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Live auction - bfe_456582 - PROVENCE - ARCHBISCHOP OF ARLES - ANONYMOUS COINAGE Denier anonyme ou estévenant

PROVENCE - ARCHBISCHOP OF ARLES - ANONYMOUS COINAGE Denier anonyme ou estévenant AU/XF
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Estimate : 1 000 €
Price : no bid
Maximum bid : no bid
End of the sale : 12 December 2017 16:37:25
Type : Denier anonyme ou estévenant
Date: 1180-1225
Date: n.d.
Mint name / Town : Arles
Metal : silver
Diameter : 18,5 mm
Orientation dies : 2 h.
Weight : 0,86 g.
Rarity : R3
Coments on the condition:
Ce denier est frappé sur un flan assez lare et irrégulier. Exemplaire recouvert d’une patine grise, avec de petites taches vertes au revers. La main apparaît en négatif au revers
Catalogue references :
Predigree :
Exemplaire acheté auprès de Joël Creusy de Lyon

Obverse


Obverse legend : ARCHIEPIS.
Obverse description : Dextre bénissante, légende commençant à 6 heures.
Obverse translation : (Archevêché).

Reverse


Reverse legend : + ARELATEM.
Reverse description : Croix.
Reverse translation : (d’Arles).

Commentary


Monnaie particulièrement rare pour Arles copiant les deniers estévenants de Besançon.

Historical background


PROVENCE - ARCHEVÊCHE ARLES - MONNAYAGE ANONYME

(Twelfth century)

The city of Arles was, according to tradition, evangelized by St. Trophime, disciple of St. Paul. In 1162, the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa gave the right to coin money and shared the seigniory between the Count of Provence and the Archbishop. The coinage anonymous ends under Gaillard de Saumate (1317-1323) who had his name put on his coins and resumed from 1374.

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