Ancient Gold Coins
ZEUGITANIA, Carthage, (c.300 B.C.), electrum stater, (7.29 g), obv. head of Tanit to left, crowned with wreath of corn, wearing earring with triple pendants and necklace, dotted border, rev. free horse standing to right, double exergue line below, one dot before horse's front leg, dotted border, (cf.S.6462, Jenkins Group V cf.No.245 [very similar dies, dies not noted in Jenkins cf.p.96, Pl.10], SNG Cop. 976). Slightly off centred on the obverse and less so on the reverse, otherwise nearly extremely fine, unpublished dies.
Ex Noble Numismatics Sale 59 (lot 1715) and Sale 64 (lot 2353).
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ZEUGITANIA, Carthage, (c.300 B.C.), electrum stater, (7.29 g), obv. head of Tanit to left, crowned ...