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The Italian States refer to a collection of kingdoms, duchies, republics, city states and dependencies on the Italian peninsula between the Fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 AD until the Italian Unification which took place in 1861 but was completed with the conquest of Rome in 1870, ending the existence of the Papal States. Read more

See also: Italy, Monaco, Vatican City

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Albera - Milanese Soldo

27 Milanese Soldi – obverse
27 Milanese Soldi – reverse
27 Milanese Soldi
(1678)
Silver – 7.39 g – ø 33 mm
KM# 1
54 Milanese Soldi – obverse
54 Milanese Soldi – reverse
54 Milanese Soldi
(1678)
Silver – 13.76 g – ø 34 mm
KM# 2

Patriarchate of Aquileia - Soldo

1 Denaro - Gregorio di Montelongo – obverse
1 Denaro - Gregorio di Montelongo – reverse
1 Denaro - Gregorio di Montelongo
(1251-1269)
Silver – 1 g – ø 19.5 mm
Biaggi# 146
1 Denaro - Gregorio di Montelongo – obverse
1 Denaro - Gregorio di Montelongo – reverse
1 Denaro - Gregorio di Montelongo
(1251-1269)
Silver (.847) – 0.88 g
Biaggi# 147
1 Denaro - Gregorio di Montelongo – obverse
1 Denaro - Gregorio di Montelongo – reverse
1 Denaro - Gregorio di Montelongo
(1251-1269)
Silver – 1.12 g
Biaggi# 148
1 Denaro - Antonio I Caetani – obverse
1 Denaro - Antonio I Caetani – reverse
1 Denaro - Antonio I Caetani
(1395-1402)
Silver – 0.67 g – ø 18 mm
1 Soldo, Denier - Antonio II Aquileia – obverse
1 Soldo, Denier - Antonio II Aquileia – reverse
1 Soldo, Denier - Antonio II Aquileia
(1402-1411)
Billon – 0.6 g – ø 17 mm
1 Denaro - Bertrando – obverse
1 Denaro - Bertrando – reverse
1 Denaro - Bertrando
(1334-1350)
Silver – 1.1 g – ø 18.5 mm
Biaggi# 171

Archbishopric of Avignon - Piastra (?-1680)

Belmonte - Zecchino

1 Zecchino - Anthony Pignatelli – obverse
1 Zecchino - Anthony Pignatelli – reverse
1 Zecchino - Anthony Pignatelli
1733-1738
Gold (.986) – 3.49 g
Fr# 79, CNI XVIII# 1

Bozzolo - Lira (1497-1670)

1 Fiorino – obverse
1 Fiorino – reverse
1 Fiorino
(1613-1636)
Silver – 4.83 g – ø 32 mm
KM# 15, MIR# 63
1 Sesino - Scipione Gonzaga – obverse
1 Sesino - Scipione Gonzaga – reverse
1 Sesino - Scipione Gonzaga
(1636-1670)
Copper – 0.91 g
KM# 78, CNI IV# 188
10 Soldi – obverse
10 Soldi – reverse
10 Soldi
(1636-1670)
Billon – 2.53 g
KM# 27, MIR# 68, CNI IV# 120
10 Soldi (Genoa Counterfeit) – obverse
10 Soldi (Genoa Counterfeit) – reverse
10 Soldi (Genoa Counterfeit)
(1636-1670)
Billon – 2.11 g – ø 19 mm
KM# 28, MIR# 69, CNI IV# 123
1 Lira – obverse
1 Lira – reverse
1 Lira
(1613-1636)
Silver – 5 g – ø 30 mm
KM# 51
30 Soldi - Scipione Gonzaga – obverse
30 Soldi - Scipione Gonzaga – reverse
30 Soldi - Scipione Gonzaga
(1636-1670)
Silver – 5.57 g
KM# 30, MIR# 61, CNI IV# 117
1 Tallero (Dutch Counterfeit) – obverse
1 Tallero (Dutch Counterfeit) – reverse
1 Tallero (Dutch Counterfeit)
1638-1659
Silver – 23.07 g – ø 41 mm
KM# 55, CNI IV# 1, MIR# 950
1 Ducatone - Scipione Gonzaga – obverse
1 Ducatone - Scipione Gonzaga – reverse
1 Ducatone - Scipione Gonzaga
1639
Silver – 31.64 g
KM# 48.3, Dav# 3857, CNI IV# 84, MIR# 51

Cagliari - Scudo

1 Cagliarese - Carlo II – obverse
1 Cagliarese - Carlo II – reverse
1 Cagliarese - Carlo II
1668-1695
Copper – ø 21 mm
KM# 17, MIR# 92

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