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Coins from the Prince-bishopric of Liege

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Prince-bishopric of Liege - Florin Liege (1456-1545)

1 Florin Liege = 20 Patards/Aidant = 480 Sols • 1 Brûlé = 2 to 16 Sols • 1 Rosart = 4 Patards • 1 Escalin = 6 Patards • 1 Patagon = 48 Patards • 1 Ducaton = 60 Patards • 1 Aidant Liege = 1 Patard Brabant (1456-1465) • 1 Aidant Liege = 1/2 Patard Brabant (

½ Brûlé - Érard de la Marck – obverse
½ Brûlé - Érard de la Marck – reverse
½ Brûlé - Érard de la Marck
1517-1518
Copper – 1.69 g – ø 21.3 mm
Dgs# 826
1 Brûlé - Jean de Heinsberg – obverse
1 Brûlé - Jean de Heinsberg – reverse
1 Brûlé - Jean de Heinsberg
(1419-1455)
Billon – 0.54 g – ø 20 mm
Dgs# 663
1 Brûlé - Louis of Bourbon – obverse
1 Brûlé - Louis of Bourbon – reverse
1 Brûlé - Louis of Bourbon
(1478-1479)
Copper – 1.15 g – ø 22.3 mm
Dgs# 722
1 Brûlé - Jean de Hornes – obverse
1 Brûlé - Jean de Hornes – reverse
1 Brûlé - Jean de Hornes
(1484-1505)
Brass – 2.41 g – ø 25.45 mm
Dgs# 804
1 Brûlé - Érard de la Marck – obverse
1 Brûlé - Érard de la Marck – reverse
1 Brûlé - Érard de la Marck
1512-1526
Copper – 3.41 g – ø 25 mm
Dgs# 825
1 Brûle - Érard de la Marck – obverse
1 Brûle - Érard de la Marck – reverse
1 Brûle - Érard de la Marck
1525-1527
Billon – 3.72 g – ø 26 mm
Dgs# 836
1 Rosart - Érard de la Marck – obverse
1 Rosart - Érard de la Marck – reverse
1 Rosart - Érard de la Marck
(1534)
Silver (.583) – 5.27 g – ø 30.3 mm
1 Snaphaanschelling - Érard de la Marck – obverse
1 Snaphaanschelling - Érard de la Marck – reverse
1 Snaphaanschelling - Érard de la Marck
(1506-1538)
Silver – 7.73 g – ø 35.5 mm
Dgs# 841

Prince-bishopric of Liege - Florin Brabant-Liege (1545-1650)

1 Florin Brabant-Liege = 20 Patards = 80 Liards/Aidant = 160 Gigots = 1920 Sols • 1 Brûlé = 2 to 16 Sols • 1 Plaquette = 3,75 Patards • 1 Escalin = 7,5 Patards • 1 Patagon = 60 to 70 Patards • 1 Ducaton = 76 to 84 Patards • Gold Ducat = 100 to 160 Patards

12 Sols Brûlé "½ Aidant or Gigot"- Ernest of Bavaria – obverse
12 Sols Brûlé "½ Aidant or Gigot"- Ernest of Bavaria – reverse
12 Sols Brûlé "½ Aidant or Gigot"- Ernest of Bavaria
1583-1585
Copper – 2.3 g – ø 22.5 mm
Dgs# 958
12 Sols Brûlé "½ Aidant or Gigot"- Ernest of Bavaria – obverse
12 Sols Brûlé "½ Aidant or Gigot"- Ernest of Bavaria – reverse
12 Sols Brûlé "½ Aidant or Gigot"- Ernest of Bavaria
(1594)
Copper – 2.99 g – ø 24 mm
KM# A6
12 Sols Brûlé "½ Aidant or Gigot" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – obverse
12 Sols Brûlé "½ Aidant or Gigot" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – reverse
12 Sols Brûlé "½ Aidant or Gigot" - Ferdinand of Bavaria
1614
Copper – 2.78 g – ø 22.8 mm
KM# 23
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ernest of Bavaria – obverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ernest of Bavaria – reverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ernest of Bavaria
(1581-1612)
4.33 g – ø 27.1 mm
KM# 13
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ernest of Bavaria – obverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ernest of Bavaria – reverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ernest of Bavaria
1610-1612
Copper – 4.33 g – ø 27.1 mm
KM# 10
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ernest of Bavaria – obverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ernest of Bavaria – reverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ernest of Bavaria
1610-1612
Copper – 3.2 g – ø 25 mm
KM# 15
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – obverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – reverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria
(1612-1650)
Copper – 4.58 g – ø 25.5 mm
Dgs# 1072
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – obverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – reverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria
(1612-1640)
Copper – 3.3 g – ø 25 mm
KM# 39
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – obverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – reverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria
1641-1643
Copper – 3.86 g – ø 24 mm
KM# 37
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – obverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria – reverse
1 Liard "Aidant" - Ferdinand of Bavaria
1641-1643
Copper – 3.58 g – ø 25.02 mm
KM# 42
5 Patards "Sprenger" - Robert of Berghes – obverse
5 Patards "Sprenger" - Robert of Berghes – reverse
5 Patards "Sprenger" - Robert of Berghes
(1565)
Silver – 6.72 g – ø 31.8 mm

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