Denier - Thibaud II Fiefdom of Neufchâteau

Denier - Thibaud II (Fiefdom of Neufchâteau) -  obverse Denier - Thibaud II (Fiefdom of Neufchâteau) -  reverse

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Country Lordship of Neufchateau
Type Standard circulation coin
Years 1281-1303
Value Denier (1)
Composition Silver
Weight 0.53 g
Diameter 14.41 mm
Thickness 0.51 mm
Shape Round
Demonetized yes
References Bd# 1453, Flon# 1 p. 305
Catalogue général illustré de monnaies provinciales
by Émile Boudeau
(Les Chevau-légers)
Histoire monétaire de la Lorraine et des Trois-Évêchés
by Dominique Flon
(Archives de Meurthe-et-Moselle )


Horseman galloping right, wearing an armor, in extended right sword, caparisoned horse. Star between 2 dots below.


Cross patty surronded by the lettering between 2 milled circles


Translation: Neufchâteau




Thibaut II, son of Ferri III, was Lord of Neufchâteau from 1281 to his coronation as Duke of Lorraine in 1303, and died in 1312.

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Year Mintage G VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (1281-1303)  5-branch star
ND (1281-1303)  6-branch star

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