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County of Flanders (Vlaanderen), Anonymous Coinage, c. 1253 - 1300
Vlaanderen (Flanders) is the Dutch-speaking northern portion of Belgium. During the late Middle Ages Flanders' trading towns (notably Ghent, Bruges and Ypres) made it one of the richest and most urbanized parts of Europe, weaving the wool of neighboring lands into cloth for both domestic use and export.
ME89563. Silver denier, Ghyssens 430, Den Duyts 134, VF, toned, County of Flanders (Vlaanderen, Belgium) mint, weight 0.399g, maximum diameter 11.5mm, die axis 30o
, c. 1253 - 1300; obverse warrior advancing right, wearing helmet and armor, wielding sword in right hand, shield in left hand; reverse cross, flowers in each quarter; ex CNG e-auction 238 (11 Aug 2010), lot 694; scarce
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