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Medieval coin identification [solved]

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RichW
Joined: 8-Dec-2018
Posts: 3
I got this coin at auction. It was in a cardboard holder and marked Sicily. However, I can't find any way of proving that. It's marked Carolus Imperator on one side. There is no date that I can see and the words on the reverse I cannot make out. The initials B and N are on either side of the eagle. The coin is about the size of a nickel. Any help would be appreciated.

apuking
Joined: 31-Oct-2012
Posts: 5105
Hope this helps, https://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=3389590
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RichW
Joined: 8-Dec-2018
Posts: 3
Thank you! That's the coin but I couldn't find it on Numista.
Status changed to Solved (RichW, 14-Feb-2019, 03:37PM)
PetrusAscanus
Joined: 22-Nov-2014
Posts: 5041
Welcome to Numista
And wooow! nice coin! :8D
Non est totum quod splendet ut aurum
Rijkdom bestaat niet uit het hebben van veel bezittingen, maar in het hebben van weinig behoeften
Napoleon1
Joined: 18-Jul-2018
Posts: 76
Welcome to Numista~ Nice coin :) Please add your coin to the numista database, if you would 8)
RichW
Joined: 8-Dec-2018
Posts: 3
Thanks for the nice responses. I'll do what I can to add it to the database. There doesn't seem to be a lot of info out there.
PetrusAscanus
Joined: 22-Nov-2014
Posts: 5041
PS: when posting pictures of a coin, please add weight and dimensions.

https://en.numista.com/forum/topic71935.html
Non est totum quod splendet ut aurum
Rijkdom bestaat niet uit het hebben van veel bezittingen, maar in het hebben van weinig behoeften

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