Italian States, Kingdom of Naples.
Roberto I d’Angiò AR Gigliato, Circa 1309-1317. + ROBЄRT DЄI GRA IЄRL ЄT SICIL RЄX, Roberto enthroned facing, holding lis-tipped sceptre and globus cruciger / + hOnOR · RЄGIS · IuDICIu · DILIGIT, cross fleurée, lis in each quarter.
MIR 28. 3.95g, 27mm, 4h.
Ex Roma Numismatics E Sale 28th May, lot 1559
The Gigliato, also Gillat or Carlino, was a coin of pure silver established in 1303 by Charles II of Anjou in Naples, and then also in Provence from 1330. Its name derives from the Lilies depicted on the reverse entwined around a cross
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