Coins from the County of Barcelona

The county of Barcelona was in the city of Barcelona and surroundings from the conquest by the Carolingian empire in 801 until the union with the kingdom of Aragon in 1162. It depended on the Carolingians in the 9th century and minted Carolingian type silver coins. Later the independent bishops and counts minted silver and billon of lesser fineness, and imitation gold coins of dinars from Al Andalus.
Wikidata: Q1233672

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Dinero

1 Dinero = 2 Obolos · 1 Mancuso = 60 Dineros

Dinero (Luis I)
(814-840)

Silver • 1.6 g • ⌀ 20 mm
Cru# 5
Mancuso (Ramon Berenguer I, Eneas)
(1035-1067)

Gold (.979) • 2.6 g • ⌀ 23 mm
Cru# 25
Mancuso (Ramon Berenguer I, bilingual)
(1067-1076)

Gold (.979) • 1.92 g • ⌀ 19 mm
Cru# 26

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