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Coins from the County of Ausona

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Ausona was a county north of Barcelona, between 798 and 1364. The capital was Vic, where the Bishops of Vic and the Counts of Ausona minted silver and billon coins. The designs were almost always on religious themes: Saint Peter, his keys, bishops, blessing hand, cross and others.
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Dinero

1 Dinero = 2 Obolos

Obolo (saint)
(900-1017)

Silver • 0.5 g
Cru# 36
Dinero (saint)
(900-1017)

Silver • 1 g
Cru# 35
Dinero (cross)
(1017-1046)

Silver • 1 g
Cru# 37
Dinero (tree)
(1102-1109)

Silver • 0.4 g
Cru# 42
Dinero (keys)
(1244-1264)

Billon • 0.8 g
Cru# 45

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is zegeri.

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