Italy, Kingdom of Two Sicilies. Ferdinando IV di Borbone (1759-1816). Piastra da 120 Grana 1791 "Soli Reduci"

Description
Italy, Kingdom of Two Sicilies. Ferdinando IV di Borbone (1759-1816). Piastra da 120 Grana 1791 "Soli Reduci"
Silver - Ungraded

Ferdinand IV (I) of Bourbon (1759–1816). Piastre worth 120 Grana 1791.
Silver (Ag) 26.85 g
Obverse: Jugate busts of royal couple. Reverse: 'SOLI REDVCI' - Zodiac band with the star signs of Libra, Scorpion, Sagittarius, Capricorn (the months subsequent to the sovereigns' departure) and Sun shining over the globe.
Gig. 59. MIR 372. Pannuti / Riccio 59.
Very beautiful strong finish

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Lot details
Country/province
Italy, Kingdom of Two Sicilies
Ruler
Ferdinando IV di Borbone (1759-1816)
Denomination
Piastra da 120 Grana
Year/Period and Variation
1791 "Soli Reduci"
Precious metal
Silver
Condition
Ungraded
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