Coins from an uncertain Punic mint

Coins with the legends "mhnt" (camp), "m'mhnt" (people of the camp), "s'm'mhnt", "m'm", and other similar variations were likely minted in Carthage and later in Sicily. Several theories debate the exact location of the mint, with the most likely candidates being Entella and Lilybaion. Another theory suggests that this was a mobile military mint, supportting the Punic war efforts, stationed regularly at Lilybaion.

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Standard circulation coins

Tetradrachm
(320 BC - 300 BC)

Silver • 16.88 g
SNG Mun 1# 1618
Decadrachm
(264 BC - 241 BC)

Silver • 37.80 g
SNG-B Lloy# 1665, Dewing# 437, Kraay&Hirm# 211, SNG-B Fitz# 1512, J&L# 446
Tetradrachm
(345 BC - 315 BC)

Silver • 16.68 g
SNG Cop# 82, BostonMFA# 492
Tetradrachm
(345 BC - 315 BC)

Silver • 17.11 g • ⌀ 25 mm
SNG Cop# 83, SNG-B Lock# 1035, SNG-B Lloy# 1614
Tetradrachm
(345 BC - 315 BC)

Silver • 16.81 g • ⌀ 27 mm
SNG-B Lock# 1036, HGCS# II-283, BostonMFA# 489, SNG-B Fitz# 1488
Tetradrachm
(345 BC - 315 BC)

Silver • 17.22 g • ⌀ 22.0 mm
SNG-B Lock# 1041
Tetradrachm (Unlocated punic mint in Sicily)
(340 BC - 320 BC)

Silver • 16.77 g • ⌀ 26.0 mm
SNG-B Lock# 1045, SNG-B Lloy# 1624
Tetradrachm
(320 BC - 300 BC)

Silver • 17.15 g • ⌀ 23.0 mm
SNG Cop# 93, HGCS# 2, 295
Tetradrachm
(320 BC - 300 BC)

Silver • 17.15 g • ⌀ 27 mm
Tetradrachm
(300 BC - 289 BC)

Silver • 17.11 g • ⌀ 23.0 mm
Jenkins# 402, HGCS# 2-295

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is stratocaster.

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