A year of so ago I came across, a tetradrachm of Messana, one that has a mule drawn biga on the reverse and a running hare right on the obverse. So, I went ahead and placed a bid, which was successful. As grade goes for this example, it is not at the top, but it is decent. Sicily, Messana AR Tetradrachm. 480-461 BC. Mule biga driven to right by seated male charioteer; bay leaf in exergue / Hare springing right, MESSENION around. SNG ANS 315-319. 17.36g, 26mm, 7h. Good Very Fine. Ex Roma Numismatics Ltd., E-Sale 20, 29 August 2015, lot 80. So, if you feel inclined to hop into this thread and head down the rabbit hole, please do. But watch out for that cwazy wabbit!