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Coins from the County of Girona

The County of Girona was around the city of Girona, in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula. It was established by the Carolingian conquest of 785 and depended on the County of Barcelona. The bishops in the tenth and eleventh centuries and the counts of Barcelona in the eleventh and twelfth centuries minted coins independently of Barcelona. The coins were in silver, the last in billon. The designs are of portraits, religious images and crosses, mostly with the name of the county in the legend.
Wikidata: Q637935

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Dinero

1 Dinero = 2 Obolos

Obolo (fruit tree)
(934-1035)

Silver • 0.15 g
Cru# 67
Obolo (scales)
(934-1035)

Silver • 0.17 g
Cru# 71
Dinero (Christ)
(934-1035)

Silver • 0.3 g
Cru# 59
Dinero (Saint Mary)
(934-1035)

Silver • 0.3 g
Cru# 61
Dinero (saint)
(934-1035)

Silver • 0.4 g
Cru# 63
Dinero (fruit tree)
(934-1035)

Silver • 0.35 g
Cru# 66
Dinero (scales)
(934-1035)

Silver • 0.3 g
Cru# 70
Dinero (angel)
(1010-1050)

Silver • 0.2 g
Cru# 52

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is zegeri.

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