Coins from Relublic of Ragusa

The Republic of Ragusa was an aristocratic maritime republic centered on the city of Dubrovnik in Dalmatia that carried that name from 1358 until 1808. It reached its commercial peak in the 15th and the 16th centuries, before being conquered by Napoleon's French Empire and formally annexed by the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy in 1808. It had a population of about 30,000 people, out of whom 5,000 lived within the city walls. Its Latin motto was "Non bene pro toto libertas venditur auro", which means "Liberty is not well sold for all the gold". Territory of the Ragusan republic was from present day Neum to the Prevlaka peninsula, including the Peljesac peninsula, islands of Kolocep, Loput and Sipan and few other smaller islands. For a few years during the 15th century it even had a rule over dalmatian islands of Korcula, Brac and Hvar. The Republican Constitution of Ragusa was strictly aristocratic. The population was divided into three classes: nobility, citizens, and plebeians, who were mainly artisans and peasants. All effective power was concentrated in the hands of the aristocracy. The citizens were permitted to hold only minor offices, while plebeians had no voice in government. Marriage between members of different classes of the society was forbidden. Although Latin was in official use until 1492, by the end of the 14th century inhabitants of the republic were mostly native speakers of Croatian. Dalmatian was also spoken in the city. Italian, official since 1492, as spoken in the republic, was heavily influenced by the Venetian language and Tuscan dialect. When Ragusa was part of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy, between 1808 and 1810, the Italian language was still in official use. Today's territory of this former country is part of Croatia.
Wikidata: Q208169

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Tallero (1294-1803)

1 Tallero = ³⁄₂ Ducato = ⁵⁄₃ Scudo = 5 Perperi = 20 Alltiluchi = 60 Grossi / Grosetti = 360 Soldi = 1800 Follari

1 Follaro (Type 1)
ND (1294-1436)

Standard circulation coin
Copper • 0.92 g • ⌀ 15 mm
N# 127351
1 Follaro (Type 2)
ND (1436-1449)

Standard circulation coin
Copper • 1.31 g • ⌀ 15 mm
N# 128556
Available for swap 1 Follaro (Type 3)
ND (1452-1612)

Standard circulation coin
Copper • 1.87 g • ⌀ 17 mm
N# 76311
1 Follaro (Nobilis Ragvca)
ND (1495-1498)

Standard circulation coin
Copper • 2.45 g • ⌀ 20 mm
N# 130508
1 Follaro (Debeljak)
ND (1495-1538)

Standard circulation coin
Copper • 10.72 g • 24 mm
N# 130506
Available for swap 1 Soldo
1678-1797

Standard circulation coin
Copper • 1.90 g • ⌀ 21 mm
KM# 6, N# 78700
½ Grosso (Head Type)
ND (1370-1533)

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 0.63 g • ⌀ 15 mm
N# 129956
½ Grosso (Bust Type)
ND (1416)

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 0.44 g • ⌀ 15 mm
N# 129958
½ Grosetto (Poludinarić - 3 Soldi)
1795-1796

Standard circulation coin
Copper • 3.95 g • ⌀ 24 mm
KM# 22, N# 86545
1 Grosso (Ragusa-Bosnia type)
ND

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 1.27 g • ⌀ 18.5 mm
N# 129945
1 Grosso (no Mint Mark)
ND (1337-1438)

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 0.96 g
N# 39795
1 Grosso (Mint Mark)
ND (1337-1621)

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 0.78 g • ⌀ 18.5 mm
N# 128264
1 Grosso
ND (1372-1438)

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 1.22 g • ⌀ 20 mm
CNI VI# 27/40, Rengjeo# 1327, N# 157604
Anonymous Grossetto (1400-1500)
ND (1400-1500)

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 0.6 g • ⌀ 17 mm
N# 236469
Available for swap 1 Grosso (Ω sign)
ND (1452-1556)

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 0.56 g • ⌀ 17.25 mm
N# 74053
Available for swap 1 Grosetto (Dinarić)
1626-1761

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 0.55 g • ⌀ 17 mm
KM# 5, N# 42257
3 Grosetti (Alltilucho)
1627-1701

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 1.82 g • ⌀ 21 mm
KM# 4, N# 86525
6 Grosetti
1801

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 2 g • ⌀ 20 mm
KM# 25.1, N# 86546
6 Grosetti
1801

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 2 g • ⌀ 20 mm
KM# 25.2, N# 86547
1 Perpero (Stara Perpera)
1683-1750

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 5.70 g • ⌀ 27.5 mm
KM# 7, N# 86556
1 Perpero (Nova Perpera)
1801-1803

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 3.98 g • ⌀ 24 mm
N# 129803
½ Scudo
1708-1750

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 8.66 g • ⌀ 31 mm
KM# 10, N# 86522
½ Thaler (Polubradan)
1731

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 13.87 g • ⌀ 36 mm
N# 129767
½ Thaler (Polubradan)
1735

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 13.87 g • ⌀ 36 mm
N# 395544
½ Thaler (Poluvižlin)
1747-1748

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 13.94 g • ⌀ 37 mm
KM# 13, N# 86523
1 Scudo
1708-1750

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 17.5 g • ⌀ 37 mm
KM# 11, N# 86631
1 Ducato
1722-1797

Standard circulation coin
Silver (.566) • 20.1 g • ⌀ 40 mm
KM# 15, N# 86549
1 Thaler
1725

Standard circulation coin
Silver
KM# A16, Dav ECT# 1635, N# 86636
1 Thaler (Bradan)
1725-1747

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 28.5 g • ⌀ 43 mm
KM# 16, Dav ECT# 1636, N# 83727
1 Thaler (Stari Vižlin)
1738-1748

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 28.33 g • ⌀ 43 mm
KM# 17, Dav ECT# 1637, N# 86638
1 Thaler (Maria Theresia)
1748

Standard circulation coin
Silver (.900) • 28.78 g • ⌀ 44 mm
N# 129802
1 Thaler (Novi Vižlin)
1751

Pattern
Silver • 28.72 g • ⌀ 44 mm
KM# 19, Dav ECT# 1638, N# 114060
Available for swap 1 Thaler (Novi Vižlin)
1751-1779

Standard circulation coin
Silver (.566) • 28.78 g • ⌀ 42 mm
KM# 18, Dav ECT# 1639, N# 39953
2 Ducati (Libertina - Coat of Arms)
1791

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 28.78 g • ⌀ 42 mm
KM# 20, Dav ECT# 1640, N# 86524
Available for swap 2 Ducati (Libertina - Libertas)
1791-1795

Standard circulation coin
Silver • 28.82 g • ⌀ 42 mm
KM# 21, Dav ECT# 1641, N# 71127

The Numista referees for coins of this issuer are SStefanov and hoffman12.

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