NAMUR, Comté, Gui de Dampierre (1263-1297), AR esterlin à l'écu, à partir de 1283, Droit : MAR-CHIO N-AMVRC Ecu au lion péri en bande. Revers : :G: CO-MES- FLA-DRE Croix double coupant la légende, cantonnée de quatre groupes de trois annelets.
Gros à la fleur de lis dit patte d'oie sous Jean II
Piéfort de poids quadruple du demi-teston figurant Charles IX, 1573, Paris.
Ancient Greek, Roman and Byzantine Coins Type: Phraates IV (38/7-2 BC), Silver Drachm, 3.64g, 12h.
Testoon of Henry VIII. The forerunner of the shilling, the testoon, was produced in extremely small quantities, probably around 1489, and the fact that there are only three known dies for this issue shows that the coins were not made for general circulation. They were probably trial pieces or patterns. The testoon was struck in quantity during the last part of the reign of Henry VIII, with The Tower, Southwark, and Bristol mints producing testoons in 1544–1551.
Coins of Knights Templar France - Philip IV Le Bel, 1268-1314 AD. Silver maille tierce a l'o rond, struck 1306 AD. Cross pattée, + BNDICTV : SIT : NOmEn DOmInI, + PhILIPPVS REX / Chatel tournois; border of twelve lis, + TVRONVS CIVIS.
Coin of King Offa of Mercia, Anglo-Saxon England
Treasure Of The Knight Templar In 1114 A.D., the Knights Templar was a religious order of warrior monks formed. They led the Crusades and reconquer the Holy land.
Charles I established his headquarters in Oxford during the English Civil War. His mint was here with him from 1643 to 1646. The King’s presence in Oxford is caught on this remarkable coin.