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Ik ben een detectorist uit Nederland, en kwam over deze munt door een veiling.

Hoewel er werd gezegd om een Romeinse munt te zijn, ik geloofde het middeleeuwse zijn.

Het ziet eruit als een munt uit Sicilië, maar ik ben er niet zeker van.

Ik vraag me af of jullie me zou kunnen helpen, zou dat geweldig zijn.

Ik heb geen Italiaans begrijpen, ik weet dat dit niet wanneer geplaatst in het rechter gedeelte van het forum, mijn spijt


Met vriendelijke groeten uit Nederland,


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Hallo Wup,

I think that your coin is a ‘moneta di mistura’ (i.e., composed of a < 50% Ag silver alloy) as this one


No.: 1567. Schätzpreis/Estimate: EUR 60. d=13 mm
KAISERLICHE PODESTARIE, 1236-1255. Piccolo (Berner). *EPS. TRIDEN/T , über dem P ein Punkt. Rv. Kreuz, *INPATOR, P mit Kürzungsstrich. Sechsblättrige Rosetten. 0,36 g. Rizzoli T9. Biaggi - , vgl. 2690. Sehr schön.

(Münzen & Medaillen GmbH (DE), Auction 16, lot 1567, 19. May 2005)


Another possibility:


Trento. Podestà imperiali, 1235-1255. Piccolo, Mist. 0,24 g. EPS TRIDEN lettera T nel campo con sopra globetto. Rv.  IMP'ATOR Croce patente. CNTM, T20.Raro. BB

(Numismatica Ars Classica NAC AG, Auction 90, lot 314, 14. May 2016)


Best regards,

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Thanks for your quick reactions. I think the determination is correct, it is the first one from Duca's options. (Biaggi 2690)

Thank you very much for your response. If there are any issues with some (presumably) Dutch coins, let me know;)



@Duca: Can you tell me what 'Berner' stands for after Piccolo?


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 · #1 image-2017-01-08 (1).jpg  Non vedo pero' globetti o punti  in campo, per me corrisponde a questo , raffigurato   nel catalogo che avevo postato precedentemente http://www.numismaticaitaliana.org/biblioteca/files/libri/gazzoletti_trento.pdf


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Indeed you are right Profausto. Instead of dots there are two rosettas in Duca's example.

My coin has 1 rosetta and the dots. 

Is this a rare coin or a rather common one?

The catalog doenst give a clou on this point (at least not to me, but I have to translate every word in google)


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Good morning Wup .. There are several variations in the type of the small point, and what interests with rosette like this is the link, and you can see the approximate value


Goedemorgen Wup .. Er zijn verschillende variaties in de aard van de kleine punt, en welke belangen met rozet als dit is de link, en u kunt de geschatte waarde te zien




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