Tejas Posted January 5 · Member Share Posted January 5 I was wondering if anybody here can identify the coin below. I think the coin dates to the late 9th century. There is very little of the legend visible, as is not so uncommon with late Carolingian coins. However, the coin may also be later, as these types often got immobilized. Anyway, if anybody has an informed guess as to its attribution, I'd like to hear it. 7 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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