Germany, Aachen, city, Wilhelm I v. Jülich (1356-61 AD), silver Double Sterling

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Germany, Aachen, city, Wilhelm I v. Jülich (1356-61 AD), silver Double Sterling, crowned facing bust, (eagle) AQVIS GRANI. CAPVT INP1. Rev. Cross, eagle and three trefoils in angles, VRBS AQVE…
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Description

Germany, Aachen, city, Wilhelm I v. Jülich (1356-61 AD), silver Double Sterling, crowned facing bust, (eagle) AQVIS GRANI. CAPVT INP1. Rev. Cross, eagle and three trefoils in angles, VRBS AQVE REGA SEDS, 1.86g (Kr. 75.3; Men. 86e).

Pleasing tone, nearly Extremely Fine.

Specification

Period 1356 - 1361 AD
Coin Group

World

Denomination

Sterling

Country

Germany

Coin House

States, Cities, Issuers

Metal

Silver

References Kr. 75.3; Men. 86e
Weight 1.86 g

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