Obverse description : A croiseté accosté de 4 globules, l’ensemble dans un grènetis régulier.
Reverse description : Personnage de bout de face, avec une croix dans chaque main.
(Seventh - eighth century)
Many Merovingian coins, hit badly, with very poor or very explicit epigraphy can not be attributed to a particular workshop. Unfortunately too rare coins have the same problem. Allocations based on old books often an unknown currency at the time will often struggle to be assigned, unless it is possible to read the workshop or to find the name of the Monetary and compare with production in workshops where he struck coins ....