The coinage of south Italy, Sicily and Sardinia between the 10th century and the reign of Ferdinand the Catholic.One is the monetary ordinance of 1466, which lists the gold coins to be found: ducati di camera, ducati papali seu romani, ducats of ... 495) have types similar to those of Alfonso, with s and A in the quarters of a long cross (899a903). ... The Manual Mallorquin de Mercaderia states that they were 5% better than those of Alghero, which were copper and spent only within its walls (De Guadan 1980, 101).
|Title||:||Medieval European Coinage: Volume 14, South Italy, Sicily, Sardinia|
|Author||:||Philip Grierson, Lucia Travaini|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1998-11-12|