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Coins from the County of Empuries

The county of Empuries was in the northeast corner of the Iberian Peninsula. It was established by the Carolingian conquest of 785 and lasted until its union with the kingdom of Aragon in 1325. It depended on the Carloingians in the 9th century and minted Carolingian type silver coins. The counts of 11th to 14th centuries minted billon coins. The designs are portraits, swords and crosses, always with the name of the county in the legend.
Wikidata: Q1541699

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Dinero

1 Dinero = 2 Obolos

Obolo - Hugo II
(1078-1116)

Billon • 0.3 g
Cru# 92
Obolo - Hugo III
(1153-1173)

Billon • 0.3 g
Cru# 95
Obolo - Hugo IV
(1200-1230)

Billon • 0.4 g
Cru# 98
Obolo - Ponce Hugo IV
(1230-1269)

Billon • 0.3 g
Cru# 101
Obolo - Hugo V
(1269-1277)

Billon • 0.3 g
Cru# 104
Obolo - Ponce Hugo V
(1277-1313)

Billon • 0.3 g
Cru# 106
Dinero - Hugo III
(1153-1173)

Billon • 0.7 g
Cru# 94
Dinero - Hugo IV
(1200-1230)

Billon • 0.8 g
Cru# 97
Dinero - Hugo V
(1269-1277)

Billon • 0.8 g
Cru# 103
Dinero - Ponce Hugo V
(1277-1313)

Billon • 0.6 g
Cru# 105

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is zegeri.

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