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Copper alloy coin.(obverse) Warrior standing, facing, holding spear.
(reverse) Horse's head, left.
- Vandal Kingdom of Africa
- 434-533 (date of kingdom)
- Minted in: Carthage
- Weight: 11.31 grammes
- Die-axis: 6 o'clock
Inscription Typedenominational mark
Inscription Positionreverse exergue
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Object reference number: CEM233706
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