet decorated with Skylla holding trident / Bull butting right; ΘOYPIΩN above, Π between hind legs; in exergue, two fish swimming right. Noe, Thurian, Group H, 14; HN Italy 1809; SNG ANS –; SNG Lloyd –; Basel –; Dewing 433. Attractive iridescent tone, light cleaning scratches and die wear, some smoothing on obverse. EF. Fine style. Ex Triton XIII (5 January 2010), lot 25 (hammer $8000)...
6 Oct 202111,000 USD
Gabinet Numizmatyczny D. Marciniak - Auction 15, Lot 6134
Hannibalianus (335-337 n.e.) Follis, Konstantynopol - Rzadkość Awers: Popiersie cesarza w zbroi i paludamentum w prawo, w otoku legenda FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Rewers: Eufrat w pozycji półleżącej w prawo, opierający się na długim berle, w odcinku CONSS, w otoku legenda SECVRITAS PVBLICA Brąz, średnica 15,6 mm, waga 1,43 g. Reference: RIC 147 Grade: VF ANCIENT COINS ROMAN EMPIRE Starting price: 89 EUR...
1 Oct 202196 EUR
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 351, Lot 55
CALABRIA. TARENT. AR-1/2 Schekel, 212/209 v. Chr., Magistrat Sogenes; 3,74 g. Reiter l., sein Pferd bekränzend//Taras auf Delphin l. mit Nike und Füllhorn. Ravel, Vlasto 975 ff.; Rutter, Historia Numorum 1079. Leicht korrodiert, gutes sehr schön Exemplar der Auktion Myntauktioner i Sverige AB 12, Stockholm 2014, Nr. 5. Dieses Stück wurde unter Hannibal geprägt.. Estimate: 200 EUR...
25 Sep 2021550 EUR
Savoca Numismatik GmbH & Co. KG - Online Auction 113 | Silver, Lot 496
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum AD 335-337. Constantinople Follis Æ 16 mm, 1,63 g FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right / SECVRITAS PVBLICA, CONS[...], the river-god Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side from which water flows, reed in background. nearly very fine Cf. RIC 147. Starting Price: 50 EUR...
19 Sep 202195 EUR
Salon Numizmatyczny Mateusz Wójcicki - Auction 8, Lot 3436
Roman Imperial, Hannibalianus, Follis - RARE Roman Imperial Hannibalianus (335-337), Follis, Constantinople mint Obverse: bust right FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Reverse: Euphrates seated right on ground, leaning on sceptre with urn at his side and reed in background, CONSS in exergue SECVRITAS PVBLICA Rzadko spotykany, szczególnie w Polsce follis Hannibaliana. Cesarstwo Rzymskie Hannibalian (335-337), Follis, mennica Konstantynopol Awers: popiersie w prawo FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Rewe...
18 Sep 202153 EUR
Stephen Album Rare Coins - Auction 41, Lot 1937
ROMAN EMPIRE: Hanniballianus, 335-337 AD, AE follis (1.84g), RIC-147, draped & cuirassed bust right // SECVRITAS PVBLICA, the river-god Euphrates reclining right, river reed in background, lovely earthen patination, VF-EF. Estimate: 100-150 USD Starting Price: 85 USD...
16 Sep 2021140 USD
Münzzentrum Rheinland - Auction 194, Lot 1016
RÖMISCHES KAISERREICH. Hanniballianus Rex 335-337. AE-Minutus 16/15mm 1,77g, Konstantinopel, 6. Off. Paludamentbüste n.r. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI / SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA Flussgott Euphrates lagert mit Sceptrum n.r.; unten CONSS. RIC 147 (r2), LRBC 1034. . R dunkelgrüne Patina, ss Estimate: 300 EUR...
15 Sep 2021Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 118, Lot 1167
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (16.5mm, 1.87 g, 12h). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 336-337. Bareheaded, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter, urn at his side, reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1034. Dark gray and brown patina, short hairline flan crack. Good VF. Estimate: 300 USD...
13 Sep 2021425 USD
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 88, Lot 78
Sicily, Motya AR Hemilitron. Circa 405-400 BC. Facing gorgoneion / Palm tree; MTV' in Punic script across fields. Jenkins, Punic, pl. 23, 5; HGC 2, 939. 0.56g, 12mm, 12. Very Fine; die break on rev. Very Rare. From the collection of Z.P., Austria, collector's ticket included. As the Greek colonies in Sicily increased in numbers and importance the Phoenicians, who had established numerous small outposts there, gradually abandoned their settlements in the immediate neighbourhood of the newco...
9 Sep 2021100 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 88, Lot 1435
Hanniballianus (nephew of Constantine I) Æ 17mm. Constantinople, AD 336-337. FL H[ANN]IBALIANO REGI, draped and cuirassed bust to right / SECVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates seated to right on ground and leaning on sceptre, urn beside and reed behind; CONSS in exergue. RIC VII 127 (Constantine I); LRBC 1036. 1.33g, 16mm, 12h. Near Very Fine. Rare. From a private European collection. Estimate: 75 GBP...
9 Sep 2021130 GBP
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 499, Lot 431
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (16mm, 1.75 g, 12h). Constantinople mint. Struck AD 336-337. Bareheaded, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter, urn at his side, reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 147; LRBC 1034. Gray-green patina, some deposits. VF. Estimate: 75 USD...
1 Sep 2021190 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - ANA Signature Sale 3094, Lot 33008
Ancients ZEUGITANA. Carthage. Time of Hannibal (213-210 BC). AR half-shekel (19mm, 3.36 gm, 10h). NGC MS 4/5 - 4/5. 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,"Essays Mattingly series 8b, pl....
19 Aug 202111,000 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - ANA Signature Sale 3094, Lot 34017
Ancients SICILY. Acragas. Punic occupation by Hannibal (ca. 213-211 BC). AR half shekel (20mm, 3.61 gm, 10h). NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5, die shift. Second Punic War, under Carthaginian rule. Male head (Triptolemus?) right, wreathed in grain ears; dotted border / Horse leaping right; H (Punic) below, all within wreath. Burnett, Enna Hoard, pl. V 134 (these dies). Müller III, 38, 45 (Hiempsal II). Mazard 78 (Hiempsal II). SNG Copenhagen 378. Flashes of rainbow hues on lovely cabinet toning. Ex Numismati...
19 Aug 20214,200 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - ANA Signature Sale 3094, Lot 34029
Ancients ZEUGITANA. Carthage. Hannibal in South Italy. Ca. 216-211 BC. AR quarter-shekel (14mm, 1.77 gm, 12h). NGC AU 5/5 - 4/5. Campanian mint under Hannibalic occupation. Head of Tanit left, wreathed with barley, wearing pendant earring and pearl necklace / Horse standing right; linear border. SNG Copenhagen 336. HN Italy 2015. Ex Numismatic Ars Classica, Auction 120 (6 October 2020), lot 238 (Locri); Roma Numismatics, Auction 5 (23 March 2013), 40 (Bruttium) https://coins.ha.com/itm/ancie...
19 Aug 20211,900 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 498, Lot 408
Hannibalianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (15mm, 1.20 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. Green patina. VF. From the Liggett Collection. Estimate: 100 USD...
18 Aug 2021140 USD
Stack's Bowers Galleries (& Ponterio) - August 2021 ANA Auction, Lot 42034
ITALY. Bruttium. Carthaginian occupation. EL 3/8 Shekel (3.12 gms), ca. 216-211 B.C. NGC AU, Strike: 5/5 Surface: 2/5. HGC-1, 1382; HN Italy-2013; SNG Cop-357. Obverse: Janiform female heads, each wearing grain ear wreath; Reverse: Zeus, holding thunderbolt and scepter, standing in quadriga right, driven by Nike, holding reins. A rather interesting type previously attributed to Capua in Campania, this type has now been reattributed to the Carthaginians in Bruttium under the command of Hannibal...
16 Aug 2021Unsold 
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Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 17, Lot 2989
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 16 mm, 1.42 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. Struck from a somewhat worn obverse die, otherwise, very fine. Starting Price: 25 CHF...
14 Aug 2021190 CHF
Agora Auctions - Numismatic Auction 101, Lot 7
Spain, Carthago Nova. Time of Hannibal, ca. 221-218 B.C. AE 1/5 unit (13.0 mm, 1.35 g, 2 h). Wreathed head of Tanit left / Carthaginian helmet left. ACIP 582; BMC Spain 67. aVF, minor flan crack, minor roughness. Rare. Ex Harlan J. Berk. Estimate: 75 USD...
20 Jul 2021Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 86, Lot 125
North Africa, Carthage AR Quarter-Shekel. Carthaginian occupation of Spain. Carthago Nova, circa 237-209 BC. Bare male head to left; dotted border / Horse standing to right; dotted border. SNG Copenhagen 297; Robinson 7.n; Roma e43, 56. 1.69g, 14mm, 12h. Very Fine. Extremely Rare. Ex Roma Numismatics Ltd., E-LIVE Auction 2, 30 August 2018, lot 96. This coin is conventionally believed to carry the portrait of Hannibal on the obverse. Estimate: 250 GBP...
8 Jul 2021550 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 86, Lot 126
North Africa, Carthage Æ 14mm. 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. 2.01g, 14mm, 12h. Very Fine. Extremely Rare. From the Vitangelo Collection, collector's ticket included. Estimate: 50 GBP...
8 Jul 202130 GBP
Heritage Auctions Europe / MPO Auctions - Auction 70, Lot 2192
North Africa - AR Half shekel (Carthago or uncertain mint in Sicily, c 213-210 BC, 3.14 g) - Male head (Melqart or Hannibal) left / Elephant walking right, Punic letter A in ex. (SNG Copenhagen 383 / Burnett, Enna Hoard 116-31) - good VF, impressive elephant Starting Price: 750 EUR...
25 May 20211,200 EUR
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