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Starting in 653, Lombardy and the Duchy of Tuscany began minting a joined, royal coinage; however, the coins were only constantly minted starting after 688. At that point, the Lombards had taken a lot of modern-day Italy from the Byzantines, becoming a very strong force. The Byzantine areas continued to decline as the years went by. Under the reign of Aistulf (749-756), the Franks began posing a threat, and in 771, under Aisulf's heir, Desiderius (756-774), it came to the point where the Lombards sought protection from the pope. Even so, in 774, the Franks defeated the Lombards, taking the northern parts (Langobardia Major) as their own territory. Read more

See also: Lombardy, City of Pisa, City of Lucca, Duchy of Tuscany

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Lombardy and Tuscany - Tremissis (653-774)

1 Tremissis = 8 Siliqua = 96 Follis

1 Follis - Aistulf (Ravenna) – obverse
1 Follis - Aistulf (Ravenna) – reverse
1 Follis - Aistulf (Ravenna)
(751-752)
Bronze • 1.43 g • ⌀ 15 mm
MEC# 324, Ranieri# 848
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Fourteen dots) – obverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Fourteen dots) – reverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Fourteen dots)
(672-688)
Silver • 0.27 g
MEC# cf. 328, BMC Vandal# 15, Arslan# 23, BernProble# 12
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Nine dots) – obverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Nine dots) – reverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Nine dots)
(672-688)
Silver • 0.29 g
MEC# cf. 328, BMC Vandal# 15, Arslan# 23, BernProble# 12
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Six dots) – obverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Six dots) – reverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Six dots)
(672-688)
Silver • 0.33 g
MEC# cf. 328, BMC Vandal# 15, Arslan# 23, BernProble# 12
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Twelve dots) – obverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Twelve dots) – reverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Twelve dots)
(672-688)
Silver • 0.30 g
MEC# cf. 328, BMC Vandal# 15, Arslan# 23, BernProble# 13
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thick monogram) – obverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thick monogram) – reverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thick monogram)
(700-725)
Silver • 0.12 g • ⌀ 13 mm
MEC# 331, BMC Vandal# 16, Arslan# 29, BernSistem# 47
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thin monogram with eight dots) – obverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thin monogram with eight dots) – reverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thin monogram with eight dots)
(700-725)
Silver • 0.19 g • ⌀ 13 mm
MEC# 331, Arslan# 27, BernProble# 37
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thin monogram with eleven dots) – obverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thin monogram with eleven dots) – reverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thin monogram with eleven dots)
(700-725)
Silver • 0.28 g • ⌀ 13 mm
MEC# 331, BernMoneta# p. 206, MIB I# 796
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thin monogram with two dots) – obverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thin monogram with two dots) – reverse
½ Siliqua - Perctarit (Posthumous issue; thin monogram with two dots)
(700-725)
Silver • 0.15 g • ⌀ 13 mm
MEC# 331, Arslan# 28
1 Tremissis - Aripert I – obverse
1 Tremissis - Aripert I – reverse
1 Tremissis - Aripert I
(653-661)
Gold • 1.49 g • ⌀ 23 mm
BMC Vandal# p. 141, BernSistem# 6
1 Tremissis - Cunincpert – obverse
1 Tremissis - Cunincpert – reverse
1 Tremissis - Cunincpert
(688-700)
Gold • 1.20 g • ⌀ 22 mm
Arslan# 32, MIR# 798a, BernSistem# 8
1 Tremissis - Cunincpert (With hand in field) – obverse
1 Tremissis - Cunincpert (With hand in field) – reverse
1 Tremissis - Cunincpert (With hand in field)
(688-700)
Gold • 1.41 g • ⌀ 22 mm
BMC Vandal# cf. 1
1 Tremissis - Cunincpert (With letter in field) – obverse
1 Tremissis - Cunincpert (With letter in field) – reverse
1 Tremissis - Cunincpert (With letter in field)
(688-700)
Gold • 1.08 g • ⌀ 22 mm
BMC Vandal# cf. 1, BernSistem# 40
1 Tremissis - Unknown / Struck by Marinus Monertiarus – obverse
1 Tremissis - Unknown / Struck by Marinus Monertiarus – reverse
1 Tremissis - Unknown / Struck by Marinus Monertiarus
(688-725)
Gold • 1.43 g • ⌀ 22 mm
Arslan# 22, BernSistem# 119
1 Tremissis - Aripert II (With cross in field) – obverse
1 Tremissis - Aripert II (With cross in field) – reverse
1 Tremissis - Aripert II (With cross in field)
(701-712)
Gold • 1.23 g • ⌀ 22 mm
MEC# 321
1 Tremissis - Aripert II (With letter in field) – obverse
1 Tremissis - Aripert II (With letter in field) – reverse
1 Tremissis - Aripert II (With letter in field)
(701-712)
Gold • 1.32 g • ⌀ 21 mm
MEC# 321, BMC Vandal# 3, BernSistem# 57
1 Tremissis - Aripert II (With hand in field) – obverse
1 Tremissis - Aripert II (With hand in field) – reverse
1 Tremissis - Aripert II (With hand in field)
(701-712)
Gold • 1.32 g • ⌀ 22 mm
MEC# cf. 321, BernSistem# 47
1 Tremissis - Liutprand (Regular bust; with hand in field) – obverse
1 Tremissis - Liutprand (Regular bust; with hand in field) – reverse
1 Tremissis - Liutprand (Regular bust; with hand in field)
(712-744)
Gold • 1.31 g • ⌀ 23 mm
BernSistem# 70
1 Tremissis - Liutprand (Regular bust; with letter in field) – obverse
1 Tremissis - Liutprand (Regular bust; with letter in field) – reverse
1 Tremissis - Liutprand (Regular bust; with letter in field)
(712-744)
Gold • 1.27 g • ⌀ 23 mm
MEC# 322, BMC Vandal# 3, CNI IV# cf. 463, BernSistem# 116

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Numista referee for this country is Sulfur.

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