Greek Silver & Bronze Coins
SICULO-PUNIC, "Carthage" (c.410-395 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (17.46 g), obv. forepart of a bridled horse to left, crowned by Nike above flying to left, grain ear before horse, line border, rev. palm tree with drooping branches and two date clusters, legend across field "QRT/HDST". (cf.S.6426, Jenkins SNR 53, 30 [same dies O8/R29], SNG Lloyd 1607 [same dies]). Good very fine with a delightful tone and black patination on the highlights, only three recorded by Jenkins and extremely rare.
Ex Noble Numismatics, Sale 112, lot 3736. Previously Itallo Vecchi Sale No.16, October 9, 1999 (lot 84) and Noble Numismatics Sale 64 (lot 2426).
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SICULO-PUNIC, "Carthage" (c.410-395 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (17.46 g), obv. forepart of a bridled horse to ...