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Coins from the Kingdom of Pamplona and Aragon

The kingdom of Pamplona and Aragon spread through the southern slopes of the Central and Atlantic Pyrenees between 810 and 1035. It minted billon coins during the 11th and 12th centuries. The designs show portraits and names of the kings and names of the kingdoms of Navarra and Aragon. Almost all the coins were minted in Pamplona or Jaca.

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Dinero

1 Dinero = 2 Obolos

Obolo - Pedro I
(1094-1104)

Billon • 0.36 g
Cru# 214
Dinero - Sancho IV
(1054-1076)

Billon • 0.8 g
Cru# 193

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is zegeri.

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