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Silver coin.(obverse) Male head diademed, left (plated and in poor style).
(reverse) Prow of war galley, right, with triple ram and wreathed forepost ending in a bird's head, to which a pennant is attached; on the deck, a pile of shields; in exergue, dolphin (plated and in poor style).
- 237BC-209BC (circa)
- Minted in: Spain (Carthaginian coin minted in Spain.)
- Weight: 6.43 grammes (plated)
- Die-axis: 9 o'clock
Spanish mint unknown.
Not on display
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Object reference number: CGR39172
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