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Kingdom of Naples and Sicily, Philip IV of Spain, 31 March 1621 - 17 September 1665

|Italy|, |Kingdom| |of| |Naples| |and| |Sicily,| |Philip| |IV| |of| |Spain,| |31| |March| |1621| |-| |17| |September| |1665|, |3| |cavalli|
Naples was ruled by the Crown of Aragon as part of the Spanish Empire from 1504 to 1714.
ME92027. Bronze 3 cavalli, MIR Napoli 273/1 (NC), F, dark green patina, weight 1.292 g, maximum diameter 20.2 mm, die axis 225o, Naples mint, 1625; obverse PHILIPP IIII D G REX, radiate head right, B (mint master Fabrizio Biblia) behind, 1625 below; reverse IN HOC SIGNO VINCES (In this sign you will conquer), cross potent, flame from each angle; ex FORVM (2013); scarce; $120.00 SALE |PRICE| $108.00
 


Normans, Kingdom of Sicily, Roger II, 1105 - 1154 A.D.

|Sicily|, |Normans,| |Kingdom| |of| |Sicily,| |Roger| |II,| |1105| |-| |1154| |A.D.|, |follaro|
Roger II was King of Sicily, son of Roger I of Sicily and successor to his brother Simon. He began his rule as Count of Sicily in 1105, became Duke of Apulia and Calabria in 1127, and then King of Sicily in 1130. Roger II is remembered for having united all of the Norman conquests in Italy under one strong central government. He was also the grandfather of Frederick II.
ME70465. Bronze follaro, MIR 10 135 (R2), MEC Italy III 227, F, both sides off-center, weight 1.120 g, maximum diameter 14.9 mm, die axis 180o, Messina mint, 1150 - 1151 A.D.; obverse half-length bust of the Virgin Orans facing, MHP - ΘV (Greek abbreviation for Mother of God) across field; reverse Arabic inscription arranged as a cross: umila five hundred forty five (struck in 545 AH), four dots arranged in a square in each quarter; very rare; $90.00 SALE |PRICE| $81.00
 


Kingdom of Naples and Sicily, Charles I of Anjou, 1266 - 1285

|Italy|, |Kingdom| |of| |Naples| |and| |Sicily,| |Charles| |I| |of| |Anjou,| |1266| |-| |1285|, |denaro|
Charles I of Anjou was the King of Sicily by conquest from 1266, though he had received it as a papal grant in 1262. He was expelled from the island in the aftermath of the Sicilian Vespers of 1282.
ME66338. Billon denaro, MIR 10 347 (R3), Biaggi 493 var. (R), MEC Italy III 643, VF, weight 0.405 g, maximum diameter 15.9 mm, die axis 135o, Apulia, Brindisi mint, early coinage, 1266 - 1278; obverse K DEI GRA REX SCL, cross fleury; reverse + DVC AP ET PRIC CAPE, shield with lis and three pendants, flanked by two small lis; rare; $45.00 SALE |PRICE| $40.50
 


Kingdom of Naples and Sicily, Charles I of Anjou, 1266 - 1285

|Italy|, |Kingdom| |of| |Naples| |and| |Sicily,| |Charles| |I| |of| |Anjou,| |1266| |-| |1285|, |denaro|
Charles I of Anjou was the King of Sicily by conquest from 1266, though he had received it as a papal grant in 1262. He was expelled from the island in the aftermath of the Sicilian Vespers of 1282.
ME66658. Bronze denaro, MIR 10 356 (R), MEC Italy III 665, Biaggi 499 var. (legends reversed, NC), VF, weight 0.546 g, maximum diameter 15.9 mm, die axis 90o, Brindisi mint, 1277; obverse + •DEI•GRA•REX•SICIL•, •K• in frame of six arches; reverse + DVC APVL PRIC CAP, cross with trefoil at each end and star in each quarter; $45.00 SALE |PRICE| $40.50
 


Kingdom of Sicily, Charles of Anjou, 1266 - 1285

|Sicily|, |Kingdom| |of| |Sicily,| |Charles| |of| |Anjou,| |1266| |-| |1285|, |denaro|
Charles received the Kingdom of Sicily as a papal grant but had to take it by force from the Hohenstaufen. In 1282, he was expelled from Sicily by rebellion. He continued to claim the island, but ruled only the peninsula from his capital at Naples. By conquest he became King of Albania in 1272, by purchase King of Jerusalem in 1277, and he inherited the Principality of Achaea in 1278.
ME70461. Billon denaro, MIR 10 353 (R), Biaggi 497 (R), MEC Italy III 650, Spahr 47, VF, nice green patina, weight 0.903 g, maximum diameter 16.8 mm, Brindisi mint, early coinage, 1266 - 1278; obverse + K DEI GRA REX SICIL', large lis above narrow crescent with horns up; reverse + DVC APVL' ET PRNC CAP, cross fleury; rare; $40.00 SALE |PRICE| $36.00
 


Kingdom of Sicily, Frederick II (HRE), 1198 - 1250

|Italy|, |Kingdom| |of| |Sicily,| |Frederick| |II| |(HRE),| |1198| |-| |1250|, |denaro|
Frederick II was one of the most powerful Holy Roman Emperors of the Middle Ages. At two he was crowned King of Sicily, co-ruler with his mother Constance, the daughter of Roger II of Sicily. In 1220, he was made King of the Romans, and as such, King of Germany, of Italy, and of Burgundy. He became King of Jerusalem through marriage and the Sixth Crusade. Due to frequent disputes with the Papacy, he was excommunicated four times and Pope Gregory IX called him the Antichrist. An avid patron of science and the arts, he spoke Latin, Sicilian, German, French, Greek and Arabic.
ME73014. Billon denaro, MEC Italy III 549, MIR 10 282 (NC), Biaggi 455 (NC), Spahr 121, F, little wear but corrosion, weight 0.582 g, maximum diameter 15.2 mm, Brindisi mint, 1239; obverse F•- IM-PER-ATO-R•, long cross intersecting legend; reverse R•I-ER'-ET•S-ICL'•, crowned head superimposed at center on long cross intersecting legend; $40.00 SALE |PRICE| $36.00
 


Kingdom of Naples and Sicily, Charles I of Anjou, 1266 - 1285

|Italy|, |Kingdom| |of| |Naples| |and| |Sicily,| |Charles| |I| |of| |Anjou,| |1266| |-| |1285|, |denaro|
Charles I of Anjou was the King of Sicily by conquest from 1266, though he had received it as a papal grant in 1262. He was expelled from the island in the aftermath of the Sicilian Vespers of 1282.
ME73022. Billon denaro, MIR 10 343 (R), MEC Italy III 634, Spahr 35, Biaggi -, gF, green patina, weight 0.547 g, maximum diameter 15.8 mm, die axis 0o, Brindisi mint, 1266 - 1278; obverse + DEI GRA REX• SICIL•, KAR (AR ligate), Ω above; reverse DVC APVL' ET PRIC CAP, cross pattée, the horizontal beam a heraldic label with four pendants, a lis in each lower quarter; rare; $36.00 SALE |PRICE| $32.40
 







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