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French, Melgueil, Bishop of Maguelonne, AR-Denarius, Roberts 4336.
French, Melgueil, Bishop of Maguelonne, AR-Denarius, Roberts 4336.
avers:-RAMVNDS (?), Two mitres, bar.
revers:- NAIDONA (?), Four annulets.
diameter: 17,5mm, weight: 0,81g, axis:h,
mint: France, mint mark: - ,
date: XI-XII Century, A.D., ref: B.753. Roberts 4336. D.1578.,
Q-001
Keywords: French, Melgueil, Bishop of Maguelonne, AR-Denarius, Roberts 4336.

French, Melgueil, Bishop of Maguelonne, AR-Denarius, Roberts 4336.

French, Melgueil, Bishop of Maguelonne, AR-Denarius, Roberts 4336.
avers:-RAMVNDS (?), Two mitres, bar.
revers:- NAIDONA (?), Four annulets.
diameter: 17,5mm, weight: 0,81g, axis:h,
mint: France, mint mark: - ,
date: XI-XII Century, A.D., ref: B.753. Roberts 4336. D.1578.,
Q-001

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Album name:quadrans / MEDIEVAL and LATER, French,
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Keywords:French, / Melgueil, / Bishop / of / Maguelonne, / AR-Denarius, / Roberts / 4336.
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Christopher H2   [Nov 16, 2014 at 07:40 PM]
We may think this coin is not detailed but ~18mm and only ~0.8 grams? That's very thin! Impressive they could circulate without being crumbled up.

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