My first Carthaginian silver! I'd been looking slowly looking for the one that was within my budget, but still a nice looking coin. With the 1/4 shekel being on the smaller side, that was the type that I was paying more attention to. I noticed that Savoca (London) had one listed in their recent auction about a week ago. I figured that the price would bump higher in the live auction and I wasn't able to participate live, so I wrote it off. A day later I was checking the results and it showed it didn't sell, so I reached out to them to see if it was available and purchasable and Philipp replied soon after with an invoice that I happily paid. Then 3 days later (super fast shipping from UK > USA!) it was in my hands and collection. Zeugitania, Carthage, 2nd Punic War AR ¼ Shekel, Hannibal’s time in Italy Punic military mint in Campania (Capua) during Carthaginian occupation, Circa 216-211 BC Obverse: Head of Tanit left, wreathed with grain, wearing necklace and pendant earring. Reverse: Free horse standing right on ground line, linear border. References: MMA 78, SNG Cop 335 Size: 14mm, 1.67g Ex: Savoca Coin Auction, 3rd Silver, Lot #90 (9-15-2019) I hope I'm lucky enough to maybe add another type (maybe this year still?)! Perhaps an elephant??? One can dream, right?!? I'd love to see any other AR Carthaginian coins or coins that you didn't think you'd get, but somehow still got it!