Hispania, Cartagonova Ancient Coins

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Hispania, Cartagonova. 1/4 Calco circa 220-215 BC

1/4 Calco Cartagines, Cartagena (Murcia) - 13 mm / 1.89 gr. Obverse: Head of Tanit left. Reverse: helmet left. Seller ref: CW85 (5430)


Hispania, Cartagonova. Calco con influencia indígena. 220-215 a.C.

Hispanic Calco Cartagines, Cartagena (Murcia) - 24 mm / 5.97 gr. Athena head to the left / Horse standing to the right, Phoenician letter bet between the legs. C.f. FAB. 528. Ref: CW172 (5362)


Hispania, Cartagonova. Quarter Calco c. 220-215 BC - Tanit right / Horse’s head right

Ancient Hispania - Carthaginian bronze quarter Calco (2.17 g., 15 mm.). 220-215 BC. Tanit's head to the right. Horse head to the left. FAB-556. gVF. Please see the photos for a better impression. Shipments to destinations outside of Spain (both in the EU and third countries)


Hispania, Cartagonova. Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). Semis from Cartagonova mint (Cartagena - Murcia), around 14-12 B.C. REX PTOL within wreath. C LAETILIVS

Roman Provincial - Hispania - Augustus (27 B.C. - 14 A.D.) Bronze semis (4.86 g., 18 mm.) from Cartagonova mint (Cartagena - Murcia), around 14-12 B.C. AVGVSTVS DIVI F Augustus bare head right. / REX PTOL within wreath. C LAETILIVS APALVS II V Q around. FAB. 590. RPC I 172.


Hispania, Cartagonova. 1/2 Calco con influencia indígena 220-215 a.C.

1/2 Hispanic Calco Cartagines, Cartagena (Murcia) - 16 mm / 2.49 gr. Ovb/ Crowned head of Tanit on the left. Rev/ Horse standing on the right in front of a palm tree. FAB 507. Ref: CW176 (5365)


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