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0.2354 oz gold troy oz. gold net.SL27637. South Africa, Sovereign, 1931-SA, ICG MS62, SOLD
Portugal, Afonso V the African, 1438 - 1481
Ceuta, on the north coast of Africa, was captured by Portugal in 1415 from the Kingdom of Fez. Due to its large Spanish population, it was the only city in the Portuguese Empire that sided with Spain when Portugal regained its independence in 1640 and the War of Restoration ensued. Ceuta was formally ceded to Spain in 1668.
A ceitil is one-sixth of a real. A few badly corroded similar Portuguese copper ceitils were found by the archaeologists who discovered Fernando De Soto's first winter campsite, near Tallahassee, Florida. They also found crossbow quarrel points and rings of chainmail.ME77344. Copper ceitil, cf. Gomes 982, MEC 6 Iberian Peninsula 1020 - 1059, F, uneven strike, flan chip, weight 1.528 g, maximum diameter 21.9 mm, die axis 0o, North Africa, Ceuta mint, 1438 - 1481; obverse + REX PORTUGALIE ALGA (or similar, King of Portugal and Algarve), shield with arms of Portugal; reverse + ALFOS CEPT ET DOM (or similar, Alfonso Lord of Ceuta), castle of three towers, ramparts, base line and waves below; very rare; SOLD
Vandal Kingdom, North Africa, c. 430 - 490 A.D.
ME51666. Bronze nummus, Wroth BMCV 68 - 72, pl. III, 35 - 36, F, weight 0.550 g, maximum diameter 10.4 mm, die axis 270o, N. Africa mint, c. 430 - c. 490 A.D.; obverse bust right or horse head left; reverse palm tree with fruit; SOLD
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