Weight: 11.56g, diameter 23mm. Holed. An appealing coin despite the hole, IMHO. Yet, I find it difficult to pinpoint the origin. I've looked into similar bronze coins from Sicily, several Greek cities and North-African coinage (all very unfamiliar for me). According to the seller, it's a bronze coin from Kyme, 200-180 BC. However, in my opinion, the coin shows more resemblance to Carthage trishekels during and after the second punic war, e.g. this one (which shows the most resemblance so far): https://www.forumancientcoins.com/c...fld=https://www.forumancientcoins.com/Coins2/ Bronze trishekel, cf. Viola CNP 63a; Müller Afrique 245; SNG Cop 411; Alexandropoulos MAA 105e, F, nice style, some pitting, marks, flan cracks, Carthage mint, weight 17.885g, maximum diameter 27.5mm, die axis 0o, c. 200 - 146 B.C.; obverse head of Tanit left, long hair, wreathed in grain, earring with one pendant; reverse horse striding right, Punic letter alef below.