Arnoldus Goudgulden or St. Jan's Gold Guilder, in the name of Arnold van Egmond, Duke of Gelre.
Struck around 1450. Weight of this coin: approx. 3.1 grams.
At the obverse, John the Baptist is depicted with a halo around his head and with long hair looking like flames next to his upper body. He is holding a staff in his left hand with a cross at the end, his left hand pointing upward, in a reproachful manner. The legend reads: *S* Iohannes + Babtista, with a small, standing lion, facing left.
The reverse side depicts a large coat of arms at the centre - shared Gelre and Gulik - inside a double lined quatrefoil - surrounded by four smaller coats of arms, Arnhem, Gelre, Zutphen and an unknown coat of arms.
The circumscription is: +DVX-ARNOLD-GEL. Z-IVL. Z-COMIS-Z as an abbreviation of Dux Arnoldus Gelria et Lulicea Comes Zutphania (Translated: Duke Arnold of Gelre and Gulik, Count of Zutphen).
Comes in the 'KNM' (Royal Dutch Mint) packaging, including a certificate of authenticity.
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Will be shipped as registered parcel insured up to €500.00.
- Land/ Provinz
- Nederland - Gelderland - Hertogdom Gelre
- Arnoldus of St. Jans Goudgulden
- Jahr / Periode und Variation
- ca. 1450 - in muntbox met certificaat.
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