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Coin catalog Nijmegen (Netherlands)

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County 1247 - 1339

In 1247, driven by lack of money, King William of Holland leased the city of Nijmegen to Otto II, Count of Gelderland. From that time the Gelderland coins were made both in Nijmegen as well as in Arnhem.

Otto II (1229 - 1271)

Penning type IV, Ø 13 mm

Front: xOTTOCOMES

Back: NI-ME-GI-VM or NI-ME-GE-SI or NI-MA-..-SI NI-ME-..-VE or NI-ME-GE-NV

 

 

Obool (halve penning) in the 4 corners: C_O_M_E

or N_M_E_N (Nimegen)

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vdCh. 7.1

Penning type V, Ø 12 mm

Front: +OTTO COMES(G)

Back: +NVMAGENC(I)

Reinoud I (1271 - 1326)

Reinoud I minted sterlings in Arnhem.

Reinoud II (1326 - 1339)

Reinoud II is count up to 1339 and is count afterwards. Coins listed on this page as count and after 1339 on the duchy page.

½ or 2/3 groot, 2,18 gram. Ø 22,5 mm.

Front: +MONETA:NOVIMAGENSIS

Back: REIN-ALD'C-OM.GH-ELRE

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¼ of 1/3 groot, 1,04 gram. Ø 16,5 mm.

Front: MONETA·NOVIMAGE'

Back: REINALD'COM'GHELR

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vdCh. 30.1

Denier or penning undated Nijmegen.0,48 gr. Ø 14 mm
Front: +MONETA·NOVAMAG of NOVIMAG


Back: REI-NALD-GHE-LRE

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