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Duchy of Savoy, Italy, Carlo Emanuele I, 1580 - 1630

|Italy|, |Duchy| |of| |Savoy,| |Italy,| |Carlo| |Emanuele| |I,| |1580| |-| |1630||testone|
The House of Savoy (Italian: Casa Savoia) is a royal dynasty that was established in 1003 in the Savoy region. The family grew in power from ruling a small Alpine county north-west of Italy to absolute rule of the Kingdom of Sicily from 1713 to 1720, when they were handed the island of Sardinia, over which they would exercise direct rule from then onward. The House of Savoy led the unification of Italy in 1860 and ruled the Kingdom of Italy until 1946; they also briefly ruled the Kingdom of Spain in the 19th century. The Savoyard kings of Italy were Victor Emmanuel II, Umberto I, Victor Emmanuel III, and Umberto II. The last monarch reigned for a few weeks before being deposed following the institutional referendum of 1946, after which the Italian Republic was proclaimed.
ME98096. Silver testone, CNI I p. 254, 65; Biaggi Piemontesi 536e (R6) Cudazzo 632b; Simonetti 50/7, aF, toned, tight flan, scratches, porosity, weight 7.626 g, maximum diameter 27.4 mm, die axis 270o, Turin mint, 1583; obverse CAR • EM • D • G • DVX • SAB • P • PED (Carlos Emanuele Dei Gratia Dux Sabaudie et Princeps Piedmont), young bust, draped, cuirassed, with ruffled collar right; reverse AVXILIVM • MEVM • A DOMINO (The Lord is my helper), crowned shield arms of Savoy, 15T83 in exergue; only three sales of this type recorded on Coin Archives in the last two decades - one specimen sold for over $21,434 plus fees; very rare; $3000.00 (€2460.00)
 


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 (€15.58)
 


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 (€15.58)
 


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 (€15.58)
 


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 (€15.58)
 


Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 8 Venezia 2º tomo (dal doge Leonardo Donà al 1866)

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Corpus| |Nummorum| |Italicorum| |Vol.| |8| |Venezia| |2º| |tomo| |(dal| |doge| |Leonardo| |Donà| |al| |1866)|
A Corpus of Italian Coins Vol. 8 Venice Part 2 (from Doge Leonardo Donà to 1866), 1917. 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 .
BK17514. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum Vol. 8 Venezia 2º tomo (dal doge Leonardo Donà al 1866), reprint of the 1917 edition, in Italian, 38 plates, 685 pages, paperback, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $19.00 (€15.58)
 


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

|Medieval| |&| |Modern| |Books|, |Corpus| |Nummorum| |Italicorum| |Vol.| |2| |Piemonte| |e| |Sardegna| |tranne| |le| |sedi| |dei| |Savoia| |già| |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 già sul volume 1, reprint of the 1911 edition, in Italian, 48 plates, 506 pages, paperback, international shipping at the actual cost of postage; $17.00 (€13.94)
 







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