The Quarter-Shekel denomination
The Shekel was a denomination weighing about 8.6 grammes and mainly used by the Phoenician - or Punic - city states and in Judea.

In the New Testament, Tyrian Shekels are hypothesized to be the infamous '30 pieces of silver' given by the Romans to Judas.

Shekels were also struck in gold, but obviously to a different weight standard.

Fractional shekels were also struck.
Quarter-Shekel

(1) Akragas ~ 211-210 BCE
Obverse: Head of Triptolemos to the right
Reverse: Horse gallopping right, ḤT underneath
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(2) Hannibal 212-209 BC
Obverse: Head of Tanit left
Reverse: Horse standing right
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