In the ancient city of Carteia a strip of flans have been found during the archaeological digs (A. Arévalo, J. Blánquez y L. Roldán, El taller monetal de Carteia (San Roque, Cádiz): recientes testimonios arqueológicos, XVCongreso Nacional de Numismática (Madrid, 28-30 octubre 2014), Madrid, 2016, pp. 897-914). It seems to belong to the type RPC 122 (ca. 7 g and 21-22 mm). The alloy of the flan strip is composed of copper (97 %) and a small quantity of tin. These analyses are similar to that of coins belonging to type RPC 122 from Carteia. This find has allowed the authors to consider the feasability of the mint being located in the same place as the discovery of the strip.