Spain - Hispania Antígua - Dominación Cartaginesa (237-208 a.C.) - calco - ceca militar de Asdrúbal Barca en el sur de España, Segunda Guerra Punica. Tanit / Palmera. - bronze

Description
Spain - Hispania Antígua - Dominación Cartaginesa (237-208 a.C.) - calco - ceca militar de Asdrúbal Barca en el sur de España, Segunda Guerra Punica. Tanit / Palmera. - bronze
Very fine

Ancient Hispania - Carthaginians Occupation, mobile mint travelling with the troops of Asdrúbal Barca in the south of Spain during the Second Punic War, 218-212 B. C.), carbon copy of bronze (5.80 g, 24 mm). Tania head with helmet / Palm tree. Very rare!

Athena head (Tania in the Punic world) on the left, wearing helmet with crest, Punic letter on the front.
Palm tree on the back. ACIP. 601
In very good preservation condition. Beautiful olive green original patina.
5.80 g 24 mm

Please see the photos to get a better impression.

9066

Lot details
Country
Spain
Nominal Value
Hispania Antígua - Dominación Cartaginesa (237-208 a.C.) -
Currency
calco
Year/Period and Variation
- ceca militar de Asdrúbal Barca en el sur de España, Segunda Guerra Punica. Tanit / Palmera.
Precious metals
bronze
Type
Coin
Condition
Very fine
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