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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; $105.00 SALE |PRICE| $95.00


Kingdom of Naples, Charles V (HRE), 1516 - 1554

|Italy|, |Kingdom| |of| |Naples,| |Charles| |V| |(HRE),| |1516| |-| |1554|, |cavallo|
Though always at war, Charles was a lover of peace. "Not greedy of territory," wrote Marcantonio Contarini in 1536, "but most greedy of peace and quiet." Charles pushed for the convocation of the Council of Trent, which began the Counter-Reformation. It was during Charles reign that Spain conquered the Aztecs of Mexico and Incas of Peru, and then extended its control across much of South and Central America. Charles provided five ships to Ferdinand Magellan whose voyage was the first circumnavigation of the Earth. He retired in 1556. The Habsburg Monarchy passed to his younger brother Ferdinand, and the Spanish Empire was inherited by his son Philip II. The two empires would remain allies until the 18th century. Charles was only 54 when he retired, but after 34 years of energetic rule he was physically exhausted and sought the peace of a monastery where he died aged 58. Charles' motto, Plus Ultra ('Further Beyond'), became the national motto of Spain.
SH66322. Bronze cavallo, MIR Napoli 156, VF, weight 1.215 g, maximum diameter 17.9 mm, die axis 90o, Naples mint, obverse PLVS : VLTRA, the Pillars of Hercules, banner over trefoil in center, crown above; reverse REX : IVSTVS, cross potent; $75.00 SALE |PRICE| $67.50


Kingdom of Naples, Phillip III of Spain, 13 September 1598 - 31 March 1621

|Italy|, |Kingdom| |of| |Naples,| |Phillip| |III| |of| |Spain,| |13| |September| |1598| |-| |31| |March| |1621|, |2| |cavalli|
Naples was ruled by the Crown of Aragon as part of the Spanish Empire from 1504 to 1714.
ME66316. Bronze 2 cavalli, MIR Napoli 231 (R2), F, uneven strike, tight flan, weight 2.182 g, maximum diameter 18.9 mm, die axis 0o, Naples mint, obverse + PHILIPP III D G REX ARA, two flints and two flint locks forming a cross, a flame in each angle; reverse SICILIAE ET HIERVSA, crown, two crossed scepters inside; 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.
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 patte, the horizontal beam a heraldic label with four pendants, a lis in each lower quarter; rare; $36.00 SALE |PRICE| $32.40


Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 1 Casa Savoia, Torino, Chambry e le altre sedi dei Savoia

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Corpus| |Nummorum| |Italicorum| |Vol.| |1| |Casa| |Savoia,| |Torino,| |Chambry| |e| |le| |altre| |sedi| |dei| |Savoia|,
A Corpus of Italian Coins Vol. 1 Casa Savoia - Turin, Chambry and the other Savoy headquarters, 1910. The Corpus Nummorum Italicorum, also known as CNI, was written by Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy assisted by the most experienced numismatists of the time. First attempt of a general catalog of medieval and modern coins minted in Italy or by Italians in other countries. It is still fundamental today for the study and classification of the emissions of the different Italian Mints from the Middle Ages . The work, initially scheduled in 10-12 volumes, remained unfinished due to the outbreak of the Second World War .
BK17494. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 1 Casa Savoia, Torino, Chambry e le altre sedi dei Savoia, reprint of the 1910 edition, in Italian, 42 plates, 529 pages, paperback, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $19.00 SALE |PRICE| $17.10


Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 2 Piemonte e Sardegna tranne le sedi dei Savoia gi sul volume 1

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Corpus| |Nummorum| |Italicorum| |Vol.| |2| |Piemonte| |e| |Sardegna| |tranne| |le| |sedi| |dei| |Savoia| |gi| |sul| |volume| |1|,
A Corpus of Italian Coins Vol. 2 Piedmont and Sardinia except for the Savoia headquarters already on volume 1, 1911. The Corpus Nummorum Italicorum, also known as CNI, was written by Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy assisted by the most experienced numismatists of the time. First attempt of a general catalog of medieval and modern coins minted in Italy or by Italians in other countries. It is still fundamental today for the study and classification of the emissions of the different Italian Mints from the Middle Ages . The work, initially scheduled in 10-12 volumes, remained unfinished due to the outbreak of the Second World War .
BK17496. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 2 Piemonte e Sardegna tranne le sedi dei Savoia gi sul volume 1, reprint of the 1911 edition, in Italian, 48 plates, 506 pages, paperback, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $19.00 SALE |PRICE| $17.10


Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 3 Liguria e Corsica

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Corpus| |Nummorum| |Italicorum| |Vol.| |3| |Liguria| |e| |Corsica|,
A Corpus of Italian Coins Vol. 3 Liguria and Corsica, 1912. The Corpus Nummorum Italicorum, also known as CNI, was written by Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy assisted by the most experienced numismatists of the time. First attempt of a general catalog of medieval and modern coins minted in Italy or by Italians in other countries. It is still fundamental today for the study and classification of the emissions of the different Italian Mints from the Middle Ages. The work, initially scheduled in 10-12 volumes, remained unfinished due to the outbreak of the Second World War .
BK17505. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 3 Liguria e Corsica, reprint of the 1912 edition, in Italian, 29 plates, 620 pages, paperback, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $19.00 SALE |PRICE| $17.10


Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 4 Lombardia (tranne Milano)

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Corpus| |Nummorum| |Italicorum| |Vol.| |4| |Lombardia| |(tranne| |Milano)|,
A Corpus of Italian Coins Vol. 4 Lombardia (except Milan), 1913. The Corpus Nummorum Italicorum, also known as CNI, was written by Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy assisted by the most experienced numismatists of the time. First attempt of a general catalog of medieval and modern coins minted in Italy or by Italians in other countries. It is still fundamental today for the study and classification of the emissions of the different Italian Mints from the Middle Ages. The work, initially scheduled in 10-12 volumes, remained unfinished due to the outbreak of the Second World War .
BK17507. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 4 Lombardia (tranne Milano), reprint of the 1913 edition, in Italian, 48 plates, 588 pages, paperback, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $19.00 SALE |PRICE| $17.10


Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 5 Lombardia (Milano)

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Corpus| |Nummorum| |Italicorum| |Vol.| |5| |Lombardia| |(Milano)|,
A Corpus of Italian Coins Vol. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 5 Lombardia (Milan), 1914. The Corpus Nummorum Italicorum, also known as CNI, was written by Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy assisted by the most experienced numismatists of the time. First attempt of a general catalog of medieval and modern coins minted in Italy or by Italians in other countries. It is still fundamental today for the study and classification of the emissions of the different Italian Mints from the Middle Ages. The work, initially scheduled in 10-12 volumes, remained unfinished due to the outbreak of the Second World War .
BK17508. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 5 Lombardia (Milano), reprint of the 1914 edition, in Italian, 33 plates, 474 pages, paperback, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $19.00 SALE |PRICE| $17.10


Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 6 Veneto zecche minori (tranne Venezia), Dalmazia, Albania

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Corpus| |Nummorum| |Italicorum| |Vol.| |6| |Veneto| |zecche| |minori| |(tranne| |Venezia),| |Dalmazia,| |Albania|,
A Corpus of Italian Coins Vol. 6 Veneto mints (except Venice), Dalmatia, Albania, 1922. The Corpus Nummorum Italicorum, also known as CNI, was written by Vittorio Emanuele III of Savoy assisted by the most experienced numismatists of the time. First attempt of a general catalog of medieval and modern coins minted in Italy or by Italians in other countries. It is still fundamental today for the study and classification of the emissions of the different Italian Mints from the Middle Ages. The work, initially scheduled in 10-12 volumes, remained unfinished due to the outbreak of the Second World War .
BK17511. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 6 Veneto zecche minori (tranne Venezia), Dalmazia, Albania, reprint of the 1922 edition, in Italian, 35 plates, 682 pages, paperback, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $19.00 SALE |PRICE| $17.10




  



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