Coins from Kefra

Kefra or Kapara (Solous in Greek) was a city on the Tyrrhenian coast of North Sicily, near present-day Sòlanto. It was founded by the Phoenicians and passed on, together with Panormus and Motya, to Carthage. It was briefly occupied by Dionysus (396BC) and Agathocles (315-307BC) and finally conquered by the Romans sometime between 254-241BC. Kefra issued bronze coins beginning from the 5th Century BC.

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Litra

12 Onkiai = 1 Litra • 5 Litrai = 1 Attic standard drachm

1 Hemilitron
(344 BC - 339 BC)

Silver • 7.17 g • ⌀ 24 mm
Campana# 14, HGCS# 2-1250, CNS# 8
1 Litra
(406 BC - 397 BC)

Silver • 0.91 g
Jameson# 732
Tetras
(406 BC - 397 BC)

Bronze • 2.82 g • ⌀ 14.0 mm
CNS# II p 273, 12, HGCS# 2, 1260
Tetras
(400 BC - 350 BC)

Bronze • 2.55 g
CNS# 5, HGCS# 2, 1254, SNG ANS 1# 740-742
Tetras
(400 BC - 350 BC)

Bronze • 4.46 g • ⌀ 17.0 mm
CNS# 7
Tetras
(200 BC - 150 BC)

Bronze • 6.40 g • ⌀ 19.0 mm
CNS# 20, HGCS# 2, 1265
Hexonkion
(415 BC - 406 BC)

Bronze • 8.63 g • ⌀ 20.0 mm
CNS# 6, HGCS# 2, 1248
Hemilitron
(200 BC - 150 BC)

Bronze • 9.51 g • ⌀ 21.0 mm
CNS# 19, HGCS# 2, 1264
Bronze Æ18
(406 BC - 397 BC)

Bronze • 4.52 g • ⌀ 18.0 mm
CNS# 1, HGCS# 2, 1252
Bronze Æ15
(406 BC - 397 BC)

Bronze • 2.63 g • ⌀ 15.0 mm
CNS# 3, HGCS# 2, 1253
Bronze Æ14
(406 BC - 397 BC)

Bronze • 3.01 g • ⌀ 14.0 mm
CNS# 5 var., HGCS# 2, 1254 var.
Bronze Æ13
(330 BC - 260 BC)

Bronze • 2.03 g • ⌀ 13.0 mm
CNS# 16, HGCS# 2, 1259
Bronze Æ12
(300 BC - 241 BC)

Bronze • 1.52 g • ⌀ 12.0 mm
CNS# 11
Bronze Æ21
(214 BC - 150 BC)

Bronze • 11.26 g • ⌀ 21.0 mm
CNS# 18, HGCS# 2, 1263
Tetras
(200 BC - 150 BC)

Bronze • 2.63 g • ⌀ 14.0 mm
CNS# 21, HGCS# 2, 1267

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is stratocaster.

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