Greek Silver & Bronze
SICULO-PUNIC, mint of the camp, (c.300-290 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (17.126 grams), obv. head of young Melqart or Heracles wearing lion skin to right, rev. horse's head to left, palm tree behind, Punic legend 'MHSBM' below, border of dots, (S.6436, SNG Cop. 90 [same obverse die], Jenkins SNR 57, [Series 5b] 299 [same dies, O96/R247). Light tone, dumpy flan as usual good very fine and scarce.
Ex Baldwin's London, Auction Sale, 9-10th October 2000 (lot 588).
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SICULO-PUNIC, mint of the camp, (c.300-290 B.C.), silver tetradrachm, (17.126 grams), obv. head of young ...