Carthaginian shekel. AR, 7.34 g, 20 mm, 11 h. South-western region of Gadir, Barcid Dominion, c.237-209 BC. Diademed male head (Hamilcar?) to left. / Prow of galley to right, with rostra, oars, two shields on deck and a wreathed forepost, to which is attached a pennant; dolphin to right in exergue. MHC, Class II, 14 (same dies); ACIP 549 (same dies); AB 482. Very rare and unusually well preserved in good metal. About extremely fine. $8.244.