Banknotes from an uncertain Zeugitanian mint

Following the victory in the First Punic War in 241 BC, Rome placed crippling peace terms on Carthage. As a consequence, Carthage could not raise money to pay their mercenary army, which revolted. The citizens of Libya joined the rebels. SIlver and bronze Shekels were issued by the rebels during the time of the revolt at an uncertain mint. Ultimately, the revolt was ruthlessly defeated by Hamicar Barca.

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50 Francs (Banque Cantonale Neuchâteloise)
1883-1905

Standard banknote
P# S410, Richt/Kunz# K72
50 Francs (Banque Commerciale Neuchâteloise)
1883-1906

Standard banknote
P# S413, Richt/Kunz# K75
100 Francs (Banque Commerciale Neuchâteloise)
1883-1906

Standard banknote
P# S414, Richt/Kunz# K74
500 Francs (Banque Cantonale Neuchâteloise)
1892-1899

Standard banknote
P# S412, Richt/Kunz# K70
To be deleted
1893-1906

Standard banknote
P# S415, Richt/Kunz# K73
To be deleted
1893-1906

Standard banknote
P# S415, Richt/Kunz# K73

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