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Bertolami Fine Arts - ACR Auctions - E-Auction 73, Lot 1400
Hannibalianus (Rex Regum, 335-337). Æ Reduced Follis (14mm, 1.67g, 6h). Constantinople, 336-337. Draped and cuirassed bust r. R/ Euphrates reclining r., leaning on sceptre; urn at side; reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 148. Rare, VF Starting Price: 20 GBP...
14 Sep 2019Upcoming
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Bertolami Fine Arts - ACR Auctions - E-Auction 73, Lot 1401
Hannibalianus (Rex Regum, 335-337). Æ Reduced Follis (15mm, 1.40g, 6h). Constantinople, 336-337. Draped and cuirassed bust r. R/ Euphrates reclining r., leaning on sceptre; urn at side; reed in background; CONSS. RIC VII 148. Rare, near VF Starting Price: 250 GBP...
14 Sep 2019Upcoming
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Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 112, Lot 101
CARTHAGE. Circa 350-320 BC. AV Stater (18.5mm, 9.19 g, 7h). Carthage mint. Head of Tanit left, wearing wreath of grain ears, triple-pendant earring, and necklace with eight pendants / Horse standing right on exergual line; three pellets to right of foreleg. Jenkins & Lewis Group IIIg–h; CNP 1.5h; MAA 4. Some light scratches and slight die shift on reverse. EF. The North African metropolis of Carthage was the great rival of Rome for dominance in the post-Hellenistic Ancient World. Led by an ...
11 Sep 2019Upcoming
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Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 112, Lot 102
CARTHAGE. Circa 350-320 BC. AV Stater (18.5mm, 9.25 g, 7h). Carthage mint. Head of Tanit left, wearing wreath of grain ears, triple-pendant earring, and necklace with eight pendants / Horse standing right on exergual line; three pellets to right of foreleg. Jenkins & Lewis Group III; CNP 1.5h; MAA 4. A few light marks and scuffs. EF. From the Matthew Curtis Collection. Ex Giessener Münzhandlung 46 (30 October 1989), lot 445. The North African metropolis of Carthage was the great rival of R...
11 Sep 2019Upcoming
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Heritage World Coin Auctions - Long Beach Signature Sale 3076, Lot 33001
Ancients PUNIC SPAIN. Barcids. Ca. 237-209 BC. AR quarter-shekel (14mm, 1.69 gm, 12h). NGC XF 4/5 - 2/5. Head of Melqart or Hannibal left, club over shoulder / Elephant walking right. ACIP 555. https://coins.ha.com/itm/ancients/greek/ancients-punic-spain-barcids-ca-237-209-bc-ar-quarter-shekel-14mm-169-gm-12h-ngc-xf-4-5-2-5/a/3076-33001.s?type=CoinArchives3076 HID02906262019 © 2019 Heritage Auctions | All Rights Reserved Estimate: 500-700 USD...
5 Sep 2019Upcoming
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Heritage World Coin Auctions - Long Beach Signature Sale 3076, Lot 33007
Ancients ZEUGITANA. Carthage. Time of Hannibal (ca. 213-210 BC). AR half-shekel (21mm, 5.94 gm, 12h). NGC VF 4/5 - 3/5. Carthaginian occupation of Punic Spain. Bare male head (Hannibal?) left / Horse right, palm tree behind; Punic letter zayin below. SNG BM Spain 111. cf. SNG Copenhagen (North Africa) 295 (no Punic letter). The distinctive obverse head has been variously described in the literature as a depiction of Melqart, a Semitic version of Heracles, or Hannibal in the guise of the god, ...
5 Sep 2019Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 61, Lot 66
Spain, Carthago Nova Æ Unit. Roman Occupation, after 209 BC. Bare-head left (Scipio Africanus?) / Horse standing right; palm tree behind. CNH Class XI, 282; SNG BM Spain 127-128; ACIP 609. 10.30g, 23mm, 12h. Good Very Fine; a very attractive and well-preserved example of the type. Rare. Ex Javier Paris Collection. 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 possessio...
22 Aug 2019Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 61, Lot 980
Hanniballianus (nephew of Constantine I) Æ Nummus. Constantinople, AD 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right / SECVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates seated right on ground, leaning on sceptre with urn at his side and reed in background; CONSS in exergue. RIC 147; LRBC 1036. 1.81g, 18mm, 12h. Near Very Fine. From a private German collection. Estimate: 75 GBP...
22 Aug 2019Upcoming
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Heritage World Coin Auctions - Monthly Auction 271933, Lot 35457
Ancients Hanniballianus, as Rex Regum (AD 335-337). AE 3/4 or BI nummus (17mm, 1.24 gm, 6h). NGC Choice XF 5/5 - 3/5. Constantinople, 6th officina, AD 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, bare headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hanniballianus right, seen from front / SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates reclining right on ground, leaning on scepter in right hand, urn at side, reed in background; CONSS in exergue. RIC VII 147. Coins of Hanniballianus, nephew of Constantine I the Great, were struck only ...
18 Aug 2019380 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - Monthly Auction 271933, Lot 35458
Ancients Hanniballianus, as Rex Regum (AD 335-337). AE 3/4 or BI nummus (16mm, 1.36 gm, 12h). NGC Choice XF 4/5 - 4/5. Constantinople, 6th officina, AD 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, bare headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hanniballianus right, seen from front / SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates reclining right on ground, leaning on scepter in right hand, urn at side, reed in background; CONSS in exergue. RIC VII 147. https://coins.ha.com/itm/ancients/roman-imperial/hanniballianus-as-rex-regum...
18 Aug 2019280 USD
Stack's Bowers Galleries (& Ponterio) - August 2019 ANA Auction, Lot 20001
IBERIA. Punic Iberia. AR Half Shekel (3.52 gms), Carthago Nova Mint, ca. 237-209 B.C. NGC VF, Strike: 5/5 Surface: 2/5. SNG Cop-296 (Zeugitania); SNG BM Spain-114-6. Obverse: Bare male head (Hannibal?) left; Reverse: Horse standing right. Struck during the Carthaginian occupation of Iberia, this rather scarce piece does exhibit some roughness to its surfaces and moderate wear throughout, but possesses a well centered strike and charming cabinet tone. From the Collection of Dr. James Eustace B...
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 60, Lot 101
Bruttium, Petelia Æ20. Late 3rd century BC. Laureate head of Apollo right / Tripod' ΠΕΤΗ-ΛΙΝΩΝ around. Caltabiano, Petelia 2; HN Italy 2455; SNG ANS 603. 5.35g, 20mm, 7h. Good Extremely Fine; in exceptional state of preservation. Very Rare. Ex Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 266, 19 October 2011, lot 31. During the Second Punic War Petelia remained a Roman ally, while all of the other Bruttian cities had gone over to Hannibal. After a long siege, it was taken by the Carthagi...
1 Aug 20191,000 GBP
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 447, Lot 587
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (16mm, 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 1036. Dark brown patina, pit on obverse, reddish earthen encrustation. VF. Estimate: 100 USD...
3 Jul 2019130 USD
Nomos AG - obolos 13, Lot 695
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 16 mm, 1.58 g, 5 h), Constantinople, 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right. Rev. SECVRITAS PVBLICA /CONSS Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side; reed in background. RIC 147. LRBC 1036. A well struck, well centered and clear example. Good very fine. Starting Price: 75 CHF...
2 Jul 2019300 CHF
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 8, Lot 1532
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 15 mm, 1.39 g, 12 h), Constantinopolis, 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right. Rev. SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA / CONSS The river-god Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side from which water flows, reed in background. RIC 147. A sharply struck example with a fine portrait. Minor flan crack, otherwise, good very fine. Starting Price: 75 CHF...
29 Jun 2019600 CHF
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 8, Lot 1533
Hannibalianus, Rex Regum, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 17 mm, 1.87 g, 7 h), Constantinopolis, 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right. Rev. SE-[CV]RITAS PVBLICA / CONSS The river-god Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side from which water flows, reed in background. RIC 147. Some cleaning scratches, otherwise, about very fine. Starting Price: 50 CHF...
29 Jun 2019102 CHF
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 58, Lot 84
North Africa, Carthage AR Shekel. Time of Hannibal. Carthago Nova, circa 218-206 BC. Bare male head (Hannibal?) left / Horse right, palm tree behind. Villaronga 1973, 142; CNH p. 71, 64; BMC 104. 6.05g, 22mm, 1h. Very Fine. Very Rare. Ex Roma Numismatics Ltd, E-Live Auction 2,30 August 2018, lot 97. 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 Mercenar...
20 Jun 2019950 GBP
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 446, Lot 417
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (14.5mm, 1.47 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 1036. Near VF, dark green patina, earthen encrustation. Estimate: 100 USD...
19 Jun 201980 USD
Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. - Buy or Bid Sale 207, Lot 52
Sicily, Siculo-Punic. Tetradrachm; Sicily, Siculo-Punic; c. 300-289 BC, Tetradrachm, 17.03g. Jenkins-384. Obv: Head of Herakles r. Rx: Head and neck of horse l., palm tree behind, Punic legend below.Like the previous lot, this coin was certainly executed by a highly competent artist, though some of the features of Alexander as Hercules show a slightly Punic tilt. Somewhat reminiscent of the portrait of Hannibal. MS Starting Price: 4225 USD...
13 Jun 20195,500 USD
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Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. - Buy or Bid Sale 207, Lot 54
Zeugitana, Carthage. 1/4 shekel; Zeugitana, Carthage; Time of Hannibal, Second Punic War, 220-210 BC. 1/4 shekel, 1.73g. Jenkins & Lewis, Pl. 28, 4-6; SNG Cop-369; Sear-6499. Obv: Head of Tanit l., wreathed with wheat ears, wearing [necklace] and single-drop earring. Rx: Horse standing r.Minor traces of pitting. F Starting Price: 130 USD...
13 Jun 2019165 USD
Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. - Buy or Bid Sale 207, Lot 55
Zeugitana, Carthage. 1/4 shekel; Zeugitana, Carthage; Time of Hannibal, Second Punic War, 220-210 BC. 1/4 shekel, 1.59g. Jenkins & Lewis, Pl. 28, 4-6; SNG Cop-369; Sear-6499. Obv: Head of Tanit l., wreathed with wheat ears, wearing [necklace] and single-drop earring. Rx: Horse standing r.. VF Starting Price: 179 USD...
13 Jun 2019220 USD
Tauler & Fau - Auction 30, Lot 19
Sicilia. Selinunte. Tetradracma. 455-415 a.C. (Sng Ans-699). Anv.: Apolo a derecha en biga con las riendas y Artemisa con arco y flecha, en exergo grano de cebada. Rev.: ΣΕΛΙΝΟΝΤΙΟN; el Dios del río Selinunte, con pátera y rama; a la izquierda, un altar con un gallo delante; A la derecha, un toro sobre un pedestal y una hoja de apio.. Ag. 16,25 g. Ejemplar muy centrado. Tono. Rara. MBC+. Est...1500,00. Selinunte (Selinus, griego (Σελινοῦς) fue una antigua ciudad griega al sur de la isla d...
29 May 20192,500 EUR
VAuctions - Pegasi Auction 40, Lot 18
CARTHAGO NOVA. Hannibal, 218-206 BC. AR Shekel (5.97 gm). Head of Hannibal / Horse standing before palm tree. SNG.BM.104. MHC.142. Burg.415. Lightly Toned VF. Rare, especially as Shekel. Choice portrait. Starting Price: 1950 USD...
28 May 2019Unsold 
VAuctions - Pegasi Auction 40, Lot 227
ZEUGITANIA, Carthage. Hannibal, 221-202 BC. Æ30 (19.66 gm). Wreathed head of Tanit / Horse standing before palm-tree. SNG.Cop.344v. Uneven VF+, brown patina, struck over uncertain host. Starting Price: 150 USD...
28 May 2019Unsold 
Leu Numismatik AG - Auction 4, Lot 190
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, lustr...
25 May 20198,500 CHF
Aurea Numismatika - Auction 92, Lot 512
Hanniballianus, 335 - 337 AE 4, Constantinopolis, 336 - 337, Rv: SECVRITAS PVBLICA, sedící Euphrates na zemi zprava se opírá o žezlo, vedle něj je urna, za ním rákos, RIC.147_RR! -1/1- Starting Price: 8000 CZK...
18 May 20198,000 CZK
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 444, Lot 427
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (15mm, 1.54 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. VF, earthen green patina, compact flan, cleaning marks. Estimate: 100 USD...
15 May 201965 USD
Savoca Numismatik GmbH & Co. KG - Online Auction 33 | Silver, Lot 336
Hannibalianus, Caesar AD 335-337. Constantinople Follis Æ 15 mm., 1,52 g. [FL HANIBALLIANO REGI], bare head, draped and cuirassed bust right / [SECVRITAS PVBLICA], Euphrates seated right, leaning on sceptre, urn at his side, reed in background; CONSS in exergue. fine RIC 147. Starting Price: 75 EUR...
12 May 201975 EUR
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 56, Lot 1150
Hanniballianus Æ Nummus. Constantinopolis, AD 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right / SECVRITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates seated right on ground, leaning on sceptre with urn at his side and reed in background. RIC 147; LRBC 1036. 1.37g, 16mm, 3h. Near Very Fine. From the inventory of a UK dealer. Estimate: 75 GBP...
9 May 201985 GBP
Marti Hervera and Soler & Llach - Auction 1108, Lot 490
Medio Centenional. Acuñada el 335-337 d.C. ANIBALIANO. Anv.: F. L. HANNIBALLIANO REG. Busto a derecha. Rev.: SECVRITAS PVBLICA CONSS. Éufrates reclinado a derecha con cetro y cántaro. 1,35 grs. AE. ESCASA. C-2; RIC-147. MBC. ...
9 May 201975 EUR
Numismatica Ars Classica - Auction 114, Lot 1
Greek coins Etruria, Lucca. 10 units III century, AR 4.26 g. Hippocamp r.; below, dolphin and above, dolphin and CC. Rev. Blank. Sambon 24. AMB 19 (this coin). SNG ANS 17. ECC 8.1 (this coin). Historia Numorum Italy 98. Very rare and in exceptional condition for the issue. Unobtrusive porosity and an area of oxidation on the reverse, otherwise about extremely fine Ex Numismatica Ars Classica sale 13, 1998, formerly exhibited at the Antikenmuseum Basel , 19. The city of Luca was...
6 May 20198,000 CHF
Numismatica Ars Classica - Auction 114, Lot 370
The Roman Republic Stater circa 218-216, AV 6.84 g. Laureate Janiform head of the Dioscuri. Rev. Oath taking scene with two warriors, one Roman and the other representing the Italian allies, standing facing each other, holding spears and touching with their swords a pig held by a figure kneeling between them. In exergue, ROMA. Babelon 27. Bahrfeldt 1.1 (this coin ?). Sydenham 69. Kent-Hirmer pl. 7, 14. Historia Numorum Italy 332. RBW 61. Crawford 28/1. Extremely rare. An interest...
6 May 201977,500 CHF
Numismatica Ars Classica - Auction 114, Lot 1001
Greek coins Iberia, Carthago Nova. Hispano-Carthaginian issues. Shekel circa 221-206, AR 7.09 g. Male head l. (Hannibal?). Rev. Horse standing r. Behind, palm tree. CNH 86. Robinson, Essays Mattingly, 7(f). Villaronga- Benages 626. Light iridescent tone, an unobtrusive scratch on reverse, otherwise very fine Estimate: 1500 CHF...
6 May 20191,500 CHF
Oslo Myntgalleri AS - Auction 16, Lot 292
Hanniballianus (Rex) 335-337, Æ4, Constantinople 336-337 e.Kr. R: Elveguden Euphrates liggende mot høyre Ex. Busso-Peus auksjon 2/11-1994 nr.1123 Grade:01 Starting Price: 6000 NOK...
4 May 201910,500 NOK
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 443, Lot 434
Celtiberian. Second Punic War, circa 211-206 BC. AR Hacksilber (2 pieces) (15.57 & 4.07 g). Cf. Van Alfen, et al., "A New Celtiberian Hacksilber Hoard, c. 200 BCE" (AJN 2008), pp. 265-293 & pl. 67-8 for similar examples. As made, toned. Two (2) pieces in lot. From the Andrew McCabe Collection, purchased from Numismática Prados, Lisbon. Iberian silver ingots likely from the Second Punic War period, weights 15.57 and 4.07 grams. See van Alfen, Almagro-Gorbea, and Ripollès, "A New Celtiberian H...
1 May 2019220 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - CSNS Signature Sale 3073, Lot 30042
Ancients MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Philip V (221-179 BC). AR tetradrachm (29mm, 16.97 gm, 12h). NGC MS 5/5 - 3/5, scratches. Head of Perseus left, wearing winged Phrygian helmet with griffin at peak, harpa over shoulder; all within doubled-lined circle in center of Macedonian shield, the outer margins ornamented with stars within doubled ovals / BAΣIΛEΩΣ / ΦIΛΛIΠOY, large horizontal club right within oak wreath with ties at left. HGC 3.1, 1056. Du Chastel 210. SNG Munich 1125. AMNG III p. 197, 1 (Ph...
25 Apr 20191,600 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - CSNS Signature Sale 3073, Lot 32004
Ancients PUNIC SPAIN. Carthago Nova. Carthaginian Occupation, Time of Hannibal. Ca. 237-209 BC. AR shekel (22mm, 6.05 gm, 12h). NGC Choice VF 3/5 - 4/5. Carthago Nova. Bare male head (Hannibal?) left / Horse right, palm tree behind; Punic letter zayin below. SNG BM Spain 111. cf. SNG Copenhagen (North Africa) 295 (no Punic letter). Very rare. Nice portrait with areas of golden red toning. The distinctive obverse head has been variously described in the literature as a depiction of Melqart, a ...
25 Apr 2019460 USD
Nomos AG - obolos 12, Lot 834
Hannibalianus, 335-337. Follis (Bronze), Constantinople, 6th officina (s), 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right. Rev. SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA / CONSS Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side and reed in background. LRBC 1036. RIC 147. A clear example. Very fine. Starting Price: 50 CHF...
31 Mar 2019110 CHF
Nomos AG - obolos 12, Lot 835
Hannibalianus, 335-337. Follis (Bronze, 15.5 mm, 1.54 g, 12 h), Constantinople, 6th officina (s), 336-337. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Hannibalianus to right. Rev. SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA / CONSS Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter; urn at side and reed in background. LRBC 1036. RIC 147. An example with a lovely portrait. Very fine. Starting Price: 50 CHF...
31 Mar 2019110 CHF
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Münzzentrum Rheinland - Auction 188, Lot 320
RÖMISCHES KAISERREICH. Hanniballianus Rex 335-337. AE-Minutus 15mm 1,40g, Konstantinopel, 6. Off. Paludamentbüste n.r. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI / SE-CVRITAS PVBLICA Flussgott Euphrates lagert mit Sceptrum n.r.; unten CONS[S]. RIC 147 (r2), LRBC 1034. . R dunkelbraungrüne Patina, ss/s Estimate: 150 EUR...
20 Mar 2019200 EUR
Agora Auctions - Pegasi Buy or Bid 155, Lot 9
SPAIN, Carthago Nova. Barcids in Spain. Hannibal, 218-209 BC. AR Quarter-Shekel (1.79 gm). Laureate head of Hannibal as Melqart / Elephant walking. Robinson 6d. CNH.15. BMC.Spain.99 Toned Bold VF+. Very Rare. Estimate: 2550 USD...
19 Mar 2019Unsold 
Agora Auctions - Pegasi Buy or Bid 155, Lot 163
ZEUGITANA, Carthage. Time of Hannibal, Second Punic War, 220-215. AE30 Trishekel (16.80 gm). Head of Tanit / Horse standing with palm behind, Punic T S below. MAA.84b. SNG.Cop.341. VF/VF+, brown patina weak spots, some smoothing. Scarce. Estimate: 325 USD...
19 Mar 2019225 USD
Agora Auctions - Pegasi Buy or Bid 155, Lot 469
HANNIBALLIANUS, Rex, 335-337 AD. AE Reduced Follis (1.70 gm) of Constantinople. Bare headed draped and cuirassed bust / Euphrates reclining leaning on a sceptre, urn at side, reed in front. RIC.147(R2). Fine+, brown black patina, some smoothing. Very Rare. Estimate: 235 USD...
19 Mar 2019Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 439, Lot 599
Hanniballianus. Rex Regum, AD 335-337. Æ Follis (16mm, 1.52 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. Near VF, green patina, some roughness. Ex Agora 6 (11 March 2014), lot 277. Estimate: 100 USD...
6 Mar 201990 USD
Naville Numismatics Ltd. - Auction 46, Lot 1
Hispania, Carthago Nova Shekel circa 218-206, AR 23mm., 6.05g. Bare head l. (Hannibal). Rev. Horse standing r., in background palm tree. BMC 104. Villaronga 142. CNH 64. Rare, Very Fine. Starting Price: 400 GBP...
27 Jan 2019625 GBP
Heritage Auctions Europe / MPO Auctions - Auction 60, Lot 2990
Roman Imperial Coinage - Hanniballianus (335-337) - AE Follis (Constantinople mint, 6th officina, 336-337 AD, 1.40 g) - Bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust right / The river-god Euphrates reclining right, leaning on scepter (in ex. CONSS) (RIC VII 148 / LRBC 1036) - VF, nice patina Estimate: 50 EUR...
17 Nov 2018Unsold 
OGN Numismatique - Pierre Crinon - October 2016 Auction, Lot 36
Monnayage SICULO-PUNIQUE. Occupation carthaginoise dans le Bruttium. Seconde guerre punique, époque d'Hannibal (216-211). Drachme ou demi-shekel. A/. Tête de Tanit à gauche, couronnée d'épis et de roseaux. R/. Cheval debout à droite, sous un soleil. Cercle au-dessous.- Référence : SNG, Copenhague, n° 1006 - Müller, 89 p. 87 - Sear, voir n° 6498 - Argent. 3,68 g. (3h). De flan large. Superbe et Rare. Estimate: 600 EUR...
19 Oct 20161,800 EUR
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