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 ¦  CC:=two-letter Country Code defined by ISO 3166-1 alpha-2
 ¦  cat:=(author-/region-id(.))(region-/author-id(.))cat-nr.(mint- or press-id)(:-/ sub-cat- or specimen-nr.)
 ¦  date:=year((-)mm((-)dd)) defined by ISO 8601 and/or (/ end date or A.nno)
 ¦  specs:=((water mark nr.));(control nr.;)(weight;)(shape;) size(W x H mm) or diameter(*T>2 mm)
 
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my list of numismatic and notaphilistic literature => look here

ITALY (IT)
 
Italian Mint Marks
A: ViennaB: Bologna (-1861)
B: Kremnitz (1862)B/I: Birmingham (1893-94)
F: Hall (1802)H: Gunzburg (1802)
H: Birmingham (1866-67)H(A): Hall
KB: Berlin (1894)M: Milan (1860-87)
N: Naples (1861-67)O: Oravitza (1783)
OM: Strasbourg (1866-67)R: Rome
S: SchmollnitzT: Turin (1861-67)
W: Vienna(Z)V: Venice
(t): Turin (eagles head:1802-60)(g): Genoa (anchor:1815-60)
 
IT#KM001.1;18671 Centesimo;(Milan)Cu;?g;ø15
IT#KM002.1;18672 Centesimi;(Milan)Cu;1.96g;ø20
IT#KM002.2;18622 Centesimi;(Naples)Cu;?g;ø20
IT#KM003.2;18675 Centesimi;(Milan)Cu;4.68g;ø25
IT#KM003.3;18625 Centesimi;(Naples)Cu;?g;ø25
IT#KM04a.1;186350 Centesimi;(Milan)Ag;?g;ø18
IT#KM05a.1;18631 Lira;(Milano)Ag;?g;ø23
IT#KM008.4;18765 Lire;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø36
IT#KM011.1;186610 Centesimi;(Milan)Cu;?g;ø30
IT#KM011.3;186710 Centesimi;(Birmingham)Cu;9.75g;ø30
IT#KM011.4;186610 Centesimi;(Naples)Cu;9.47g;ø30
IT#KM011.5;186710 Centesimi;(Strasbourg)Cu;?g;ø30
IT#KM011.6;186610 Centesimi;(Turin)Cu;?g;ø30
IT#KM013.1;186320 Centesimi;(Milan)Ag;?g;ø16
IT#KM014.1;186350 Centesimi;(Milan)Ag;?g;ø18Pag.531
IT#KM014.3;186350 Centesimi;(Turin)Ag;?g;ø18
IT#KM021;188220 LireAu;6.43g;ø21
IT#KM023;18842 LireAg;?g;ø27
IT#KM027.1;189410 Centesimi;(Birmingham)Cu;?g;ø30
IT#KM027.2;189410 Centesimi;(Rome)Cu;?g;ø30
IT#KM028.1;189420 Centesimi;(Berlin)CN;?g;ø20
IT#KM028.2;189420 Centesimi;(Rome)CN;3.88g;ø20
IT#KM029;19001 CentesimoCu;?g;ø15
IT#KM030;18982 CentesimiCu;?g;ø20
IT#KM032;19071 LiraAg;?g;ø23
IT#KM035;19031 CentesimoCu;1.00g;ø15
IT#KM038;19032 CentesimiCu;1.94g;ø20
IT#KM040;19161 CentesimoCu;?g;ø15
IT#KM041;19142 CentesimiCu;?g;ø20
IT#KM042;19185 CentesimiCu;?g;ø25
IT#KM044/1;191120 CentesimiNi;4.00g;ø21
IT#KM044/2;192020 CentesimiNi;4.11g;ø21
IT#KM045;19131 LiraAg;?g;ø23
IT#KM051;191110 CentesimiBZ;?g;ø30
IT#KM055;19162 LireAg;9.94g;ø27
IT#KM057;19151 LiraAg;?g;ø23
IT#KM058;191820 Cent(esimi)CN;3.74g;ø20
IT#KM059/1;19315 CentesimiCu;3.09g;ø19
IT#KM059/2;19205 CentesimiCu;3.31g;ø19
IT#KM060/1;192210 CentesimiCu;5.36g;ø22
IT#KM060/2;192610 CentesimiCu;5.32g;ø22
IT#KM061.1;192050 CentesimiNi;6.13g;ø24plain edge
IT#KM061.2;192050 CentesimiNi;5.95g;ø24reeded edge
IT#KM062/1;19231 LiraNi;8.06g;ø26
IT#KM062/2;19241 LiraNi;?g;ø26closed 2
IT#KM063;19242 LireNi;9.81g;ø29
IT#KM067.1;19295 LireAg;4.91g;ø22
IT#KM067.2;19275 LireAg;?g;ø23
IT#KM068.1;192710 LireAg;?g;ø27
IT#KM068.2;192710 LireAg;?g;ø27
IT#KM070:(F);(1943)20 Lire?;?g;ø35fantasy variant
IT#KM074;1939/XVII10 CentesimiCu;5.22g;ø22
IT#KM073;1938/XVI5 CentesimiCu;?g;ø19
IT#KM073A;1941/XIX5 CentesimiAZ;2.88g;ø19
IT#KM074A;1940/XVIII10 CentesimiAZ;4.87g;ø22
IT#KM075B;1943/XXI20 CentesimiST;4.16g;ø21magnetic
IT#KM075D;1940/XVIII20 CentesimiST;3.89g;ø21non-magnetic
IT#KM076A;1940/XVIII50 CentesimiST;?g;ø24non-magnetic
IT#KM076B;1940/XVIII50 CentesimiST;6.07g;ø24magnetic
IT#KM077A;1940/XVIII1 LiraST;?g;ø27non-magnetic
IT#KM077B;1942/XX1 LiraST;?g;ø27magnetic
IT#KM078A;1940/XVIII2 LireST;10.14g;ø29non-magnetic
IT#KM078B;1940/XVIII2 LireST;?g;ø29magnetic
 
IT#KM087;19481 LiraAl;?g;ø21
IT#KM088;19502 LireAl;?g;ø24
IT#KM089;19505 LireAl;2.53g;ø27
IT#KM090;194910 LireAl;2.98g;ø28
IT#KM091;19551 LiraAl;0.62g;ø17
IT#KM092;19545 LireAl;1.00g;ø20
IT#KM093/1;198110 LireAl;1.59g;ø23
IT#KM093/2;195410 LireAl;1.58g;ø23
IT#KM094;19542 LireAl;.82g;ø18
IT#KM095.1;195950 LireST;6.20g;ø24
IT#KM095.2;199450 LireST;2.71g;ø16
IT#KM096.1;1963100 LireST;8.00g;ø27
IT#KM096.2;1992100 LireST;3.28g;ø18
IT#KM097.1;195820 LireAZ;3.64g;ø21
IT#KM097.2;197120 LireAZ;3.60g;ø21
IT#KM098;1958500 LireAg;?g;ø29
IT#KM099;1961500 LireAg;10.96g;ø29
IT#KM100;1965500 LireAg;11.00g;ø29
IT#KM101;19701000 LireAg;?g;ø31
IT#KM102;1974100 LireST;8.00g;ø28100th year of birth Guglielmo Marconi
IT#KM106;1979100 LireST;8.00g;ø28F.A.O.
IT#KM105;1998200 LireAZ;5.03g;ø24
IT#KM107;1980200 LireAZ;5.01g;ø24
IT#KM108;1981100 LireST;8.10g;ø28Livomo Naval Academy
IT#KM109;1981200 LireAZ;5.03g;ø24World food day
IT#KM111;1990500 LireST(BR);6.85g;ø25
IT#KM130;1989200 LireBZ;4.90g;ø24
IT#KM135;1990200 LireAZ;5.08g;ø24
IT#KM138;1989200 LireAg;?g;ø24
IT#KM139;1989500 LireAg;?g;ø29
IT#KM143;1991500 LireAg;?g;ø31Flora and Fauna
IT#KM151;1992200 LireAZ;5.00g;ø24Genoa Stamp Exposition
IT#KM155;1993200 LireAZ;5.00g;ø24
IT#KM159;1994100 LireCN;4.54g;ø22
IT#KM160;1993500 LireST(BR);6.76g;ø25
IT#KM164;1994200 LireAZ;5.00g;ø24
IT#KM167;1994500 LireST(BR);6.83g;ø25
IT#KM180;1995100 LireCN;4.52g;ø22
IT#KM181;1996500 LireST(BR);6.82g;ø25
IT#KM183;199650 LireCN;4.52g;ø19
IT#KM184;1996200 LireBR;5.01g;ø24
IT#KM186;1997200 LireBR;5.04g;ø24
IT#KM187;1997500 LireST(BR);?g;ø25
IT#KM190;19971000 LireAZ(CN);8.93g;ø27old west german map
IT#KM193;1998500 LireST(BR);6.79g;ø25
IT#KM194;19981000 LireAZ(CN);8.90g;ø27corrected german map
IT#KM203;1999500 LireST(BR);?g;ø25
IT#KM218;1999200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
IT#KM219;20011 LiraAg;?g;ø29Lira of 1946
IT#KM220;20011 LiraAg;?g;ø24Lira of 1951
 
IT#KM210;20021 Cent;(Rome)CS;2.3g;ø16
IT#KM211;20022 Cent;(Rome)CS;3g;ø19
IT#KM212;20025 Cent;(Rome)CS;3.9g;ø21
IT#KM213;200210 Cent;(Rome)NG;4.1g;ø20
IT#KM214;200220 Cent;(Rome)NG;5.7g;ø22
IT#KM215;200250 Cent;(Rome)NG;7.8g;ø24
IT#KM216;20021 Euro;(Rome)BR(CN/Ni7);7.5g;ø23
IT#KM217;20022 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
 
IT#KM210:08;20081 Cent;(Rome)CS;2.3g;ø16
IT#KM211:08;20082 Cent;(Rome)CS;3g;ø19
IT#KM212:08;20085 Cent;(Rome)CS;3.9g;ø21
IT#KM247;200810 Cent;(Rome)NG;4.1g;ø20
IT#KM248;200820 Cent;(Rome)NG;5.7g;ø22
IT#KM249;200850 Cent;(Rome)NG;7.8g;ø24
IT#KM250;20081 Euro;(Rome)BR(CN/Ni7);7.5g;ø23
IT#KM251;20082 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
 
IT#KM237;20042 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
IT#KM245;20052 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
IT#KM246;20062 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
IT#KM311;2007(-03-25)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø2650 years treaty of rome
IT#KM301;20082 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
IT#KM312;2009(-01-01)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø2610 years euro currency
IT#KM310;20092 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26louis braille
IT#KM328;2010(-12-01)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26Camillo Benso
IT#KM338;2011(-04-22)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26150 years Italian Unification
IT#KM350;20122 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø2610 years euro money
IT#KM355;2012(-07-02)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
IT#KM357;2013(-05-20)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26
IT#KM358;2013(-11-18)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26
IT#KM367;2014(-06-27)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26200 years Carabinieri
IT#KM377;2014(-11-21)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26450th birthday Galileo Galilei
IT#KM380;2015(-07-22)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26EXPO Milano
IT#KM381;2015(-07-22)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26Dante Alighieri
IT#KM382;2015(-12-18)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø2630 years europe flag
IT#KM392;2016(-07-21)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø262200th years death of Plauto
IT#KM393;2016(-07-21)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26550th years death sculptor Donatello
IT#Z1721;2017(-06-21)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26400 years completion Mark's Basilica
IT#Z1722;2017(-11-20)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø262000 years death Titus Livius
 
Impero Francese (IT-IPF)
 
IT#KM.IPF02.2;18113 Centismi;(Milan)Cu;6.12g;ø23
IT#KM.IPF06.1;181010 Soldi;(Milan)Ag;2.26g;ø17
 
Ancona (IT-ANC)
 
IT#BI.ANC0033;(XIII Century)1 DenaroAg;0.52g;ø15
 
l'Aquila (IT-AQL)
 
IT#BI.AQL102;(1388-1414)1 QuattrinoBL;?g;ø19
 
Bologna (IT-BOG)
 
IT#BI.BOG0397;(1438-43)1 QuattrinoBL;0.50g;ø16
IT#GS!85!0;(1946/49)2 LireFe(PA);1.15g;ø33Cognac Sarti
 
Brindisi (IT-BRI)
 
IT#BI.BRI0465;(1245)1 DenaroBL;0.56g;ø16
IT#BI.BRI0476;(1250-54)1 DenaroBL;0.71g;ø14
 
Cagliari (IT-CAG)
 
IT#KM.CAG24;16941 RealeAg;?g;ø18V87
 
Emilia-Romagna (IT-EMR)
 
IT#KM.EMR11;186050 Centismi;(Firenze)Ag;?g;ø18Pag.443a
 
Genoa (IT-GEN)
 
IT#BI.GEN8351 DenaroBL;?g;ø16CNI1/69,Mir16
IT#KM.GEN282.1;18142 SoldiBL;2.08g;ø18C36.1
IT#TT400AA;1944vale una corsa ridottaAl;1.37g;ø24U.I.T.E. ...
 
Gorizia (IT-GOZ)
 
IT#KM.GOZ46;17992 SoldiCu;?g;ø22C9.3
 
Lombardy-Venetia (IT-LVT)
 
IT#C.LVT12;18221 CentesimoBZ;?g;ø21
IT#KM.LVT12.1;18431 CentesimoCu;?g;ø18
 
Lucca (IT-LUA)
 
IT#KM.LUA048;17901 Bolognino (2 Soldi)BL;2.42g;ø20
IT#KM.LUAA34;18261 SoldoCu;?g;ø21
 
Mantova (IT-MAN)
 
IT#BI.MAN1168;(1484-1519)1 QuattrinoCu;?g;ø16MIR.436
 
Messina (IT-QME)
 
IT#BI.QME1262;(1197-1250)1 DenaroBL;?g;ø26MIR.96
 
Milano (IT-MIA)
 
IT#BI.MIA1377;(855-875)1 DenaroAg;1.52?g;ø20MG472
IT#KM.MIA184;1777½ SoldoCu;?g;ø21
IT#TT520AA:
IT#TT520AB;1920vale una corsa a tariffa normaleBR();5.30g;Occ28Tramvie del Comune di ...
IT#TT520AE;1944vale una corsa ridottaAl();1.41g;ø24Azienda Tramvie ...
IT#GS!44!03;(1919-23)10 CentisimiT6(MFi);1.09g;ø33Nuovo Banco Mercantile
IT#GS!44!04;(1919-23)10 CentisimiT6(MFi);1.19g;ø33Gomme Pirelli
IT#GS!44!06;(1919-23)10 CentisimiT6(MFi);1.19g;ø33Singer
IT#GS!46!1;(1919-23)50 CentisimiT6(MFi);1.39g;ø33Credito Mercantile Italiano
 
Naples (IT-NAP)
 
IT#BI.NAP1635;(1309-43)GligliatoAg;3.85g;ø25Fabrizi28
 
Perugia (IT-PEG)
 
IT#BI.PEG1866;(1471)1 QuattrinoBL;0.36g;ø14
 
Prato (IT-OTA)
 
IT#TT660BC(no value)ST;8.51g;ø28Bigietto Autolinee CAP; Palazzo Pretorio
IT#TT660BD(no value)ST;8.51g;ø28Bigietto Autolinee CAP; Collegio Ciognini
IT#TT660BG(no value)ST;8.75g;ø28Bigietto Autolinee CAP; Donave Sangue
IT#TT660BL(no value)ST;8.48g;ø28Bigietto Autolinee CAP; Natale 1978
IT#TT660BN(no value)ST;8.54g;ø28Bigietto Autolinee CAP; Salvare la natura
 
Sardinia (IT-SDY)
 
IT#SDY013;17322 Denari;(Palermo)Cu;?g;ø16MG.70
IT#SDY127.1;18265 Centisimi;(Turin)Cu;?g;ø27
 
Sicily (IT-SIC)
 
IT#SIC074;17011 GranoCu;?g;ø24MIR.506,SP.20
 
Tassarolo (IT-TSS)
 
IT#TSS052.1;16661 LuiginoAg;?g;ø20CMA.71
 
Turin (IT-TOO)
 
IT#TT800AA;1920-08vale una corsa ..BR();3.28g;ø24Azienda Tramvie municipali di ...
 
Tuscany (IT-TSC)
 
IT#C.TSC65;18305 QuattriniCu;?g;ø23
IT#C.TSC83;18595 CentismiCu;4.88g;ø25

SAN MARINO (SM)
 
SM#KM001;18645 CentesimiBZ;?g;ø25
SM#KM002;187510 Centesimi;(Milano)BZ;9.70g;ø30
SM#KM003;189850 CentesimiAg;?g;ø18Pag369,MG.6
SM#KM004;19061 LiraAg;?g;ø23Pag368,MG.5
SM#KM009;19375 LireAg;?g;ø23
SM#KM010;193710 LireAg;?g;ø27
SM#KM011;193520 LireAg;14.96?g;ø35
SM#KM012;19385 CentesimiBZ;?g;ø19
SM#KM013/1;193510 CentesimiBZ;5.47g;ø22
SM#KM013/2;193710 CentesimiBZ;5.42g;ø22
 
SM#KM014;19721 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM015;19722 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM016;19725 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM017;197210 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM018;197220 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM019;197250 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM020;1972100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM021;1972500 LireAg;?g;ø29
 
SM#KM022;19731 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM023;19732 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM024;19735 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM025;197310 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM026;197320 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM027;197350 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM028;1973100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM029;1973500 LireAg;?g;ø29
 
SM#KM030;19741 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM031;19742 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM032;19745 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM033;197410 LireAl;1.56g;ø23
SM#KM034;197420 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM035;197450 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM036;1974100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM037;1974500 LireAg;?g;ø29
 
SM#KM040;19751 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM041;19752 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM042;19755 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM043;197510 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM044;197520 LireAZ;3.66g;ø20
SM#KM045;197550 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM046;1975100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM047;1975500 LireAg;?g;ø29
SM#KM048;1975500 LireAg;?g;ø29
 
SM#KM051;19761 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM052;19762 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM053;19765 LireAl;1.04g;ø20
SM#KM054;197610 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM055;197620 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM056;197650 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM057;1976100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM058;1976500 LireAg;?g;ø29
 
SM#KM063;19771 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM064;19772 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM065;19775 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM066;197710 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM067;197720 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM068;197750 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM069;1977100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM070;1977100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM071;1977500 LireAg;?g;ø29
SM#KM072;19771000 LireAg;?g;ø31
 
SM#KM076;19781 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM077;19782 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM078;19785 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM079;197810 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM080;197820 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM081;197850 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM082;1978100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM083;1978200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM084;1978500 LireAg;?g;ø29
 
SM#KM089;19791 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM090;19792 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM091;19795 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM092;197910 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM093;197920 LireAZ;?g;ø20
SM#KM094;197950 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM095;1979100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM096;1979200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM097;1979500 LireAg;?g;ø29
SM#KM098;19791000 LireAg;?g;ø31
 
SM#KM102;19801 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM103;19802 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM104;19805 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM105;198010 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM106;198020 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM107;198050 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM108;1980100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM109;1980200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM110;1980500 LireAg;?g;ø29
SM#KM112;19801000 LireAg;?g;ø31
 
SM#KM116;19811 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM117;19812 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM118;19815 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM119;198110 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM120;198120 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM121;198150 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM122;1981100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM123;1981200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM124;1981200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM126;1981500 LireAg;?g;ø29
 
SM#KM131;19821 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM132;19822 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM133;19825 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM134;198210 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM135;198220 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM136;198250 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM137;1982100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM138;1982200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM139;1982500 LireAg;?g;ø29
SM#KM140;1982500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
SM#KM141;19821000 LireAg;?g;ø31
 
SM#KM145;19831 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM146;19832 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM147;19835 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM148;198310 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM149;198320 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM150;198350 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM151;1983100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM152;1983200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM153;1983500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
 
SM#KM159;19841 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM160;19842 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM161;19845 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM162;198410 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM163;198420 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM164;198450 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM165;1984100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM166;1984200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM167;1984500 LireST(AZ);6.80g;ø26
SM#KM168;1984500 LireAg;?g;ø29
SM#KM170;19841 ScudoAu;?g;ø16
 
SM#KM173;19851 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM174;19852 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM175;19855 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM176;198510 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM177;198520 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM178;198550 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM179;1985100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM180;1985200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM181;1985500 LireST(AZ);6.81g;ø26
 
SM#KM187;19861 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM188;19862 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM189;19865 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM190;198610 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM191;198620 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM192;198650 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM193;1986100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM194;1986200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM195;1986500 LireST(AZ);6.78g;ø26
SM#KM196;1986500 LireAg;?g;ø29
 
SM#KM201;19871 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM202;19872 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM203;19875 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM204;198710 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM205;198720 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM206;198750 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM207;1987100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM208;1987200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM209;1987500 LireST(AZ);6.76g;ø26
SM#KM210;19871000 LireAg;?g;ø32
 
SM#KM216;1988500 LireAg;?g;ø29
SM#KM218;19881 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM219;19882 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM220;19885 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM221;198810 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM222;198820 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM223;198850 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM224;1988100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM225;1988200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM226;1988500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
SM#KM227;19881000 LireAg;?g;ø32
 
SM#KM231;19891 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM232;19892 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM233;19895 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM234;198910 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM235;198920 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM236;198950 LireST;?g;ø25
SM#KM237;1989100 LireST;?g;ø28
SM#KM238;1989200 LireAZ;?g;ø23
SM#KM239;1989500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
SM#KM240;19891000 LireAg;?g;ø32
 
SM#KM246;1990500 LireAg;?g;ø29
SM#KM247;19901000 LireAg;?g;ø32
SM#KM248;19901 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM249;19902 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM250;19905 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM251;199010 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM252;199020 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM253;199050 LireST;?g;ø17
SM#KM254;1990100 LireST;?g;ø18
SM#KM255;1990200 LireAZ;?g;ø23
SM#KM256;1990500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
SM#KM257;19901000 LireAg;?g;ø32
 
SM#KM261;19911 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM262;19912 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM263;19915 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM264;199110 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM265;199120 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM266;199150 LireST;?g;ø17
SM#KM267;1991100 LireST;?g;ø18
SM#KM268;1991200 LireAZ;5.03g;ø23
SM#KM269;1991500 LireST(AZ);6.78g;ø26
SM#KM270;19911000 LireAg;?g;ø32
 
SM#KM278;19921 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM279;19922 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM280;19925 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM281;199210 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM282;199220 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM283;199250 LireST;?g;ø17
SM#KM284;1992100 LireST;?g;ø18
SM#KM285;1992200 LireAZ;?g;ø23
SM#KM286;1992500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
SM#KM287;19921000 LireAg;?g;ø32
 
SM#KM291;1993500 LireAg;?g;ø29
SM#KM293;19931 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM294;19932 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM295;19935 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM296;199310 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM297;199320 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM298;199350 LireST;?g;ø17
SM#KM299;1993100 LireCN;?g;ø22
SM#KM300;1993200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM301;1993500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
SM#KM302;19931000 LireAg;?g;ø32
 
SM#KM307;19942 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM308;19945 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM309;199410 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM310;199420 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM311;199450 LireST;?g;ø17
SM#KM312;1994100 LireCN;?g;ø22
SM#KM313;1994200 LireAZ;4.96g;ø23
SM#KM314;1994500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
 
SM#KM322;19951 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM323;19952 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM324;19955 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM325;199510 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM326;199520 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM327;199550 LireST;?g;ø17
SM#KM328;1995100 LireCN;?g;ø22
SM#KM329;1995200 LireAZ;5.01g;ø23
SM#KM330;1995500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
SM#KM331;19951000 LireAg;?g;ø32
 
SM#KM356;1996200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM357;1996500 LireST(AZ);6.83g;ø26
 
SM#KM359;19971 LiraAl;?g;ø17
SM#KM360;19972 LireAl;?g;ø18
SM#KM361;19975 LireAl;?g;ø20
SM#KM362;199710 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM363;199720 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM364;199750 LireST;?g;ø19
SM#KM365;1997100 LireCN;?g;ø22
SM#KM366;1997200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM367;1997500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
SM#KM368;19971000 LireAZ(ST);?g;ø27
SM#KM369;19971000 LireAg;?g;ø31
 
SM#KM383;1998500 LireST(AZ);6.79g;ø26
SM#KM384;19981000 LireAZ(CN);?g;ø27
 
SM#KM389;199910 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM390;199920 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM391;199950 LireCN;?g;ø19
SM#KM392;1999100 LireCN;?g;ø22
SM#KM393;1999200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM394;1999500 LireST(AZ);6.74g;ø26
SM#KM395;19991000 LireAZ(CN);?g;ø27
SM#KM396;19995000 LireAg;?g;ø32*3
 
SM#KM399;200010 LireAl;?g;ø23
SM#KM400;200020 LireAZ;?g;ø21
SM#KM401;200050 LireCN;?g;ø19
SM#KM402;2000100 LireCN;?g;ø22
SM#KM403;2000200 LireAZ;?g;ø24
SM#KM404;2000500 LireST(AZ);?g;ø26
SM#KM405;20001000 LireAZ(CN);?g;ø27
SM#KM406;20005000 LireAg;?g;ø32*3
 
SM#KM430;20011000 LireAZ(ST);?g;ø27
SM#KM437;200110000 LireAg;22.02g;ø34*3last lire coinage
 
SM#KM440;20031 Cent;(Rome)CS;2.3g;ø16
SM#KM441;20032 Cent;(Rome)CS;3g;ø19
SM#KM442;20035 Cent;(Rome)CS;3.9g;ø21
SM#KM443;200310 Cent;(Rome)NG;4.1g;ø20
SM#KM444;200320 Cent;(Rome)NG;5.7g;ø22
SM#KM445;200350 Cent;(Rome)NG;7.8g;ø24
SM#KM446;20031 Euro;(Rome)BR(CN/Ni7);7.5g;ø23
SM#KM447;20032 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
 
SM#KM440:08;20081 Cent;(Rome)CS;2.3g;ø16
SM#KM441:08;20082 Cent;(Rome)CS;3g;ø19
SM#KM442:08;20085 Cent;(Rome)CS;3.9g;ø21
SM#KM482;200810 Cent;(Rome)NG;4.1g;ø20
SM#KM483;200820 Cent;(Rome)NG;5.7g;ø22
SM#KM484;200850 Cent;(Rome)NG;7.8g;ø24
SM#KM485;20081 Euro;(Rome)BR(CN/Ni7);7.5g;ø23
SM#KM486;20082 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
 
SM#KM452;20035 Euro;(Rome)Ag;18.05g;ø32*3
SM#KM455;200320 Euro;(Rome)Au;6.5g;ø20F8.93
SM#KM467;20042 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26Bartolomeo Borghesi
SM#KM469;20052 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26Galileo Galilei at telescope
SM#KM478;20062 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26500th day of death Christopher Columbus
SM#KM481;20072 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26200th day of birth Giuseppe Garibaldi
SM#KM487;20082 Euro;(Rome)CN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26European year of Intercultural Dialogue
SM#KM490;2009(-09-05)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26Creativitiy and Innovation
SM#KM494;2010(-09-07)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26500th day of death Sandra Botticeli
SM#KM500;2011(-06-04)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26500th day of birth Hgiorgio Vasari
SM#KM519;2012(-06-19)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø2610 years euro money
SM#Z1321;2013(-09-13)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26Pinturicchio
SM#Z1421;2014(-06-23)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26Bramante Lazzari delle Penne
SM#Z1422;2014(-09-29)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø2690 years Death of Giacomo Puccini
SM#Z1521;2015(-04-08)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26750 years birth of Dante Alighieri
SM#Z1522;2015(-09-29)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø2625 years German Unity
SM#Z1621;2016(-04-05)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26550 years Death of Donatello
SM#Z1622;2016(-05-22)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26400 years Willian Shakespeare
SM#Z1721;2017(-03-30)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26750th birthday Giotto
SM#Z1722;2017(-08-31)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26Sustainable Tourism for Development
SM#UC201;2017(-08-31)5 EuroAZ(CN);?g;Hg2730th birthday Marco Simoncelli
 
SM#Z1701;20171 CentCS;?g;ø16
SM#Z1702;20172 CentCS;?g;ø19
SM#Z1705;20175 CentCS;?g;ø21
SM#Z1707;201710 CentNG;?g;ø20
SM#Z1708;201720 CentNG;?g;ø22
SM#Z1709;201750 CentNG;?g;ø24
SM#Z1710;20171 EuroBR(CN/Ni7);?g;ø23
SM#Z1720;20172 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26

PAPAL STATES (752 - 1870)
 
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BI(.)Biaggi,Elio:Monete e Zecche Medioevali Italiane ...
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CNI(.)N.N.Corpus Nummorum Italicorum 
CG(.)Ciavaglia,William:la zecca di fano
D(av.)Davenport,J.S.:1 European Crowns & Talers .. (1484-)
DLS(.)Davenport,J.S.:Large Size (World) Silver Coins .. (1500-1900)
DM(.)DeMey,Jean:Les Monnaies du Comtat Venaissin
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Italian/Papal/Mints/Regions
AP:Ascoli PicenoAN:AnconaAQ:(L')Aquila degli Abruzzi
AV:Avignon(e)BO:BolognaAM:Camerino
CU:CapuaCP:CarpentrasCV:Civitavecchia
FB:FabrianoFL:FolignoFM:Fermo (=> Ascoli)
FN:FanoFE(r):Ferrara (republic)FU:Forte Urbano
GU:GubbioMC:MacerataML:Matelica (=> Macerata)
MO:ModenaMF:MontefiasconeMT:Montalto (=> Marche)
MN:Mantua/MantovaOV:OrvietoPM:the Patrimony/del Patrimonio
PC:PiacenzaPL:Pergola (=> Pesaro)PR:Parma
SG:(Pont de) SorguesPS:Pesaro (e Urbino)PG:Perugia
RT:RecanatiRE:Reggio EmiliaRL:Ronciglione
RM(r):Rome/Roma (republic)RA:RavennaSL:Spoleto
SN:San Severino (Marche)TG:TagliacozzaTR:Terni
TI:TivoliUB:UrbinoVT:Viterbo

papal name (pontificate dates)
pope birth name (pope no.)
 
CC#cat;(date(s))denomination;(mint or press)(material);specs(reference(s)); (infos)

POPE GREGORY IV (late 827-25.1.844)
with Lothair I (+29.9.855)
 
Gregory IV was elected largely through the support of the Roman nobility and the Western emperor, upon whom Gregory would remain very dependent
throughout his papacy.
 
VA#B00231 Denaro;(Rome)Ag;1.11g;ø23BI2020,MGG04:4

ANONYMOUS ISSUES (Mid-late XII Century)
Roman Senate
 
VA#B00941 Denaro Provisino;(Rome)BL;0.9g;ø18BI2080?
 
ANONYMOUS ISSUES (XIII Century)
 
VA#B01161 Samperino (12 Denari Provisini)Ag;1.44g;ø19MRS:74

SENATORIAL ISSUES (Mid-late XIII/XIV Centuries)
 
Brancaleone degli Andalò (1252-55,57-?.58)
 
VA#B00961 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;3.41g;ø22MRS:2
 
Charles of Anjou (1263-66,68-78,81-84)
 
VA#B01021 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;3.29g;ø25MRS:7,BI2088
VA#B01091 Denaro Provisino;(Rome)BL;0.51g;ø17MRS:20
 
Cola di Rienzo (20.5.1347-15.12.1347)
Roman Tribune
 
VA#B01171 Denaro Provisino;(Rome)BL;0.45g;ø15BI2128
VA#B01181 Denaro Provisino;(Rome)BL;0.6g;ø14MRZ:2
 
Annibaldi family-Orsini family
 
VA#B01351 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;2.36g;ø22
 
ANONYMOUS (XIII/XIV Centuries)
 
VA#B01491 Ducato;(Rome)Au;3.54g;ø20CNI.657,F8RM2
VA#B01521 Ducato;(Rome)Au;3.52g;ø21F8RM2,M.134v1
VA#B0155/11 Denaro Provisino;(Rome)BL;0.5g;ø15
VA#B0155/21 Denaro Provisino;(Rome)BL;0.52g;ø15BI2119?,M.82/88
VA#B0155/31 Denaro Provisino;(Rome)BL;0.33g;ø13M.84
VA#B01561 Denaro Provisino;(Rome)BL;0.8g;ø16
VA#B01591 Denaro Piccolo;(Rome)BL;0.39g;ø14BI2120
VA#B01601 Denaro Piccolo;(Rome)BL;0.48g;ø15BI2120v,M.97
VA#B01611 Denaro Piccolo;(Rome)BL;0.6g;ø15

SEDE VACANTE (29.11.1268-1.9.1271)
Odo of Châteauroux (+25.1.1273)
 
some sources shows Pietro de Montebruno for this period, but he didn't became Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church before 1272.
 
VA#B01641 Denaro Paparino;(Viterbo)BL;0.45g;ø16MSV68:2,R182/183:1; thin flan

POPE JOHN XXII (7.8.1316-4.12.1334)
Jacques Arnaud d'Euse (197)
 
Pope John XXII is known for Centralizing church power (through the appointment of bishops) and Centralizing church finances (through the
imposition of papal taxes). Because of his desire to gain greater power and autonomy for the Catholic Church, he predictably was also characterized by
regular conflict with the dominant secular authority at the time, emperor Louis of Bavaria.
 
VA#B01721 Picciolo;(Macerata)BL;0.4g;ø15R195:1
VA#B01731 Denaro;(Montefiascone)BL;0.3g;ø16BI1608,R195:4
VA#B01761 Gros Tournois;(Pont de Sorgues)Ag;3.8g;ø24MGV22:7,PDA4142,R195:6

POPE URBAN V (28.9.1362-19.12.1370)
Guillaume de Grimoard (201)
 
A Benedictine monk who once taught theology, Urban V, was something of disciplinarian who eschewed the pomp and festival which other popes seemed
to enjoyed.
 
VA#B01981 Bolognino;(Rome)Ag;1g;ø18R199:1
VA#B01991 Bolognino;(Rome)Ag;1.2g;ø18BI2131,R199:2
VA#B02011 Florin;(Avignon)Au;3.5g;ø20FRM3,F8AV29,MUR05:2,R199:11
VA#B02041 Sesino (Quarter Gros);(Avignon)BL;1.31g;ø22MUR05:7,R199:8
VA#B02051 Double Denier;(Avignon)BL;0.74g;ø18R199:7

POPE GREGORY XI (30.12.1370-26.3.1378)
Pierre Roger de Beaufort (202)
 
The election of Gregory XI was the last time anyone from France would hold the papal throne. He could be considered a "hopeful" pope - he hoped to move
the papal residence from Avignon back to Rome, he hoped to reunite the Western Latin and Eastern Orthodox Churches, and he hoped to launch a
Crusade against the Turks.
 
VA#B02071 Bolognino;(Rome)Ag;1.13g;ø18MGG11:4,R200:1
VA#B02081 Bolognino;(Rome)Ag;1.2g;ø18BI2132,R200:1
VA#B02091 Bolognino;(Rome)Ag;1.15g;ø18R200:1
VA#B02101 Bolognino;(Bologna)BL;0.38g;ø15MGG11:18,R200:8
VA#B02131 Gros (Carlin);(Avignon)Ag;2.3g;ø25MGG11:14,R200:5; hole

ANTIPOPE CLEMENT VII (20.9.1378-16.9.1394)
Robert dei Conti del Genevois
 
VA#B02321 Gros;(Avignon)Ag;2.26g;ø23R:RG:26
VA#B02351 Double Denier;(Avignon)BL;1.25g;ø22R:RG:2

POPE BONIFACE IX (2.11.1389-1.10.1404)
Pietro Tomacelli (204)
 
Pope Boniface IX was the second pope during the Great Western Schism and his failure to do much to end this rift causes most to regard his papacy as
something of a failure.
 
VA#B02391 Bolognino;(Rome)Ag;0.9g;ø17BI2135,R202:2
VA#B02401 Denaro Provisino;(Rome)BL;0.46g;ø15R202:1

POPE MARTIN V (11.11.1417-20.2.1431)
Oddone Colonna (207)
 
The election of Martin V served to end the Great Schism of the West - there had been three rival popes and, after the Council of Constance, there was
only one: Martin V.
 
VA#B02711 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;2.78g;ø25BI2145,R205:4
VA#B02731 Bolognino;(Rome)Ag;0.7g;ø16BI2147,R205:2?
VA#B0285/11 Carlin;(Avignon)Ag;1.89g;ø24MMA05:32,R205:11; hole
VA#B0285/21 Carlin;(Avignon)Ag;2.05g;ø23
VA#B02872*Denier;(Avignon)BL;1.05g;ø20MMA05:34,R205:9

POPE EUGENE IV (3.3.1431-23.2.1447)
Gabriele Condulmer (208)
 
An Augustinian monk and a nephew of Pope Gregory XII, Eugene IV was chosen by the cardinals in large part because they were looking for someone who
would treat them less as servants of the papacy and more as partners when it came to adminstering the Church and making decisions about theology and
doctrine.
 
VA#B03161 Bolognino;(Fermo)Ag;1.02g;ø18MEU04:37,R206:21
VA#B03211 Denier;(Avignon)BL;0.82g;ø17R206:13

POPE NICHOLAS V (6.3.1447-24.3.1455)
Tommaso Parentucelli (209)
 
Pope Nicholas V was the first of the Renaissance popes and is known as a Humanist Pope because of the resources he devoted to scholarship and learn-
ing. He founded the Vatican Library and invested considerable sums for the translation of Greek literature.
 
VA#B03261 Ducato Papale;(Rome)Au;3.44g;ø23MNI05:4,R207:4
VA#B03311 Picciolo;(Rome)BL;0.84g;ø14MNI05:15v,R207:1

POPE CALLISTUS III (8.4.1455-6.8.1458)
Alonso de Borja (210)
 
Callistus III was born into the infamous Borgia family and one of the nephews which he named as cardinal would himself later become pope and
take the name Pope Alexander VI. The only reason that Callistus appears to have been elected in the first place was that he was so old and feeble that
all of the cardinals considered him a safe compromise.
 
VA#B03521 Picciolo;(Rome)BL;0.57g;ø14MCX03:14,R208:1

POPE PIUS II (19.8.1458-15.8.1464)
Enea Silvio Piccolomini (211)
 
Pius II was an enthusiastic supporter of crusades against the Turks - he called for a new one in 1458, but his political alliances caused France to
refuse to participate; this effectively ended any hopes for a new military expedition to the Holy Lands.
 
VA#B03651 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;3.57g;ø27MPO02:16v,R209:4
VA#B03661 Bolognino;(Rome)Ag;0.45g;ø15R209:3
VA#B03671 Bolognino;(Rome)Ag;0.54g;ø15MPO02:22,R209:3
VA#B03851 Picciolo;(Spoleto)BL;0.65g;ø15R209:15

POPE PAUL II (30.8.1464-26.7.1471)
Pietro Barbo (212)
 
Himself a beneficiary of nepotism because his uncle, Pope Eugenius IV, Pope Paul II, promised to end the practice during his reign - along with other
reforms which were designed to improve the morals and administration of the Vatican.
 
VA#B04111 Bolognino RomanoAg;0.60g;ø15MPA02:37
VA#B04171 Picciolo;(Rome)BL;0.59g;ø14MPA02:46
VA#B04191 Picciolo;(Rome)BL;0.67g;ø13MPA02:48
VA#B04301 Ducato;(Bologna)Au;3.26;ø12BI406,F8BO325,MPA02:71,R210:28
VA#B04411 Bolognino Marchigiano;(Spoleto)Ag;0.82;ø17MPA02:84,R210:33
VA#B04421 Quattrino;(Spoleto)BL;0.5g;ø16R210:31

POPE SIXTUS IV (9.8.1471-12.8.1484)
Francesco Della Rovere (213)
 
One of the first acts of Sixtus IV after being elected was to encourage the leaders of France, Spain, Germany, Hungary, and Poland to pursue a new
crusade against the Turks - but the crusade accomplished little in the end.
 
VA#B04481 Fiorino di Camera;(Rome)Au;3.36g;ø21MSX04:12,R211:8
VA#B04521 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;3.00g;ø25MSX04:16
VA#B04631 Picciolo;(Rome)BL;0.75g;ø14MSX04:35,R211:1
VA#B04691 Picciolo;(Ascoli)BL/AE;0.57g;ø15MSX04:45,R211:19
VA#B04801 Bolognino Papale;(Viterbo)Ag;1.14g;ø20CNI3,R211:34
VA#B04811 Quattrino;(Viterbo)BL;1.20g;ø19MSX04:65,R211:32
VA#B04821 Quattrino;(Viterbo)BL;1.31g;ø19MSX04:67/68,R211:33

ANONYMOUS ISSUES (XV Century)
 
VA#B02951 Quattrino of 2 Denari;(Bologna)BL;0.65g;ø17
VA#B02971 Quattrino fo 2 Denari;(Bologna)BL;0.53g;ø16M.15
VA#B02981 Bolognino;(Camerino)Ag;0.77g;ø18CNI.13
VA#B03901 Picciolo;(Ascoli)BL;0.50g;ø14Martin V?
VA#B04951 Picciolo;(Macerata)BL;0.37g;ø14CNI.27,M.8
VA#B05221 Quattrino;(Bologna)BL;0.48g;ø16M.17
VA#B05231 Quattrino;(Bologna)BL;0.57g;ø15M.19v1

POPE INNOCENT VIII (29.8.1484-25.7.1492)
Giovanni Battista Cybo (214)
 
Pope Innocent VIII was not aptly named - his papacy was one of the most worldly and corrupt on record. Matters started out badly enough because his
election was due in large part to the scheming of Cardinal Giuliano Della Rovere.
 
VA#B05011 Quattrino;(Rome)BL;1.4g;ø18MIN08:9,R212:2
VA#B05071 Picciolo;(Ancona)BL;0.50g;ø16MIN08:16,R212:8
VA#B05081 Cavallo;(Aquila degli Abruzzi)AE;2.7g;ø21R212:12
VA#B05201 Denier;(Avignon)BL;0.57g;ø16R212:13

POPE ALEXANDER VI (11.8.1492-18.8.1503)
Rodrigo de Borja y Borja (215)
 
Alexander VI's maternal uncle was Callixtus III, who quickly made Rodrigo bishop, cardinal and vice-chancellor of the church. Despite such nepotism,
he served five different popes and proved to be a capable administrator. His private life was something else, however, and he had many mistresses.
 
VA#B05321 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;2.24g;ø23MAX06:16,BI2233,R213:4
VA#B05381 Grosso;(Ancona)Ag;2.68g;ø25MAX06:23,R213:15
VA#B05431 Quattrino;(Ascoli)AE;1.62g;ø18R213:17
VA#ZE7341 Doppio Quattrino;(Ascoli)AE;1.90g;ø20MZ103v
VA#B05481 Carlin (half Gros);(Avignon)Ag;1.05g;ø21R213:20

POPE JULIUS II (31.10.1503-21.2.1513)
Giuliano Della Rovere (217)
 
Pope Julius II was the nephew of Pope Sixtus IV and, because of this family connection, he moved around among a lot of different positions of power and
authority within the Roman Catholic Church - eventually holding some eight bishoprics in total and then later serving as papal legate to France.
 
VA#B05731 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;3.76g;ø28MGL02:27,R215:19
VA#B05741 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;3.05g;ø26MGL02:30
VA#B05761 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;3.96g;ø28MGL02:34
VA#B0580¹⁄3 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø20R215:2
VA#B05821 Quattrino;(Rome)BL;0.45g;ø17R215:7
VA#B05841 Picciolo;(Rome)BL;0.65g;ø15MGL02:49,R215:13
VA#B05911 Giulio;(Ancona)Ag;?g;ø28R215:15
VA#B06091 Picciolo;(Fano)BL;0.26g;ø14CG9,R215:51
VA#B06241 Quattrino;(Viterbo)BL;0.54g;ø16R215:61

POPE LEO X (9.3.1513-1.12.1521)
Giovanni de'Medici (218)
 
Pope Leo X will forever be known as the pope of the beginning of Protestant Reformation. It was during his reign that Martin Luther felt forced to react
to certain church excesses - in particular, excesses for which Leo himself was responsible.
 
VA#B06511 Baiocco;(Rome)Ag;0.35g;ø14MLN10:46?,R216:6
VA#B06561 Quattrino;(Rome)BL;0.65g;ø17R216:4
VA#B06571 Quattrino;(Rome)BL;0.61g;ø17MLN10:54,R216:3
VA#B06821 Quattrino;(Ancona)BL;0.8g;ø18MLN10:91,R216:29
VA#B06831 Picciolo;(Ancona)BL;0.39g;ø16MLN10:92,R216:28
VA#B07071 Quattrino;(Foligno)BL;0.73g;ø16CNI.12,R216:60
VA#B07211 Quattrino;(Perugia)BL;0.62g;ø17MLN10:153,R216:71
VA#B0729½ Giulio;(Ravenna)Ag;1.58g;ø23R216:83
VA#B07321 Bagattino;(Reggio Emilia)AE;1.90g;ø16R216:86

ANONYMOUS (XVI Century)
 
VA#B07401 Grosso;(Ancona)Ag;1.17g;ø21CNI.8v; Clement VII?
VA#B07521 Bolognini Marchigiano;(Ancona)Ag;0.46g;ø16M.22; Clement VII?
VA#B07581 Quattrino;(Ancona)BL;0.56g;ø17M.35v1; Clement VII?
VA#B07611 Carlino;(Bologna)Ag;2.00g;ø22M.28; Clement VII?
VA#B07621 Carlino;(Bologna)Ag;2.00g;ø22M.30; Clement VII?
VA#B0769½ Giulio;(Parma)BL;2.04g;ø19Hadrian VI?
VA#B07741 Sesino;(Parma)BL;0.6g;ø17Hadrian VI?
VA#B0788½ Giulio;(Piacenza)Ag;1.95g;ø20Hadrian VI?
VA#B07901 Sesino;(Piacenza)BL;0.69g;ø18Hadrian VI?
VA#B07911 Quattrino;(Piacenza)BL;0.65g;ø16Hadrian VI?

POPE HADRIAN VI (9.1.1522-14.9.1523)
Adrian Florensz (219)
 
Once a Head Inquisitor for the Inquisition, Adrian VI was a reform-minded pope, trying to improve matters within the Church by attacking the various
abuses of power one-by-one.
 
VA#B0812½ Giulio;(Piacenza)Ag;2.04g;ø21R217:15

POPE CLEMENT VII (19.11.1523-25.9.1534)
Giulio de' Medici (220)
 
Member of the powerful Medici family, Clement VII possessed great political and diplomatic skills - but he lacked the understanding of the age necessary
to cope with the political and religious changes he faced.
 
VA#B08412*Carlino;(Rome)Ag;4.58g;ø26R218:31,S.34
VA#B0846½ Giulio;(Rome)Ag;1.31g;ø22MCL07:60
VA#B08551 Quattrino;(Rome)BL;0.84g;ø17MCL07:72,R218:26

POPE PAUL III (13.10.1534-10.11.1549)
Alessandro Farnese (221)
 
Paul III was the first pope of the Counter Reformation, inaugurating the Council of Trent on December 13, 1547. Paul was generally reform-minded, but
he was also a strong supporter of the Jesuits, an organization which worked diligently to enforce orthodoxy within the Catholic Church.
 
VA#B09051 Scudo;(Rome)Au;3.45g;ø25MPA03:23
VA#B09101 Paolo (Giulio);(Rome)Ag;2.70g;ø26MPA03:54
VA#B0912;A.XIII1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.21g;ø21
VA#B09161 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.73g;ø22with hole
VA#B09201 Quattrino;(Rome)BL;0.57g;ø16MPA03:76
VA#B09251 Quattrino;(Ancona)BL;0.76g;ø19MPA03:84
VA#B09271 Bianco;(Bologna)Ag;4.99g;ø30MPA03:100
VA#B09431 Quattrino;(Camerino)BL;0.57g;ø18MPA03:128
VA#B09441 Quattrino;(Fano)BL;0.5g;ø18CNI.152,CG10,MPA03:130
VA#B0949;A.XIII1 Giulio;(Macerata)Ag;3.11g;ø28MPA03:136
VA#B949A1 Giulio;(Macerata)Ag;3.29g;ø28MPA03:144
VA#B09561 Quattrino;(Macerata)BL;0.6g;ø17
VA#B09711 Grosso;(Piacenza)Ag;1.46g;ø22MPA03:179v
VA#B09741 Carlin;(Avignon)Ag;0.9g;ø19

POPE JULIUS III (7.2.1550-23.3.1555)
Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte (222)
 
Early on Julius III was persuaded by emperor Charles V to recall the Council of Trent, which had been suspended in 1548. During its six sessions
Protestant theologians attended and conferred with Catholics, but nothing ultimately came of it.
 
VA#B09941 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.88g;ø27MGL03:29
VA#B09981 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.48g;ø23MGL03:33
VA#B10061 Baiocco (¼ Grosso);(Rome)Ag;0.28g;ø12
VA#B1013/11 Giulio;(Ancona)Ag;2.8g;ø27MGL03:58,S.179
VA#B1013/21 Giulio;(Ancona)Ag;2.9g;ø26
VA#B10181 Bianco;(Bologna)Ag;4.88g;ø29S.188
VA#B10241 Sesino;(Bologna)BL;1.11g;ø17MGL03:72
VA#B10281 Carlin;(Avignon)Ag;1.05g;ø19PDA4291

SEDE VACANTE (23.3.-9.4.1555,1-23.5.1555)
Guido Ascanio Sforza (+6.10.1564)
 
VA#B10301 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;3.09g;ø27MSV55:2

POPE PAUL IV (23.5.1555-18.8.1559)
Gianpietro Carafa (224)
 
Responsible for reorganizing the Inquisition in Italy while archbishop of Naples, many were surprised that such a rigid and uncompromising person
would be selected to become pope. He established the Index of Forbidden Books. He also segregated Jews to a special quarter of Rome and required
them to wear special headgear.
 
VA#B10391 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.52g;ø29
VA#B10401 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.5g;ø25
VA#B1045;15571 Testone;(Ancona)Ag;9.07g;ø30
VA#B10461 Giulio;(Ancona)Ag;3.2g;ø27
VA#B10561 Carlin;(Avignon)Ag;1.1g;ø18

SEDE VACANTE (18.8.-25.12.1559)
Guido Ascanio Sforza (+6.10.1564)
 
VA#B1059;15591 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;3.06g;ø27

POPE PIUS IV (25.12.1559-9.12.1565)
Giovannangelo de'Medici (225)
 
One of the most important actions taken by Pope Pius IV was to econvene the Council of Trent on January. 18, 1562, which been suspended for ten years.
 
VA#B10631 Testone;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø30MPO04:9
VA#B10661 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.58g;ø26
VA#B10681 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.95g;ø27
VA#B10761 Bianco (half Lira);(Bologna)Ag;4.5g;ø29
VA#B10781 Quattrino;(Fano)BL;0.42g;ø15
VA#B10801 Testone;(Macerata)Ag;9.03g;ø30MPO04:77
VA#B10851 Carlin;(Avignon)BL;1.00g;ø19
VA#B10861 Carlin;(Avignon)BL;1.02g;ø17BD943

POPE PIUS V (7.1.1566-1.5.1572)
Antonio (Michele) Ghisliere (226)
 
A member of the Dominican order, Pius V worked hard to improve the position of the papacy. Internally, he cut expenditures and externally, he increased
the power and effectiveness of the Inquistion and expanded the use of the Index of Forbidden Books. He excommunicated Queen Elizabeth of England.
 
VA#B10971 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.84g;ø28MPO05:11
VA#B11041 Quattrino;(Rome)BL;0.5g;ø17
VA#B11051 Testone;(Ancona)Ag;9.40g;ø29MPO05:32
VA#B11061 Testone;(Ancona)Ag;9.28g;ø30MPO05:33
VA#B11161 Bianco;(Bologna)Ag;4.89g;ø30MPO05:49
VA#B11221 Quattrino;(Fano)BL;0.46g;ø16CG16,MPO05:55
VA#B11291 Quattrino;(Macerata)BL;0.53g;ø16MPO05:69
VA#B11321 Carlin;(Avignon)Ag;1.00g;ø18BD945

POPE GREGORY XIII (13.5.1572-10.4.1585)
Ugo Boncompagni (227)
 
Gregory XIII played an important role at Council of Trent (1545,1559-63) and was a vociferous critic of German Protestants.
 
VA#B11441 Testone;(Rome)Ag;7.16g;ø27MGG13:13a
VA#B11451 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.98g;ø31MGG13:14
VA#B11491 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.11g;ø30MGG13:21
VA#B1152;15751 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.2g;ø28
VA#B11821 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.53g;ø25MGG13:133
VA#B11841 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø27S307/311
VA#B1198½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø19
VA#B12011 QuattrinoBL;0.57g;ø16MGG13:161
VA#B12031 QuattrinoBL;0.5g;ø16MGG13:169g
VA#B12041 QuattrinoBL;0.54g;ø16MGG13:166
VA#B12051 QuattrinoBL;0.5g;ø16MGG13:172
VA#B1212;15751 Testone;(Ancona)Ag;9.25g;ø30MGG13:187
VA#B1213;15821 Testone;(Ancona)Ag;9.42g;ø30
VA#B12151 Testone;(Ancona)Ag;9.22g;ø30
VA#B12181 Testone;(Ancona)Ag;8.5g;ø28
VA#B12261 Quattrino;(Ancona)BL;?g;ø16CNI54,MGG13:316
VA#B12291 Quattrino;(Ancona)BL;0.78g;ø17
VA#B12311 Quattrino;(Ancona)BL;0.58g;ø18
VA#B1235/11 Quattrino;(Ancona)BL;0.7g;ø16
VA#B1235/21 Quattrino;(Ancona)BL;0.46g;ø16
VA#B12561 Sesino;(Bologna)BL;0.99g;ø17Ch.384,CNI.60,MGG13:368
VA#B12671 Giulio;(Fano)Ag;?g;ø26S710
VA#B12711 Quattrino;(Fano)BL;0.60g;ø15CG34,MGG13:398
VA#B12741 Quattrino;(Fano)BL;0.51g;ø16CG35,MGG13:405
VA#B12751 Quattrino;(Fano)BL;0.6g;ø17CG36
VA#B13821 Giulio;(Macerata)Ag;?g;ø25S804v
VA#B12881 Quattrino;(Macerata)BL;0.74g;ø18
VA#B12956 Blancs;(Avignon)BL;3.36g;ø28MGG13:341
VA#B12981 Douzain;(Avignon)BL;2.25g;ø25DM181,PDA4314

POPE SIXTUS V (25.4.1585-27.8.1590)
Felice Peretti (228)
 
While still a priest, Perettie was a fiery opponent of the Protestant Reformation and his work was directly supported by powerful figures in the
Church, including Cardinal Carafa (later Pope Paul IV), Cardinal Ghislieri (later Pope Pius V), and St. Ignatius of Loyola.
 
VA#B13171 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.9g;ø29CNI.197
VA#B13201 Testone;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø30CNI.225,MSX05:20
VA#B1325;A.IV1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.19g;ø29MSX05:38
VA#B1336;(1585)/A.I1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø28S136
VA#B13631 Giulio (Sisto);(Bologna)Ag;?g;ø25S326
VA#B13641 Giulio;(Bologna)Ag;2.94g;ø26MSX05:100
VA#B13661 Sesino;(Bologna)BL;1.0g;ø17
VA#B13761 Quattrino;(Fano)BL;0.51g;ø16CG46,MSX05:117
VA#B1383;15891 Baiocco;(Montalto)BL;0.9g;ø18MSX05:125
VA#B13871 Quattrino;(Montalto)BL;0.45g;ø16
VA#B1390;15876 Blancs;(Avignon)BL;3.35g;ø27DM191,MSX05:88a

SEDE VACANTE (16-29.10.1591,30.12.1591-30.1.1592)
Enrico Caetani (+13.12.1599)
 
VA#B14301 Quattrino;(Bologna)BL;0.49g;ø16

POPE CLEMENT VIII (30.1.1592-3.3.1605)
Ippolito Aldobrandini (232)
 
The most important political event during Clement VIII's papacy was his reconciliation with Henry IV of France when Clement recognized the latter as
King of France in 1595 - despite the Edict of Nantes.
 
VA#B1440;1600/A.IX1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.40g;ø30MCL08:12
VA#B1446;15921 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.28g;ø32S.68
VA#B1465½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.62g;ø17MCL08:64
VA#B1473;16001 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.2g;ø23EK480
VA#B14791 Sesino;(Bologna)BL;0.62g;ø17
VA#B1481;16041 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.45g;ø19EK489
VA#B1487;(1599)1 Quattrino;(Ferrara)AE;2.73g;ø21MCL08:157
VA#B15141 Douzain;(Avignon)BL;2.30g;ø24KAV2,MCL08:107
VA#B1516;15941 Douzain;(Avignon)BL;2.17g;ø24KAV2,MCL08:108
VA#B1518;16011 Douzain;(Avignon)BL;2.23g;ø25KAV2,DM248
VA#B15221 Patard;(Avignon)AE;0.6g;ø15EK486,KAV1
VA#B1525;159Z1 Douzain;(Carpentras)BL;2.22g;ø25MCL08:133
VA#B15281 Douzain;(Carpentras)BL;2.06g;ø25
VA#B1529;15941 Douzain;(Carpentras)BL;?g;ø25MCL08:143
VA#B15301 Patard;(Carpentras)BL;1.26g;ø16MCL08:145

POPE PAUL V (16.5.1605-28.1.1621)
Camillo Borghese (234)
 
Paul V was considered an ideal candidate for the papacy because he was not attached to any particular political faction within the Church or Roman
society. Politically, however, he made few friends. He censured Galileo.
 
VA#B1549;A.VIII1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;7.68g;ø28KRM69
VA#B1560;A.II1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.29g;ø30KRM41
VA#B1564;A.XI1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.18g;ø31MPA05:83A
VA#B15721 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.56g;ø19KRM50,MPA05:107
VA#B1575;A.XII½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.67g;ø16KRM78,MPA05:115
VA#B1576½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.58g;ø15KRM77,MPA05:119
VA#B15831 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;3.9g;ø22EK494,KRM21
VA#B15841 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.9g;ø21EK492,KRM22
VA#B1585;16071 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;3.65g;ø22CNI.6,EK493,KRM35
VA#B1586;A.VII1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.9g;ø23EK493,KRM64
VA#B1600;1612½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;9.05g;ø27EK499,KBO20
VA#B1601;16101 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.4g;ø21EK498,KBO13
VA#B1612;A.VIII1 Quattrino;(Ferrara)AE;2.3g;ø20KFE15
VA#B1613;A.VIII1 Quattrino;(Ferrara)AE;2.81g;ø20KFE16,MPA05:237
VA#B1614;A.VIII1 Quattrino;(Ferrara)AE;2.7g;ø20EK503,KFE17

POPE GREGORY XV (9.2.1621-8.7.1623)
Alessandro Ludovisi (235)
 
Gregory XV, the first pope to be educated by Jesuits, hoped to support Catholic forces who were fighting Protestants in Germany, but was able to
achieve little aside from reinstating the dominance of Catholicism in Bohemia.
 
VA#B1656/11 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;3.06g;ø22EK505,MGG15:28
VA#B1656/21 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;3.55g;ø22
VA#B1657;1621½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;8.42g;ø29KBO31,MGG15:36,Ch.499?
VA#B1658;16211 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.78g;ø20KBO30
VA#B1663½ Grosso;(Ferrara)Ag;0.6g;ø15KFE8

POPE URBAN VIII (6.8.1623-29.7.1644)
Maffeo Barberini (236)
 
Pope Urban VIII is known for a number of things, not least of which was his nepotism. Historians have even gone so far as to label his actions "reckless
nepotism" because he went so much further than other popes.
 
VA#B1721;1632/A.VIII1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø28KRM176,MUR08:50
VA#B1729;A.XIV1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.36g;ø30KRM193,MUR08:81
VA#B1731;A.XII1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;3.2g;ø25CNI.449,KRM161,MUR08:88v
VA#B1735;A.III1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.77g;ø25KRM143
VA#B1740/11 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.2g;ø21KRM156,MUR08:126v1
VA#B1740/2;A.XVIII1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.98g;ø20MUR08:121a
VA#B1754½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.68g;ø16KRM204,MUR08:157
VA#B1756;A.X½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.61g;ø14KM-,MUR08:165
VA#B1759;A.II½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.59g;ø15KRM108
VA#B1770;A.XIII1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;3.2g;ø20EK525,KRM186
VA#B17711 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;3.0g;ø19EK524,KRM187,MUR08:194
VA#B1775;16301 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;3.2g;ø19EK532,KBO32
VA#B1778;16241 Grosso;(Ferrara)Ag;1.38g;ø21KFE52,MUR08:242
VA#B1780;16361 Quattrino;(Ferrara)AE;2.23g;ø22EK536,KFE60
VA#B17961 Jules (Clementino);(Avignon)Ag;2.8g;ø25KAV44
VA#B1802;16352*Tournois;(Avignon)AE;2.1g;ø20EK527,KAV53
VA#B1803Patard;(Avignon)Cu;?g;ø15EK527,KAV41,MUR08:231

POPE INNOCENT X (15.9.1644-7.1.1655)
Giovanni Battista Pamphilj (237)
 
Pope Innocent X switched the papal favor from France to Spain, leading to widespread political repercussions. However, not all papal actions were
taken quite so seriously.
 
VA#B18401 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.27g;ø18KM-,MIN10:56c
VA#B1844½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.8g;ø15KRM258,MIN10:62
VA#B1846½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.7g;ø15KRM210
VA#B1866;A.IX½ Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;7.3g;ø26EK545,KGU7
VA#B1867;16501 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3.6g;ø19EK544,KGU10
VA#B1868;1650/A.VI1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)Cu;3.6g;ø20CNI55,KGU11
VA#B1869/1;A.V1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3g;ø20EK539,KGU5
VA#B1869/2;A.IIII1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3g;ø20
VA#B1869/3;A.VII1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3.06g;ø20F G at sides

POPE ALEXANDER VII (7.4.1655-22.5.1667)
Fabio Chigi (238)
 
The reign of Pope Alexander VII was defined most of all by his conflicts with France. Most of these conflicts he lost and more than once he had to
submit in one way or another to the French king, Louis XIV. Louis, in turn, actively supported the pope's rivals in Rome and refused to help with a
crusade against the Turks.
 
VA#B1901;16581 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;31.82g;ø42KRM290
VA#B19021 Testone;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø31KRM278.1,MAX07:9
VA#B19041 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.66g;ø24KRM274
VA#B19071 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.26g;ø18KRM270,S.36
VA#B19081 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.34g;ø18KRM271,MAX07:23
VA#B1928;16671 Carlino;(Bologna)Ag;?g;ø19MAX07:71a
VA#B1930;16671 Quattrino;(Bologna)Cu;?g;ø24KBO67,MAX07:73b
VA#B1934;16561 Giulio;(Ferrara)Ag;2.55g;ø24KFE83
VA#B1943½ Baiocco;(Gubbio)Cu;8.03g;ø27KGU19,MAX07:99
VA#B1946/11 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3.03g;ø20EK551,KGU14
VA#B1946/21 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.67g;ø19
VA#B1957;1667Luigino;(Avignon)Ag;?g;ø20KAV99
VA#B1958;1663Luigino;(Avignon)Ag;1.84g;ø21KAV94

POPE CLEMENT IX (20.6.1667-9.12-1669)
Giulio Rospigliosi (239)
 
Clement IX's reign as pope was relatively unremarkable, but he did have the unusual characteristic of being a librettist of several operas.
 
VA#B19711 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.9g;ø26KRM306
VA#B1976½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.80g;ø16KRM300
VA#B1981;16681 Quattrino;(Bologna)Cu;?g;ø25KBO75
VA#B1982½ Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;7.60g;ø27EK560,KGU26
VA#B1984;A.I1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.99g;ø20EK558,KGU25

SEDE VACANTE (9.12.1669-29.4.1670)
Antonio Barberini (+3.8.1671)
 
VA#B1988;16691 PiastraAg;31.30g;ø44D4073,KRM319,MSV70:4
VA#B1989;16691 TestoneAg;9.35g;ø31KRM318,MSV70:5

POPE CLEMENT X (29.4.1670-22.7.1676)
Emilio Altieri (240)
 
Clement X was elected as a compromise candidate after a very difficult conclave lasting 5 months. He was already 80 years old when chosen and
would be a very weak pope.
 
VA#B2003;16751 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;31.20g;ø44KRM369,MCL10:14
VA#B2004;16751 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;31.42g;ø44KRM370,MCL10:13
VA#B2006;16751 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;30.66g;ø43D4078,KRM368,MCL10:17
VA#B2021;16751 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;3.05g;ø26KRM361,MCL10:33
VA#B2024;1673/A.III1 Giulio (Camerino)Ag;3.01g;ø25KRM354
VA#B2025;16751 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.28g;ø18KRM359,MCL10:37
VA#B2028;16751 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.03g;ø19KRM360,MCL10:38
VA#B2031/11 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.29g;ø18KRM339,MCL10:44
VA#B2031/21 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.60g;ø19
VA#B2034½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.71g;ø15KRM333,S.84
VA#B2044;16731 Carlino;(Bologna)Ag;1.7g;ø20KBO81
VA#B2046;1676?1 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;3.0g;ø21KBO88
VA#B2047;1675½ Bolognino;(Ferrara)AE;7.04g;ø28KFE90,MCL10:62
VA#B2055;16751 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3.42g;ø20EK566,KGU31

SEDE VACANTE (22.7.-21.9.1676)
Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri Degli Albertoni (+29.6.1698)
 
VA#B2059;16761 PiastraAg;31.15g;ø44D4084,KRM391,MSV76:1

POPE INNOCENT XI (21.9.1676-12.8.1689)
Benedetto Odescalchi (241)
 
Taking the name Innocent XI in memory of Innocent X, from whom he received his appointment as Cardinal - Deacon in 1645, his earliest actions were
attempts to reform the administration of the Vatican. He sought to reduce expenses, eliminate nepotism, and streamline decision - making.
 
VA#B20851 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;30.40g;ø44D4095,KRM408,MIN11:28
VA#B2086;16801 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;31.09g;ø44KRM421.2
VA#B2093;A.III1 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;30.55g;ø44D4089,KRM403,MIN11:43
VA#B2096;A.VII½ Piastra;(Rome)Ag;15.8g;ø38KRM431
VA#B2102/1;1685/A.IX1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.1g;ø32KRM469ff,MIN11:97
VA#B2102/2;1685/A.IX1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.1g;ø32
VA#B2118;16761 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.1g;ø17KRM385,MIN11:169
VA#B21191 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.46g;ø19MIN11:170
VA#B21201 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø19S255
VA#B2125½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.7g;ø15KRM???
VA#B2126½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.6g;ø16KRM382
VA#B2127/1½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.6g;ø15KRM462
VA#B2127/2;1686½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.59g;ø15
VA#B21441 Muraiola;(Bologna)BL;1.4g;ø19KBO89
VA#B2149;A.VII½ Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;9.07g;ø28EK588,KGU37,MIN11:257
VA#B2153;A.V1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.99g;ø22EK581,KGU40,MIN11:270
VA#B21541 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.8g;ø20EK582,KGU36
VA#B2155;A.V1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3.21g;ø22EK584,KGU41,MIN11:268
VA#B2156;A.VII1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3.3g;ø22EK585,KGU43

SEDE VACANTE (12.8.-6.10.1689)
Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri Degli Albertoni (+29.6.1698)
 
VA#B2161;16891 GiulioAg;2.87g;ø26KRM488; two holes
VA#B2162;16891 GrossoAg;1.14g;ø19KRM484; hole

POPE ALEXANDER VIII (6.10.1689-1.2.1691)
Pietro Ottoboni (242)
 
Alexander VIII had extensive experience with church administration, having served not only in the Curia but also as head of the Roman Inquisition in
Malta. The latter position in particular allowed him to take firm control of the Church and work to enforce orthodoxy.
 
VA#B2175;A.II1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.92g;ø32KRM.A523,MAX08:15
VA#B2176;16901 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.87g;ø32KRM524
VA#B2194;16901 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.11g;ø20EK600,KBO110

SEDE VACANTE (1.2.-12.7.1691)
Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri Degli Albertoni (+29.6.1698)
 
VA#B2205;16911 GrossoAg;1.38?g;ø19KRM533,MSV16:6

POPE INNOCENT XII (12.7.1691-27.9.1700)
Antonio Pignatelli (243)
 
Innocent XII was a compromise candidate, elected only after the conclave had lasted 5 months. There were fierce divisions at the time among the cardinals
that prevented an easy choice from being made.
 
VA#B2229;1693/A.III1 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;30.25g;ø44D4103,KRM569
VA#B2237;A.V½ Piastra;(Rome)Ag;15.8g;ø37KRM597
VA#B2238;A.VII½ Piastra;(Rome)Ag;14.07g;ø35KRM601
VA#B2241;1692/A.II½ Piastra;(Rome)Ag;15.75g;ø37KRM556,MIN12:35
VA#B2244;1694/A.IIII1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.0g;ø32CNI.55,KRM575,MIN12:40
VA#B2245;1698/A.VII1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.8g;ø32CNI.109,KRM606,MIN12:41
VA#B2252;1695/A.V1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.66g;ø32CNI.70,KRM588,MIN12:49
VA#B2255;1700/A.IX1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø24CNI.141,KRM639
VA#B2257;1694/A.IIII1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.6g;ø25CNI.56,KRM574,MIN12:54
VA#B2263;1699/A.IX1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø25KRM612,MIN12:62
VA#B2269;16951 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.15g;ø18KRM583,MIN12:70
VA#B2275;16981 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.3g;ø18KRM605,MIN12:83
VA#B2289;1699½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.63g;ø14
VA#B2291;A.III½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.60g;ø16KRM560,MIN12:122
VA#B2292½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.6g;ø15KRM532
VA#B2296;1694½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.6g;ø16KRM570?,MIN12:125
VA#B2304;1693½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;6.4g;ø27EK617,KBO115
VA#B2306-7;16991 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.5g;ø19EK616,KBO114/120?
VA#B2308;A.II½ Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;7.6g;ø28EK614,KGU53,MIN12:152
VA#B23131 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3.8g;ø21EK605,KGU57,MIN12:174
VA#B2315;A.VII1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3.2g;ø22EK605,KGU67,MIN12:182
VA#B23181 Quattrino;(Gubbio)Cu;2.85g;ø22EK607,MIN12:190
VA#B2324;A.VIII1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.9g;ø22EK603,KGU63,MIN12:205
VA#B2327;1692¹⁄12 Ecu;(Avignon)Ag;0.95g;ø19DM360,KAV106,SiL.8
VA#B2328;1693¹⁄12 Ecu;(Avignon)Ag;0.165g;ø20CAM.23,KAV107

SEDE VACANTE (27.9.-23.11.1700)
Giambattista Spínola, Jr (+19.3.1719)
 
VA#B2330;17001 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;30.45g;ø45D4113,KRM652,MSV00:2
VA#B2332;17001 Testone;(Rome)Ag;9.08g;ø32CNI.7,KRM646,MSV00:5; with hole

POPE CLEMENT XI (23.11.1700-19.3.1721)
Gianfrancesco Albani (244)
 
Pope Clement XI's reign was consumed by numerous political and religious problems. For one, he was faced with dissent from the Jansenist priests
and in the papal bull Unigentius Dei Filius, published in September 1713, Clement condemned Jansenism and excommunicated many of its followers.
 
VA#B2380;1704/A.VI1 Piastra;(Rome)Ag;31.90g;ø44D1432,KRM671,MCL11:43
VA#B2389;A.VIII½ Piastra;(Rome)Ag;15.7g;ø37KRM709,MCL11:54a
VA#B2392;A.VII½ Piastra;(Rome)Ag;15.41g;ø38KRM699,MCL11:58
VA#B2393;A.VIII1 Testone (30 Baiocco)Ag;9.12g;ø33KRM708,S.93
VA#B2396;A.I1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;7.45g;ø30KRM648
VA#B2406;A.XVII1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.98g;ø31KRM767,S.130
VA#B2421;1702/A.II1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;3g;ø26KRM661
VA#B2422;A.V1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.91g;ø25CNI62,KRM692
VA#B24251 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.40g;ø18KRM660
VA#B2443;A.XVI½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.6g;ø16KRM746
VA#B2468;1712½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;6.78g;ø28KBO138
VA#B2469;1716½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;5.42g;ø27KBO156
VA#B2470;17141 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;1.78g;ø19KBO140
VA#B2471;17121 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.21g;ø19KBO175
VA#B2494;1710/A.X2 Baiocco;(Ferrara)BL;?g;ø19CNI51,KFE110,MCL11:247
VA#B2499;A.XX½ Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;7.30g;ø28CNI98,KGU85,MCL11:267
VA#B2500;1702/A.III1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;3.45g;ø20EK622,KGU77
VA#B2503;A.III1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.83g;ø22EK620,KGU79
VA#B2505;A.XIX1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.30g;ø21EK620,KGU87
VA#B2507;A.VII1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.69g;ø22KGU82,MCL11:292
VA#B2508;A.III1 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.74g;ø23KGU83,S.404

POPE INNOCENT XIII (8.5.1721-7.3.1724)
Michelangelo Conti (245)
 
Pope Innocent XIII was very reform-oriented, imposing new standards of fru- gality on the papal court and abolishing a great deal of excessive spending.
 
VA#B2518;1721/A.I½ Piastra;(Rome)Ag;15.87g;ø38KRM784,MIN13:4
VA#B2524;1721/A.I1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.50g;ø18KRM779
VA#B2527;1723/A.II½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.69g;ø15KRM791,MIN13:16
VA#B2540;1723½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;5.93g;ø28KBO161
VA#B2543;1721½ Baiocco;(Gubbio)Cu;?g;ø27CNI4,KGU99,MIN13:52
VA#B25461 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.34g;ø20EK642,KGU102,MIN13:57
VA#B25471 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.69g;ø21EK641,S.62
VA#B25481 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.60g;ø20CNI.19,EK643,MIN13:59

SEDE VACANTE (7.3.-29.5.1724)
Annibale Albani (+21.10.1751)
 
VA#B2553;17241 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.80g;ø32KRM799,MSV24:4; with hole

POPE BENEDICT XIII (29.5.1724-21.2.1730)
Pier Francesco Orsini (246)
 
Benedict's poor understanding of how to handle secular leaders, when combined with the poor reputation of his associates, led to him developing
and increasingly bad reputation and a general weakening of papal interests in areas like Siciliy and Sardina.
 
VA#B2586;1728½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;5.9g;ø29EK665,KBO175
VA#B2588;1726/A.II1 Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;12.80g;ø35EK663,KGU111
VA#B2589;1729/A.V1 Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;12.46g;ø37KGU112,MBE13:48
VA#B2590;(1725)½ Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;6.82g;ø27KGU110,MBE13:49
VA#B25951 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.68g;ø21EK651,MBE13:62

SEDE VACANTE (21.2.-12.7.1730)
Annibale Albani (+21.10.1751)
 
VA#B2602;17301 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;3.04g;ø25CNI.5,KRM834,MSV30:4; with hole

POPE CLEMENT XII (12.7.1730-6.2.1740)
Lorenzo Corsini (247)
 
Pope Clement XII appears to have been a cynical choice. Seventy nine years old at the time of his election, he was frequently bed ridden with the gout
and had been totally blind since 1732.
 
VA#B2618;A.V½ Piastra;(Rome)Ag;14.40g;ø37KRM801
VA#B2621;17361 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.23g;ø31KRM874
VA#B2628;17331 Testone;(Rome)Ag;7.73g;ø31KRM844
VA#B2629;A.IV1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;8.3g;ø30CNI.57f,KRM845,MCL12:39f
VA#B2632;1735/A.V1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;6.86g;ø28KRM862,MCL12:50
VA#B2637;17301 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.93g;ø26KRM837
VA#B2640;A.VI1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.7g;ø24KRM858ff
VA#B2646/1;A.VI1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.50g;ø24KRM859,MCL12:94
VA#B2646/2;A.VII1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.80g;ø24
VA#B2647;A.VI1 Giulio;(Rome)Ag;2.51g;ø25KRM882
VA#B2651;1739/A.IX1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.18g;ø19KRM905
VA#B2653;1737/A.VII1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.3g;ø19KRM870v
VA#B2654;1738/A.VIII1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1g;ø19KRM870v
VA#B2657;A.X1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.23g;ø19KRM906
VA#B2659;A.V1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.2g;ø18KRM856
VA#B2672;1738/A.VIII1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.1g;ø20EK667,KRM883
VA#B2673;1738/A.IX1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2g;ø20EK668,KRM884
VA#B2680;(1736)1 Carlino of 5 BologiniAg;1.28g;ø18KBO196
VA#B2681;17361 Carlino of 5 BologiniAg;1.25g;ø17KBO208
VA#B2682;17381 Carlino of 5 BologiniAg;1.08g;ø18KBO213
VA#B2691;1732½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;6.99g;ø30KBO191
VA#B2692;1738½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;6.16g;ø30KBO201
VA#B2693/1;17401 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;1.68g;ø19EK694,KBO174
VA#B2693/2;17331 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.32g;ø20
VA#B27001 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.5g;ø20EK679,KGU121
VA#B27011 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.69g;ø21EK678,KGU122
VA#B27031 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.4g;ø21EK675,KGU124
VA#B2706/11 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.8g;ø22EK680
VA#B2706/21 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.21g;ø22

SEDE VACANTE (6.2.-17.8.1740)
Annibale Albani (+21.10.1751)
 
VA#B2715;1740½ Zecchino;(Rome)Au;1.39g;ø16KRM931
VA#B2719;17401 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.3g;ø19KRM924
VA#B2720;17401 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.19g;ø19KRM924,MSV40:16
VA#B2721;17401 Baiocco;(Rome)AE;10.76g;ø33EK699
VA#B2724;1740½ Baiocco;(Rome)AE;5.78g;ø27EK697,MSV40:29

POPE BENEDICT XIV (17.8.1740-3.5.1758)
Prospero Lambertini (248)
 
Pope Benedict XIV had a very active pontifficate because he had many im- portant political matters that had plagued his predecessors and that he was
determined to finish off once and for all. He was the first pope to issue an encyclical. Unfortunately, while he was able to settle many things, he often
did so at great political cost and with little sense of actual victory.
 
VA#B2732;1740½ Zecchino;(Rome)Au;1.7g;ø18FRM228,F8RM232,KRM933
VA#B2736;1751½ Scudo RomanoAu;0.9g;ø14FRM229,F8RM234,KRM973
VA#B2737½ Scudo RomanoAu;0.8g;ø13FRM230,F8RM233,KRM939
VA#B2741;1753/A.XIV½ Scudo;(Rome)Ag;2.69g;ø35KRM1179
VA#B2743;1756/A.XVII2*Giulio;(Rome)Ag;5g;ø26KRM974
VA#B2745;1750/A.XI1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.2g;ø19KRM967
VA#B2746;1750/A.XI1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.15g;ø19KRM968
VA#B2747;A.II1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.3g;ø19KRM944
VA#B2748;1742/A.II1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.13;ø19KRM944
VA#B2752;A.III1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.1g;ø19KRM948
VA#B2754;1743/A.III1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.21g;ø19KRM949
VA#B27581 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.2g;ø19KRM950
VA#B2759;A.VI1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.2g;ø19KRM927,MBE14:128
VA#B2761;A.X1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.0g;ø18KRM940
VA#B2762;17481 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.18g;ø19KRM953
VA#B2763;1752/A.XIII1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.23g;ø20KRM967
VA#B2764;A.IX1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.20g;ø19KRM954
VA#B2766;A.I½ Grosso;(Rome)Ag;0.6g;ø16KRM923
VA#B27722 Carlini;(Rome)BL;5g;ø27KRM1164.2
VA#B2774;1750/A.XI1 Carlino;(Rome)BL;2.30g;ø21KRM1165
VA#B2775;17484 Baiocchi;(Rome)BL;3g;ø23KRM1161
VA#B2777;A.XVI1 Baiocco;(Rome)AE;10.6g;ø33EK712,KRM1175
VA#B27801 Baiocco;(Rome)AE;12.1g;ø35EK710a,KRM1154
VA#B2789;1751/A.XII1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.1g;ø22EK704,KRM1174
VA#B2791;1755/A.XVI1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.4g;ø22EK706,KRM1176
VA#B2807;17585 Bolognini;(Bologna)Ag;1.3g;ø18KBO221
VA#B2811;1755½ Bolognino;(Bologna)AE;4.97g;ø27Ch.925?,KBO220,MBE14:236
VA#B2812;17541 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;1.9g;ø19EK738,KBO225
VA#B2816;17461 Baiocco;(Ferrara)AE;9.16g;ø34KFE142
VA#B2823/1;A.V½ Baiocco;(Ferrara)AE;4.9g;ø28EK751,KFE139?
VA#B2823/2;A.IV½ Baiocco;(Ferrara)AE;4.9g;ø27
VA#B2825;1748/A.VIII½ Baiocco;(Ferrara)AE;4.6g;ø26EK752,KFE137?
VA#B2830/1;17441 Quattrino;(Ferrara)AE;2g;ø18EK743,KFE135
VA#B2830/2;17481 Quattrino;(Ferrara)AE;1.82g;ø19EK746,KFE135,MBE14:413
VA#B2834;17471 Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;9.40g;ø35MBO14:448
VA#B2835;1744/A.V1 Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;10.92g;ø35EK736,KGU142
VA#B28431 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;2.3g;ø22EK717,KGU137
VA#B28451 Quattrino;(Gubbio)AE;1.4g;ø19EK714,KGU123
VA#B2857;1750½ Baiocco;(Ravenna)AE;3.92g;ø28EK778,KRA11,MBE14:581v1
VA#B2860½ Baiocco;(Ravenna)AE;6.08g;ø28MBE14:591
VA#B2877;(1745)1 Quattrino;(Ravenna)AE;1.4g;ø19EK767v4,KRA13

SEDE VACANTE (3.5.-6.7.1758)
Girolamo Colonna di Sciarra (+18.1.1763)
 
VA#B2886;1758½ scudoAg;12.98g;ø34KRM1186
VA#B2887;1758¹⁄5 scudo (2*Giulio)Ag;5g;ø25KRM979; hole

POPE CLEMENT XIII (6.7.1758-2.2.1769)
Carlo Rezzonico (249)
 
Clement XIII's papacy was almost entirey caught up with scandals involving the Jesuits.
 
VA#B2896;1761/A.IV1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;7.7g;ø31KRM1001
VA#B2897;1758/A.I2*Giulio;(Rome)Ag;4.96g;ø25KRM980
VA#B2898;1759/A.II2*Giulio;(Rome)Ag;4.97g;ø25KRM981,MCL13:16a
VA#B2905;1760/A.III1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.2g;ø19KRM996
VA#B2906;1762/A.IV1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.2g;ø19KRM1002,MCL13:28
VA#B2913;A.I½ Baiocco;(Rome)AE;15.5g;ø26EK785,KRM1183.1
VA#B2914;1758/A.I1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.19g;ø21KRM1182.1,S.124

POPE CLEMENT XIV (19.5.1769-22.9.1774)
Lorenzo Ganganelli (250)
 
Originally a Franciscan friar, Clement XIV was elected by a conclave which was beset by pressure from various Catholic sovereigns who were anxious that
no one who supported the Jesuits be chosen.
 
VA#B2931;1773/A.V1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;7.3g;ø31KRM1020
VA#B2934;1774/A.V1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.31g;ø29KRM1005
VA#B2936;17714 Baiocchi;(Rome)BL;3.3g;ø23KRM1206

SEDE VACANTE (22.9.1774-15.2.1775)
Carlo Rezzonico (+26.1.1799)
 
VA#B2947;1774¹⁄5 (2*Giulio)Ag;5.06g;ø25KRM1023

POPE PIUS VI (15.2.1775-29.8.1799)
Giovanni Angelo Braschi (251)
 
Pius VI was elected pope at a time when secular power was growing throughout Europe, edging aside the traditional powers of religious institutions.
During his pontificate, Pius not only proved unable to stem this tide, but in fact it grew worse at an increasing pace.
 
VA#B2954;1776/A.II1 Zecchino;(Rome)Au;3.36g;ø21KRM1029,MPO06:8v
VA#B2958;1780/A.VI1 Scudo;(Rome)Ag;26.3g;ø41D1471,KRM1216.1
VA#B2960;1777/A.III½ Scudo;(Rome)Ag;12.71g;ø34KRM1213
VA#B2961;1779/A.V½ Scudo;(Rome)Ag;12.8g;ø34KRM1214,MPO06:25a
VA#B2962;1796/A.XXII1 Testone;(Rome)Ag;7.6g;ø30KRM1048
VA#B2965;1780/A.VI¹⁄5 (2*Giulio)Ag;5.22?g;ø25KRM1034,MPO06:38f
VA#B2966;1790/A.XVI¹⁄5 (2*Giulio)Ag;5.1g;ø25KRM1045
VA#B2969;1777/A.II1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.3g;ø20KRM1033
VA#B2971;1782/A.VII1 Grosso;(Rome)Ag;1.21g;ø19CNI93,MPO06:54
VA#B2973;A.XXII60 Baiocchi;(Rome)BL;14.51g;ø38KRM1236.2
VA#B2975;179625 Baiocchi;(Rome)BL;6.4g;ø31KRM1238
VA#B2978;1796/A.XXII2 CarliniBL;3.9g;ø25KRM1215
VA#B2984;179.4 Baiocchi;(Rome)BL;2.3g;ø23KRM1211
VA#B2987/1;1797/A.XXIII5 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;17.4g;ø33EK812,KRM1245
VA#B2987/2;179?/A.XXIII5 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;15.67g;ø32
VA#B2990;17962½ Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;16.2g;ø30*3EK810,KRM1240
VA#B2991;1795/A.XXI2 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;?g;ø37EK810,KRM1226.1
VA#B2994;A.XI1 Baiocco;(Rome)AE;11.9g;ø33EK799,KRM1222
VA#B1797/A.XXIII1 Baiocco;(Rome)AE;?g;ø30KRM1225,MPO06:134
VA#B2997;A.X½ Baiocco;(Rome)AE;5.9g;ø26EK798,KRM1224
VA#B2999;A.XII1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.1g;ø22EK797,KRM1223
VA#B3003;17962½ Baiocco;(Ancona)Cu;?g;ø30CNI3,KAN3,MPO06:144
VA#B3054;17861 Lira;(Bologna)Ag;4.9g;ø24CNI.239,KBO306,MPO06:222
VA#B3059;17781 Carlino;(Bologna)Ag;1.3g;ø19CNI.43,MPO06:229
VA#B3060;17781 Carlino;(Bologna)Ag;1.3g;ø19KBO275
VA#B3082;17841 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.18g;ø20EK825,KBO286
VA#B3083;17781 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;1.9g;ø22EK826,KBO267
VA#B3084;17791 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.1g;ø22KBO268
VA#B3085;17961 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2g;ø21EK834,KBO325
VA#B30882½ Baiocchi;(Civitavecchia)AE;13.6g;ø28EK839,KCV5
VA#B3112;A.XX1 Baiocco;(Gubbio)AE;7.3g;ø33EK860,KGU171
VA#B3131;17962½ Baiocchi;(Perugia)AE;15.38g;ø33KPG3,MPO06:392
VA#B3143;1797/A.XXIII½ Baiocchi;(San Serverino)AE;?g;ø24KSN2,MPO06:411a
VA#B31525 Baiocchi;(Viterbo)AE;15.9g;ø29*3EK905,KVT4
VA#B3153;17962½ Baiocchi;(Viterbo)AE;14.1g;ø29EK901,KVT2

ROMAN REPUBLIC (15.2.1798-29.1.1799)
 
VA#B31622 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;16g;ø35EK910,KRMr7.5
VA#B31801 Baiocco;(Fermo)AE;7.8g;ø31EK939,KFMr9.2

POPE PIUS VII (14.3.1800-20.8.1823)
Gregorio Chiaramonti (252)
 
The first new pope of the 19th Century, Pius VII had a long reign for some- one who wasn't really the first choice of any of those who elected him. Pius
was a compromise candidate, chosen to break a stalemate among cardinals who were divided into nationalistic factions.
 
VA#B3217;A.V1 Doppia;(Rome)Au;5.4g;ø23C121,F8RM248,FRM244,G5,KRM1070,SHL5
VA#B3219;1800/A.I1 ScudoAg;26.3g;ø40D1479,G20,KRM1248.1
VA#B3220;1802/A.III1 ScudoAg;26.04g;ø40C119,G22,KRM1249
VA#B3223;1818/A.VIII1 ScudoAg;26.4g;ø39C119.1,G31,KRM1275
VA#B3232;1817/A.XVII1 Grosso;(Bologna)Ag;1.2g;ø18C113,G48,KBO1075
VA#B3236;18011 BaioccoAE;11.9g;ø34C111.1,EK969,G53a,KRM1263
VA#B3237/1;1802/A.II1 BaioccoAE;10.6g;ø34C112,EK972,G54,KRM1267
VA#B3237/2;1816/A.XVII1 BaioccoAE;11.7g;ø33C112.1,EK972,G59,KRM1279
VA#B3238;1801½ BaioccoAE;5g;ø27C108,EK969,G60,KRM1261,MPO07:24
VA#B3239;1802/A.II½ BaioccoAE;4.8g;ø26C109,EK971,G62a,KRM1265
VA#B3240;1816/A.XVI½ BaioccoAE;5.1g;ø26C109a,EK971a,KRM1277
VA#B3241;1816/A.XVII½ Baiocco;(Bologna)AE;5.8g;ø26C109a.1,EK971,G67,KBO1278
VA#B3243/1;1802/A.II1 QuattrinoAE;2g;ø22C107,EK970,G71,KRM1264
VA#B3243/2;1816/A.XVII1 QuattrinoAE;2.6g;ø21C107a,EK970,G74,KRM1276.1
VA#B3244;1821/A.XXII1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.3g;ø20EK970,G79,KRM1276.3?

SEDE VACANTE (20.8.-28.9.1823)
Bartolomeo Pacca (+19.4.1844)
 
VA#B3249;1823½ Scudo;(Bologna)Ag;13.2g;ø34C123,G5,KBO1291

POPE LEO XII (28.9.1823-10.2.1829)
Annibale Sermattei della Genga (253)
 
Leo XII was very much a reactionary pope, who was elected through the efforts of very conservative cardinals. He opposed modern ideas in both
religion and politics, causing him to become a very unpopular figure.
 
VA#B3255;1825/A.III1 Scudo;(Bologna)Ag;26.3g;ø40C128.1,G9,KBO1297.1
VA#B3257;1824/A.I½ Baiocco;(Bologna)AE;5.2g;ø26C127,EK974,G11,KBO1295
VA#B3258;1825/A.II½ Baiocco;(Rome)AE;5.6g;ø27C127a,EK976,G12,KRM1296
VA#B3259;1824/A.I1 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;2.1g;ø19C125.5,EK973,G18,KBO1294.1
VA#B3260;1824/A.I1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.3g;ø19C126,EK975,G14,KBO1294.2
VA#B3261;1826/A.IV1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2.4g;ø19C126a,EK975,G17,KRM1298

SEDE VACANTE (10.2.-31.3.1829)
Pietro Francesco Galeffi (+18.6.1837)
 
VA#B3263;18291 Scudo;(Bologna)Ag;26.14g;ø41C133,KBO1303,Pag4

POPE PIUS VIII (31.3.1829-30.11.1830)
Francesco Saverio Castiglioni (254)
 
Pius VIII struggled with declining Church power and growing social problems, like many popes before and after him.
 
VA#B3265;1830/A.I1 Scudo;(Bologna)Ag;26.34g;ø38C139,KRM1310
VA#B3266;1830/A.II1 Testone (30 Baiocchi)Ag;7.8g;ø26C138,G3,KRM1100,Pag149
VA#B3267;1829/A.I1 Baiocco;(Rome)AE;12g;ø32EK979,G4,KRM1301
VA#B3268;1829/A.I½ Baiocco;(Bologna)AE;5.9g;ø27C136,EK978,G6,KBO1300,Pag148a

POPE GREGORY XVI (2.2.1831-1.6.1846)
Bartolomeo Alberto Cappellari (255)
 
Gregory was the first and only Camaldosese monk to become pope. He was known as a strong reactionary, opposing all aspects of modernism and liberalism
whether they were in matters of religion, philosophy or politics. He even banned railroads within his region of authority because he regarded them as
a dangerous invention of modernity.
 
VA#B3274/1;1831/A.I1 Scudo;(Rome)Ag;26.3g;ø37C155,G61,KRM1315.1
VA#B3274/2;1834/A.IV1 Scudo;(Rome)Ag;26.3g;ø38C155,G65,KRM1315.2
VA#B3275;1834/A.IV½ Scudo (50 Baiocchi)Ag;12.9g;ø31C153,G84,KRM1316
VA#B3279;1833/A.III½ Baiocco;(Bologna)AE;5.1g;ø23C145,EK981,G186,KBO1313
VA#B3280;1831/A.I1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2g;ø18C144,EK980,G214,KRM1312
VA#B3287;1837/A.VII30 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;8g;ø27C152,G98,KRM1109
VA#B3288;1834/A.IV20 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;5.3g;ø22C149,G102,KRM1317
VA#B3289;1843/A.XIII10 Baiocchi;(Bologna)Ag;2.7g;ø20C148,G131,KBO1325
VA#B3290;1843/A.XIII5 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;1.3g;ø16C147,G145,KRM1321
VA#B3291;1836/A.VI1 Baiocco;(Bologna)AE;9.3g;ø30C146a,EK985,G159,KBO1320
VA#B3292/1;1837/A.VII½ Baiocco;(Bologna)AE;5.1g;ø23C145a,EK984,G193,KBO1319
VA#B3292/2;1841/A.XI½ Baiocco;(Rome)AE;4.9g;ø23C145a,EK984,G202,KRM1319
VA#B3293;1844/A.XIV1 Quattrino;(Rome)AE;2g;ø17C144a,EK983,G225,KRM1318

ROMAN REPUBLIC (9.2.-3.7.1849)
 
VA#B3300/1;18493 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;25.5g;ø37*3C23.1,EK1000,G6,KRMr23.1
VA#B3300/2;18493 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;26.3g;ø37*3C23.2,EK1001,G7,KRMr23.2

POPE PIUS IX (16.6.1846-7.2.1878)
Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti (256)
 
Still the one who holds the record as the longest reigning pope ever, Pius IX was responsible for calling the First Vatican Council - the one
reponsible for implementing the doctrine that popes are capable of being infallible when it comes to matters of faith and morals.
 
VA#B3306;1858/XIII2½ ScudiAu;4.3g;ø19C177,F8RM273,FRM269,KRM1117,SHL110
VA#B3307;1854/VIII1 Scudo;(Rome)Au;1.8g;ø14C176,F8RM275,FRM271,G40,KRM1358,SHL127
VA#B3308;1862/XVI1 Scudo;(Rome)Au;1.7g;ø16C176a,F8RM277,FRM273,G49,KRM1361,SHL137
VA#B3309/1;1848/A.II1 Scudo;(Rome)Ag;26.9g;ø38C175,G59,KRM1336.1
VA#B3309/2;1853/A.VIII1 Scudo;(Rome)Ag;26.8g;ø38C175.1,G63,KRM1336.2
VA#B3311;1850/A.V20 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;5.3g;ø23C173,G83a,KRM1337
VA#B3313;1860/A.XV20 Baiocco;(Rome)Ag;5.6g;ø24KRM1360,Sch71
VA#B3314;1865/A.XIX20 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;5.3g;ø24C173a,G107a,KRM1360
VA#B3316;1863/A.XVIII10 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;2.8g;ø20C172a,G135,KRM1342b
VA#B3317/1;1865/A.XIX10 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø20KRM1342c
VA#B3317/2;1865/A.XX10 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;?g;ø20KRM1342c
VA#B3319;1861/A.XVI5 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;1.4g;ø16C171a,G159,KRM1341b
VA#B3320;1865/A.XX5 Baiocchi;(Rome)Ag;1.3g;ø16C171b,G164,KRM1341c
VA#B3321;1849/A.IV5 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;40.1g;ø41*4C170,KRM1346
VA#B3322;1853/A.VII5 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;39.2g;ø40*4C170a,G182,KRM1356
VA#B3323;1849/A.IV2 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;20g;ø34C169,G193,KRM1343
VA#B3324/1;1853/A.VII2 Baiocchi;(Rome)AE;19.4g;ø35C169a,G209,KRM1344
VA#B3324/2;1851/A.V2 Baiocchi;(Bologna)AE;20.2g;ø34C169a,G200,KBO1344
VA#B3325;1849/A.IV1 BaioccoAE;9.6g;ø30C167,KRM1339.1
VA#B3326;1852/A.VI1 Baiocco;(Bologna)AE;10.4g;ø30C168,KBO1345
VA#B3327;1849/A.IIII½ Baiocco;(Rome)AE;5.3g;ø23C165,KRM1340
VA#B3328;1850/A.V½ Baiocco;(Rome)AE;5g;ø23C166,KRM1355
VA#B3329;1854/A.IX1 Quattrino;(Bologna)AE;1.7g;ø17C164,KBO1359
VA#B3334;1868/A.XXIII20 LireAu;6.5g;ø21C194.3,F8RM280,FRM276,KRM1382.4,SHL157
VA#B3335;1867/A.XXII10 LireAu;3.2g;ø19C193b,F8RM281,FRM277,KRM1381.2,SHL164
VA#B3337;1870/A.XXIV5 LireAg;25g;ø38C191,KRM1385
VA#B3338;1867/A.XXI2½ Lire;(Rome)Ag;12.5g;ø30C190,KRM1384,MPO09:46
VA#B3339/1;1869/A.XXIV2 LireAg;9.8g;ø28C189b,KRM1379.3
VA#B3339/2;1867/A.XXII2 LireAg;9.9g;ø28C189a,KRM1379.2
VA#B3340;1866/A.XXI1 LiraAg;5g;ø23C188b,KRM1377.2
VA#B3341;1866/A.XXI1 LiraAg;5g;ø23C188d,KRM1377.3
VA#B3342/1;1866/A.XXI1 LiraAg;5g;ø23C188a,KRM1378
VA#B3342/2;1868/A.XXII1 LiraAg;4.9g;ø23C188c,KRM1387
VA#B3343/1;1869/A.XXIII10 SoldiAg;2.4g;ø18C187a,KRM1386.1
VA#B3343/2;1868/A.XXII10 SoldiAg;2.4g;ø18KRM1386.2
VA#B3343/3;1867/A.XXII10 SoldiAg;2.4g;ø18C187,KRM1376
VA#B3344;1866/A.XXI5 SoldiAg;1.2g;ø16C186,KRM1375
VA#B3346;1868/A.XXII4 SoldiAE;19.8g;ø35C184,KRM1374
VA#B3347;1867/A.XXI2 Soldi;(Rome)AE;9.5g;ø32C183,KRM1373
VA#B3349;1867/A.XXI1 Soldo;(Rome)AE;4.7g;ø25C182a,KRM1372.2
VA#B3350;1867/A.XXI½ Soldo;(Rome)AE;2.4g;ø22C181,KRM1371
VA#B3351;1866/A.XXI1 CentesimoAE;1g;ø15C180,KRM1370

POPE LEO XIII (20.2.1878-20.7.1903)
Vincenzo Gioacchino Raffaele Luigi Pecci (257)
 
Pope Leo XIII not only ushered the Church into the 20th century, he also tried to help improve the Church's transition into a modern world and
modern cultures. He supported some democratic reforms and the rights of workers.
 
VA#Z1900;1900(no value)Cu;7.19g;ø25medal issue
 

VATICAN CITY (VA)
 

POPE PIUS XI (6.2.1922-10.2.1939)
Achille Ratti (260)
 
For Pope Pius XI, communism was a greater evil than Nazism - and as a result, he signed a concordat with Hitler in the hopes that this relationship
might help stem the rising tide of communism which was threatening from the East.
 
VA#KM001;1931/A.X5 CentesimiAE;3.2g;ø19B3361
VA#KM002;1931/A.X10 CentesimiAE;5.4g;ø22B3360
VA#KM003;1932/A.XI20 CentesimiNi;3.7g;ø21B3359
VA#KM004;1932/A.XI50 CentesimiNi;5.8g;ø23B3358
VA#KM005;1930/A.IX1 LiraNi;8g;ø26B3357
VA#KM006;1932/A.XI2 LireNi;10g;ø29B3356
VA#KM007;1932/A.XI5 LireAg;5g;ø22B3355
VA#KM008;1930/A.IX10 LireAg;10g;ø27B3354
VA#KM009/1;1929/A.VIII100 LireAu;8.8g;ø23B3352,F8RM283,FRM279,SHL168
VA#KM009/2;1931/A.X100 LireAu;8.8g;ø23B3352,F8RM283,FRM279,SHL170
VA#KM009/3;1934/A.XIII100 LireAu;8.8g;ø23B3352,F8RM283,FRM279,SHL173
VA#KM010;1936/A.XV100 LireAu;5.2g;ø20B3353,F8RM285,FRM281,SHL175
 
VA#KM011;33/345 CentesimiAE;3.2g;ø19B3370
VA#KM012;33/3410 CentesimiAE;5.4g;ø22B3369
VA#KM013;33/3420 CentesimiNi;3.9g;ø21B3368
VA#KM014;33/3450 CentesimiNi;6g;ø23B3367
VA#KM015;33/341 LiraNi;8g;ø26B3366
VA#KM016;33/342 LireNi;10.1g;ø28B3365
VA#KM017;33/345 LireAg;4.9g;ø22B3364
VA#KM018;33/3410 LireAg;9.9g;ø27B3363
VA#KM019;33/34100 LireAu;8.8g;ø23B3362,F8RM284,FRM280,SHL172

SEDE VACANTE (10.2.-2.3.1939)
Eugenio Pacelli
 
VA#KM020;19395 LireAg;10g;ø22B3372
VA#KM021;193910 LireAg;10g;ø27B3371

POPE PIUS XII (2.3.1939-9.10.1958)
Eugenio Pacelli (261)
 
The papacy of Eugenio Pacelli occurred during the difficult era of World War II, and it is likely that even the best of popes would have had a troubling
reign. Pope Pius XII may have exacerbated his problems, however, by failing to do enough to help the Jews who were suffering persecution.
 
VA#KM022;1940/A.II5 CentesimiAZ;2.9g;ø19B3385
VA#KM023;1940/A.II10 CentesimiAZ;4.8g;ø22B3384
VA#KM024;1939/A.I20 CentesimiNi;4.1g;ø21B3382
VA#KM024A;1940/A.II20 CentesimiST;4.1g;ø21B3383
VA#KM025;1939/A.I50 CentesimiNi;6g;ø24B3380
VA#KM025A;1941/A.III50 CentesimiST;6.1g;ø23B3381
VA#KM026;1939/A.I1 LiraNi;7.6g;ø26B3378
VA#KM026A;1940/A.II1 LiraST;8.1g;ø26B3379
VA#KM027;1939/A.I2 LireNi;9.8g;ø28B3376
VA#KM027A;1941/A.III2 LireST;9.9g;ø29B3377
VA#KM028;1940/A.II5 LireAg;5g;ø22B3375
VA#KM029;1939/A.I10 LireAg;10g;ø27B3374
VA#KM030.1;1939/A.I100 LireAu;5.2g;ø20B3373,F8RM286,FRM282,SHL178
 
VA#KM031;1942/A.IV5 CentesimiAZ;3.04g;ø19B3394; cellulose lacquer
VA#KM032;1942/A.IV10 CentesimiAZ;4.9g;ø22B3393; cellulose lacquer
VA#KM033;1942/A.IV20 CentesimiST;3.8g;ø21B3392
VA#KM034;1942/A.IV50 CentesimiST;6.1g;ø24B3391
VA#KM035;1942/A.IV1 LiraST;8g;ø26B3390
VA#KM036/1;1942/A.IV2 LireST;10.2g;ø29B3389
VA#KM036/2;1942/A.IV2 LireST;10g;ø30B3389; error,cellulose lacquer
VA#KM037;1942/A.IV5 LireAg;5.02g;ø23B3388; cellulose lacquer
VA#KM038;1942/A.IV10 LireAg;10.04g;ø27B3387; cellulose lacquer
VA#KM039;1948/A.X100 LireAu;5.2g;ø20B3386,F8RM288,FRM283,SHL187
 
VA#KM040;1949/A.XI1 LiraAl;1.2g;ø21B3398
VA#KM041;1949/A.XI2 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3397
VA#KM042;1949/A.XI5 LireAl;2.4g;ø26B3396
VA#KM043;1948/A.X10 LireAl;3g;ø29B3395
 
VA#KM044;19501 LiraAl;1.2g;ø21B3403
VA#KM045;19502 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3402
VA#KM046;19505 LireAl;2.5g;ø27B3401
VA#KM047;195010 LireAl;2.9g;ø29B3400
VA#KM048;1950100 LireAu;5.1g;ø20B3399,F8RM289,FRM284,SHL189
 
VA#KM049.1;1957/A.XIX1 LiraAl;0.6g;ø17B3413
VA#KM049.2;1956/A.XVIII1 LiraAl;0.6g;ø17B3413
VA#KM050;1957/A.XIX2 LireAl;0.8g;ø18B3412
VA#KM051.1;1953/A.XV5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3411
VA#KM051.2;1957/A.XIX5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3411
VA#KM052.1;1951/A.XIII10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3410
VA#KM052.2;1957/A.XIX10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3410
VA#KMA052.1;1957/A.XIX20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3409
VA#KMA052.2;1958/A.XX20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3409
VA#KM053.1;1951/A.XIII100 LireAu;5.21g;ø20B3404,F8RM290,SHL190
VA#KMA053;1957/A.XIX100 LireAu;5.20g;ø20B3405,F8RM291,SHL196
VA#KM054.1;1955/A.XVII50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3408
VA#KM054.2;1957/A.XIX50 LireST;6.2g;ø24B3408
VA#KM055;1957/A.XIX100 LireST;8g;ø28B3407
VA#KM056;1958/A.XX500 LireAg;11g;ø28B3406

SEDE VACANTE (9-28.10.1958)
Benedetto Aloisi Masella (+30.9.1970)
 
VA#KM057;1958500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3414

POPE JOHN XXIII (28.10.1958-3.6.1963)
Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli (262)
 
Not to be confused with the 15th Century antipope Baldassarre Cossa, this John XXIII continues to be one of the most beloved popes in recent Church
history. John was the one who convened the Second Vatican Council, a meeting which inaugurated many changes in the Roman Catholic Church - not as
many as some hoped for and more than some feared.
 
VA#KM058.1;1959/A.I1 LiraAl;0.6g;ø16B3423
VA#KM059.1;1960/A.II2 LireAl;0.8g;ø18B3422
VA#KM060.1;1959/A.I5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3421
VA#KM061.1;1959/A.I10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3420
VA#KM062.1;1959/A.I20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3419
VA#KM063.1;1959/A.I50 LireST;6.4g;ø24B3418
VA#KM064.1;1959/A.I100 LireST;8g;ø27B3417
VA#KM065.1;1959/A.I500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3416
 
VA#KM058.2;1961/A.III1 LiraAl;0.6g;ø16B3423
VA#KM059.2;1961/A.III2 LireAl;0.8g;ø18B3422
VA#KM060.2;1961/A.III5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3421
VA#KM061.2;1960/A.II10 LireAl;1.5g;ø23B3420
VA#KM062.2;1961/A.III20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3419
VA#KM063.2;1960/A.II50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3418
VA#KM064.2;1962/A.IV100 LireST;8g;ø27B3417
VA#KM065.2;1962/A.IV500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3416
 
VA#KM067;1962/A.IV1 LiraAl;0.6g;ø16B3431
VA#KM068;1962/A.IV2 LireAl;0.8g;ø18B3430
VA#KM069;1962/A.IV5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3429
VA#KM070;1962/A.IV10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3428
VA#KM071;1962/A.IV20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3427
VA#KM072;1962/A.IV50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3426
VA#KM073;1962/A.IV100 LireST;8g;ø27B3425
VA#KM074;1962/A.IV500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3424

SEDE VACANTE (3-21.6.1963)
Benedetto Aloisi Masella (+30.9.1970)
 
VA#KM075;1963500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3432

POPE PAUL VI (21.6.1963-6.8.1978)
Giovanni Battista Montini (263)
 
Although Paul VI was not responsible for calling the Second Vatican Council, he was responsible to ending it and for beginning the process of carrying
out its decisions. He is perhaps most remembered, however for his encyclical Humanae Vitae.
 
VA#KM076.1;1963/A.I1 LiraAl;0.6g;ø17B3440
VA#KM077.1;1963/A.I2 LireAl;0.8g;ø18B3439
VA#KM078.1;1963/A.I5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3438
VA#KM079.1;1963/A.I10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3437
VA#KM080.1;1963/A.I20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3436
VA#KM081.1;1963/A.I50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3435
VA#KM082.1;1963/A.I100 LireST;8.1g;ø27B3434
VA#KM083.1;1963/A.I500 LireAg;11.1g;ø29B3433
 
VA#KM076.2;1965/A.III1 LiraAl;0.6g;ø17B3440
VA#KM077.2;1965/A.III2 LireAl;0.9g;ø18B3439
VA#KM078.2;1965/A.III5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3438
VA#KM079.2;1965/A.III10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3437
VA#KM080.2;1965/A.III20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3436
VA#KM081.2;1965/A.III50 LireST;6.2g;ø24B3435
VA#KM082.2;1965/A.III100 LireST;8.1g;ø27B3434
VA#KM083.2;1965/A.III500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3433
 
VA#KM084;1966/A.IV1 LiraAl;0.6g;ø17B3448
VA#KM085;1966/A.IV2 LireAl;0.9g;ø18B3447
VA#KM086;1966/A.IV5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3446
VA#KM087;1966/A.IV10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3445
VA#KM088;1966/A.IV20 LireAZ;3.5g;ø20B3444
VA#KM089;1966/A.IV50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3443
VA#KM090;1966/A.IV100 LireST;8.1g;ø27B3442
VA#KM091;1966/A.IV500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3441
 
VA#KM092;1967/A.V1 LiraAl;0.7g;ø17B3456
VA#KM093;1967/A.V2 LireAl;0.9g;ø18B3455
VA#KM094;1967/A.V5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3454
VA#KM095;1967/A.V10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3453
VA#KM096;1967/A.V20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3452
VA#KM097;1967/A.V50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3451
VA#KM098;1967/A.V100 LireST;8.1g;ø27B3450
VA#KM099;1967/A.V500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3449
 
VA#KM100;A.VI1 LiraAl;0.7g;ø17B3464
VA#KM101;A.VI2 LireAl;0.9g;ø18B3463
VA#KM102;A.VI5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3462
VA#KM103;A.VI10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3461
VA#KM104;A.VI20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3460
VA#KM105;A.VI50 LireST;6.4g;ø24B3459
VA#KM106;A.VI100 LireST;8g;ø27B3458
VA#KM107;A.VI500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3457
 
VA#KM108;1969/A.VII1 LiraAl;0.7g;ø17B3472
VA#KM109;1969/A.VII2 LireAl;0.8g;ø18B3471
VA#KM110;1969/A.VII5 LireAl;1.1g;ø20B3470
VA#KM111;1969/A.VII10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3469
VA#KM112;1969/A.VII20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3468
VA#KM113;1969/A.VII50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3467
VA#KM114;1969/A.VII100 LireST;7.9g;ø27B3466
VA#KM115;1969/A.VII500 LireAg;10.9g;ø29B3465
 
VA#KM116;1973/A.XI1 LiraAl;0.6g;ø17B3482
VA#KM117;1973/A.XI2 LireAl;0.8g;ø18B3481
VA#KM118;1973/A.XI5 LireAl;1.1g;ø20B3480
VA#KM119;1973/A.XI10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3479
VA#KM120;1973/A.XI20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3478
VA#KM121;1973/A.XI50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3476
VA#KM122;1973/A.XI100 LireST;8g;ø27B3475
VA#KM123;1973/A.XI500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3473
 
VA#KM124;19751 LiraAl;0.7g;ø17B3490
VA#KM125;19752 LireAl;0.8g;ø18B3489
VA#KM126;19755 LireAl;1.1g;ø20B3488
VA#KM127;197510 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3487
VA#KM128;197520 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3486
VA#KM129;197550 LireST;6.4g;ø24B3485
VA#KM130;1975100 LireST;8.1g;ø27B3484
VA#KM131;1975500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3483
 
VA#KMA121;1977/A.XV50 LireST;6.3g;ø25B3477
VA#KM132;1977/A.XV500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3474
 
VA#KM133;1978/A.XVI5 LireAl;1g;ø20B3497
VA#KM134;1978/A.XVI10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3496
VA#KM135;1978/A.XVI20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3495
VA#KM136;1978/A.XVI50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3494
VA#KM137;1978/A.XVI100 LireST;8.1g;ø27B3493
VA#KM138;1978/A.XVI200 LireAZ;5.1g;ø23B3492
VA#KM139;1978/A.XVI500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3491

SEDE VACANTE (6-26.8.1978)
Jean Villot (+9.3.1979)
 
VA#KM140;1978500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3498

POPE JOHN PAUL I (26.8.-28.9.1978)
Albino Luciani (264)
 
Pope John Paul I had one of the shortest reigns in the history of the papacy - and his death is a matter of some speculation among conspiracy theorists.
Many believe that he was murdered in order to prevent him from learning or revealing embarrassing facts about the Church. He was the first pope to take
a double name and the first pope in more than 1000 years to refuse the tra- ditional crowning ceremony.
 
VA#KM142;19781000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31B3499

SEDE VACANTE (28.9.-16.10.1978)
Jean Villot (+9.3.1979)
 
VA#KM141;1978500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3500

POPE JOHN PAUL II (16.10.1978-2.4.2005)
Karol Wojtyla (265)
 
Pope John Paul II had be one of the longest reigning popes in the history of the Church. John Paul as tried to steera course between reform and tra-
dition, often siding more strongly with the forces of tradition, much to the dismay of progressive Catholics.
 
VA#KM143;1980/A.II10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3506
VA#KM144;1980/A.II20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3505
VA#KM145;1980/A.II50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3504
VA#KM146;1980/A.II100 LireST;8g;ø27B3503
VA#KM147;1980/A.II200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3502
VA#KM148;1980/A.II500 LireAg;11.1g;ø28B3501
 
VA#KM155;1981/A.III10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3512
VA#KM156;1981/A.III20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3511
VA#KM157;1981/A.III50 LireST;6.1g;ø24B3510
VA#KM158;1981/A.III100 LireST;8g;ø27B3509
VA#KM159;1981/A.III200 LireAZ;5.1g;ø23B3508
VA#KM160;1981/A.III500 LireAg;11g;ø28B3507
 
VA#KM161;1982/A.IV10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3519
VA#KM162;1982/A.IV20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3518
VA#KM163;1982/A.IV50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3517
VA#KM164;1982/A.IV100 LireST;8.2g;ø27B3516
VA#KM165;1982/A.IV200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3515
VA#KM166;1982/A.IV500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25B3514
VA#KM167;1982/A.IV1000 LireAg;14.5g;ø31B3513
 
VA#KM168;83/84500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3528
VA#KM169;83/84/A.IV1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø33B3527
VA#KM170;1983/A.V10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3526
VA#KM171;1983/A.V20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3525
VA#KM172;1983/A.V50 LireST;6.4g;ø24B3524
VA#KM173;1983/A.V100 LireST;8g;ø27B3523
VA#KM174;1983/A.V200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3522
VA#KM175;1983/A.V500 LireST(AZ);6.7g;ø25B3521
VA#KM176;1983/A.V1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31B3520
 
VA#KM177;1984/A.VI10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3535
VA#KM178;1984/A.VI20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3534
VA#KM179;1984/A.VI50 LireST;6.2g;ø24B3533
VA#KM180;1984/A.VI100 LireST;8.1g;ø27B3532
VA#KM181;1984/A.VI200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3531
VA#KM182;1984/A.VI500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25B3530
VA#KM183;1984/A.VI1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31B3529
VA#KM184;1984500 LireAg;11g;ø29B3536
 
VA#KM185;1985/A.VII10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3543
VA#KM186;1985/A.VII20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3542
VA#KM187;1985/A.VII50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3541
VA#KM188;1985/A.VII100 LireST;8g;ø27B3540
VA#KM189;1985/A.VII200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3539
VA#KM190;1985/A.VII500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25B3538
VA#KM191;1985/A.VII1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31B3537
 
VA#KM192;1986/A.VIII10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3550
VA#KM193;1986/A.VIII20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3549
VA#KM194;1986/A.VIII50 LireST;6.2g;ø24B3548
VA#KM195;1986/A.VIII100 LireST;8g;ø27B3547
VA#KM196;1986/A.VIII200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3546
VA#KM197;1986/A.VIII500 LireST(AZ);6.9g;ø25B3545
VA#KM198;1986/A.VIII1000 LireAg;14.5g;ø31B3544
 
VA#KM199;1987/A.IX10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3557
VA#KM200;1987/A.IX20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20B3556
VA#KM201;1987/A.IX50 LireST;6.2g;ø24B3555
VA#KM202;1987/A.IX100 LireST;8g;ø27B3554
VA#KM203;1987/A.IX200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3553
VA#KM204;1987/A.IX500 LireST(AZ);6.9g;ø25B3552
VA#KM205;1987/A.IX1000 LireAg;14.7g;ø31B3551
 
VA#KM206;1988/A.X10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23B3564
VA#KM207;1988/A.X20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3563
VA#KM208;1988/A.X50 LireST;6.3g;ø24B3562
VA#KM209;1988/A.X100 LireST;8g;ø27B3561
VA#KM210;1988/A.X200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3560
VA#KM211;1988/A.X500 LireST(AZ);6.7g;ø25B3559
VA#KM212;1988/A.X1000 LireAg;14.5g;ø31B3558
 
VA#KM213;1989/A.XI10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3571
VA#KM214;1989/A.XI20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3570
VA#KM215;1989/A.XI50 LireST;6.2g;ø24B3569
VA#KM216;1989/A.XI100 LireST;8g;ø27B3568
VA#KM217;1989/A.XI200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3567
VA#KM218;1989/A.XI500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25B3566
VA#KM219;1989/A.XI1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31B3565
 
VA#KM220;1990/A.XII10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23B3578
VA#KM221;1990/A.XII20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20B3577
VA#KM222;1990/A.XII50 LireST;2.8g;ø16B3576
VA#KM223;1990/A.XII100 LireST;3.4g;ø18B3575
VA#KM224;1990/A.XII200 LireAZ;5g;ø23B3574
VA#KM225;1990/A.XII500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25B3573
VA#KM226;1990/A.XII1000 LireAg;14.5g;ø31B3572
 
VA#KM227;1991/A.XIII500 LireAg;10.8g;ø29Sch214
VA#KM228;1991/A.XIII10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23Sch215
VA#KM229;1991/A.XIII20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20Sch216
VA#KM230;1991/A.XIII50 LireST;2.8g;ø16Sch217
VA#KM231;1991/A.XIII100 LireST;3.4g;ø18Sch218
VA#KM232;1991/A.XIII200 LireAZ;5g;ø23Sch219
VA#KM233;1991/A.XIII500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch220
VA#KM234;1991/A.XIII1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31Sch221
 
VA#KM235;1992/A.XIV500 LireAg;11g;ø28Sch222
VA#KM236;1992/A.XIV10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23Sch223
VA#KM237;1992/A.XIV20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20Sch224
VA#KM238;1992/A.XIV50 LireST;2.7g;ø16Sch225
VA#KM239;1992/A.XIV100 LireST;3.3g;ø18Sch226
VA#KM240;1992/A.XIV200 LireAZ;5g;ø23Sch227
VA#KM241;1992/A.XIV500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch228
VA#KM242;1992/A.XIV1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31Sch229
 
VA#KM243;1993/A.XV500 LireAg;11g;ø28Sch230
VA#KM244;1993/A.XV10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23Sch231
VA#KM245;1993/A.XV20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20Sch232
VA#KM246;1993/A.XV50 LireST;2.8g;ø16Sch233
VA#KM247;1993/A.XV100 LireCN;4.6g;ø21Sch234
VA#KM248;1993/A.XV200 LireAZ;5g;ø23Sch235
VA#KM249;1993/A.XV500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch236
VA#KM250;1993/A.XV1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31Sch237
 
VA#KM251;1994/A.XVI500 LireAg;11g;ø28Sch238
VA#KM252;1994/A.XVI10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23Sch239
VA#KM253;1994/A.XVI20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20Sch240
VA#KM254;1994/A.XVI50 LireST;2.8g;ø16Sch241
VA#KM255;1994/A.XVI100 LireCN;4.6g;ø21Sch242
VA#KM256;1994/A.XVI200 LireAZ;5.1g;ø23Sch243
VA#KM257;1994/A.XVI500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch244
VA#KM258;1994/A.XVI1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31Sch245
 
VA#KM259;1995/A.XVII500 LireAg;11g;ø28Sch246
VA#KM260;1995/A.XVII10000 LireAg;22.1g;ø33*3Sch247
VA#KM261;1995/A.XVII10000 LireAg;22g;ø33*3Sch248
VA#KM262;1995/A.XVII10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23Sch249
VA#KM263;1995/A.XVII20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20Sch250
VA#KM264;1995/A.XVII50 LireST;2.8g;ø16Sch251
VA#KM265;1995/A.XVII100 LireCN;4.6g;ø21Sch252
VA#KM266;1995/A.XVII200 LireAZ;5g;ø23Sch253
VA#KM267;1995/A.XVII500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch254
VA#KM268;1995/A.XVII1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31Sch255
 
VA#KM269;1996/A.XVIII500 LireAg;11g;ø28Sch256
VA#KM270;1996/A.XVIII10000 LireAg;22g;ø33*3Sch257
VA#KM271;1996/A.XVIII10000 LireAg;22.1g;ø33*3Sch258
VA#KM272;1996/A.XVIII10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23Sch259
VA#KM273;1996/A.XVIII20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20Sch260
VA#KM274;1996/A.XVIII50 LireCN;4.5g;ø18Sch261
VA#KM275;1996/A.XVIII100 LireCN;4.5g;ø21Sch262
VA#KM276;1996/A.XVIII200 LireAZ;5g;ø23Sch263
VA#KM277;1996/A.XVIII500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch264
VA#KM278;1996/A.XVIII1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31Sch265
VA#KM356;1996/A.XVIII50000 LireAu;7.6g;ø22F8RM427,Sch266
VA#KM357;1996/A.XVIII100000 LireAu;15g;ø27F8RM426,Sch267
 
VA#KM279;1997/A.XIX500 LireAg;11g;ø28Sch268
VA#KM280;1997/A.XIX10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23Sch271
VA#KM281;1997/A.XIX20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20Sch272
VA#KM282;1997/A.XIX50 LireCN;4.5g;ø19Sch273
VA#KM283;1997/A.XIX100 LireCN;4.6g;ø21Sch274
VA#KM284;1997/A.XIX200 LireAZ;5g;ø23Sch275
VA#KM285;1997/A.XIX500 LireST(AZ);6.9g;ø25Sch276
VA#KM286;1997/A.XIX1000 LireAZ(ST);8.9g;ø26Sch277
VA#KM287;1997/A.XIX1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31Sch278
VA#KM288;1997/A.XIX50000 LireAu;7.6g;ø22F8RM429,Sch279
VA#KM289;1997/A.XIX100000 LireAu;15g;ø27F8RM428,Sch280
VA#KM318;1997/A.XIX10000 LireAg;22.1g;ø33*3Sch269
VA#KM319;1997/A.XIX10000 LireAg;22g;ø33*3Sch270
 
VA#KM290;1998/A.XX10000 LireAg;22.1g;ø33*3Sch282
VA#KM291;1998/A.XX10000 LireAg;22g;ø33*3Sch283
VA#KM292;1998/A.XX500 LireAg;11g;ø28Sch281
VA#KM293;1998/A.XX10 LireAl;1.6g;ø22Sch284
VA#KM294;1998/A.XX20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20Sch285
VA#KM295;1998/A.XX50 LireCN;4.6g;ø19Sch286
VA#KM296;1998/A.XX100 LireCN;4.6g;ø21Sch287
VA#KM297;1998/A.XX200 LireAZ;5.1g;ø23Sch288
VA#KM298;1998/A.XX500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch289
VA#KM299;1998/A.XX1000 LireAZ(ST);8.9g;ø26Sch290
VA#KM300;1998/A.XX1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31Sch291
VA#KM301;1998/A.XX50000 LireAu;7.5g;ø22F8RM431,Sch292
VA#KM302;1998/A.XX100000 LireAu;15.1g;ø27F8RM430,Sch293
 
VA#KM303;1999/A.XXI10000 LireAg;22.1g;ø33*3Sch295
VA#KM304;1999/A.XXI10000 LireAg;22.1g;ø33*3Sch296
VA#KM305;1999/A.XXI10 LireAl;1.6g;ø23Sch297
VA#KM306;1999/A.XXI20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20Sch298
VA#KM307;1999/A.XXI50 LireCN;4.5g;ø19Sch299
VA#KM308;1999/A.XXI100 LireCN;4.6g;ø21Sch300
VA#KM309;1999/A.XXI200 LireAZ;5g;ø23Sch301
VA#KM310;1999/A.XXI500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch302
VA#KM311;1999/A.XXI1000 LireAZ(ST);8.9g;ø26Sch303
VA#KM312;1999/A.XXI1000 LireAg;14.7g;ø31Sch304
VA#KM320;1999/A.XXI50000 LireAu;7.6g;ø22F8RM433,Sch305
VA#KM321;1999/A.XXI100000 LireAu;15g;ø27F8RM432,Sch306
VA#KM322;1999/A.XXI500 LireAg;11g;ø28Sch294
 
VA#KM313;2000/A.XXII2000 LireAg;16g;ø31*3Sch308
VA#KM314;2000/A.XXII10000 LireAg;22.1g;ø33*3Sch310
VA#KM315;2000/A.XXII10000 LireAg;22.1g;ø33*3Sch311
VA#KM316;2000/A.XXII50000 LireAu;7.5g;ø22F8RM435,Sch320
VA#KM317;2000/A.XXII100000 LireAu;15g;ø27F8RM434,Sch321
VA#KM323;2000/A.XXII10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23Sch312
VA#KM324;2000/A.XXII20 LireAZ;3.6g;ø20Sch313
VA#KM325;2000/A.XXII50 LireCN;4.4g;ø19Sch314
VA#KM326;2000/A.XXII100 LireCN;4.5g;ø21Sch315
VA#KM327;2000/A.XXII200 LireAZ;5g;ø23Sch316
VA#KM328;2000/A.XXII500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch317
VA#KM329;2000/A.XXII1000 LireAZ(ST);8.9g;ø26Sch318
VA#KM330;2000/A.XXII1000 LireAg;14.6g;ø31Sch319
VA#KM353;20002000 LireAg;16g;ø31*3Sch309
 
VA#KM331;2001/A.XXIII10 LireAl;1.7g;ø23Sch324
VA#KM332;2001/A.XXIII20 LireAZ;3.7g;ø20Sch325
VA#KM333;2001/A.XXIII50 LireCN;4.5g;ø19Sch326
VA#KM334;2001/A.XXIII100 LireCN;4.6g;ø21Sch327
VA#KM335;2001/A.XXIII200 LireAZ;5g;ø23Sch338
VA#KM336;2001/A.XXIII500 LireST(AZ);6.8g;ø25Sch329
VA#KM337;2001/A.XXIII1000 LireAZ(ST);8.9g;ø26Sch330
VA#KM338;2001/A.XXIII1000 LireAg;14.7g;ø31Sch331
VA#KM339;2001/A.XXIII2000 LireAg;16g;ø31*3Sch322
VA#KM340;2001/A.XXIII5000 LireAg;18g;ø32*3Sch323
VA#KM390;2001/A.XXIII50000 LireAu;7.5g;ø22F8RM437,Sch332
VA#KM391;2001/A.XXIII100000 LireAu;15g;ø27F8RM436,Sch333
 
VA#KM361;2002(-12-16)/A.XXIV20 EuroAu;6g;ø20F8RM439,Sch344
VA#KM362;2002(-12-16)/A.XXIV50 EuroAu;15g;ø28F8RM438,Sch345
 
VA#KM341;2003/A.XXV1 CentCS;2.3g;ø16Sch334
VA#KM342;2003/A.XXV2 CentCS;3g;ø19Sch335
VA#KM343;2003/A.XXV5 CentCS;3.9g;ø21Sch336
VA#KM344;2003/A.XXV10 CentNG;4.1g;ø20Sch337
VA#KM345;2003/A.XXV20 CentNG;5.7g;ø22Sch338
VA#KM346;2003/A.XXV50 CentNG;7.8g;ø24Sch339
VA#KM347;2003/A.XXV1 EuroBR(CN/Ni7);7.5g;ø23Sch340
VA#KM348;2003/A.XXV2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26Sch341
 
VA#KM351;2003(-10-14)/A.XXV20 EuroAu;6g;ø20F8RM441,Sch348
VA#KM352;2003(-10-14)/A.XXV50 EuroAu;15g;ø28F8RM440,Sch349
 
VA#KM358;2004(-12-15)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM363;2004(-10-28)/A.XXVI20 EuroAu;6g;ø20F8RM443
VA#KM364;2004(-10-28)/A.XXVI50 EuroAu;15g;ø28F8RM442

SEDE VACANTE (2-19.4.2005)
Eduardo Martínez Somalo (*31.3.1927)
 
VA#KM365;20051 CentCS;2.3g;ø16
VA#KM366;20052 CentCS;3g;ø19
VA#KM367;20055 CentCS;3.9g;ø21
VA#KM368;200510 CentNG;4.1g;ø20
VA#KM369;200520 CentNG;5.7g;ø22
VA#KM370;200550 CentNG;7.8g;ø24
VA#KM371;20051 EuroBR(CN/Ni7);7.5g;ø23
VA#KM372;20052 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26

POPE BENEDICT XVI (19.4.2005-28.2.2013)
Joseph Ratzinger (266)
 
Ratzinger was formerly Prefect for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the organization once known as the Inquisition. Joseph Ratzinger
was long known as one of the most powerful forces for conservatism in the Vatican.
 
VA#KM374;2005(-12-06)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM383;2005(-12-06)/A.I5 EuroAg;18.1g;ø32
VA#KM384;2005(-12-06)/A.I10 EuroAg;22g;ø34*3
VA#KM392;2005(-10-27)/A.I20 EuroAu;6g;ø20F8RM445
VA#KM393;2005(-10-27)/A.I50 EuroAu;15g;ø28F8RM444
 
VA#KM375;2006/A.II1 CentCS;2.3g;ø16
VA#KM376;2006/A.II2 CentCS;3g;ø19
VA#KM377;2006/A.II5 CentCS;3.9g;ø21
VA#KM378;2006/A.II10 CentNG;4.1g;ø20
VA#KM379;2006/A.II20 CentNG;5.7g;ø22
VA#KM380;2006/A.II50 CentNG;7.8g;ø24
VA#KM381;2006/A.II1 EuroBR(CN/Ni7);7.5g;ø23
VA#KM382;2006/A.II2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM394;2006(-11-09)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM395;2006(-11-09)/A.II5 EuroAg;17.96g;ø32
VA#KM396;2006(-11-09)/A.II10 EuroAg;22.04g;ø34*3
VA#KM397;2006(-11-09)/A.II20 EuroAu;6g;ø20F8RM447
VA#KM398;2006(-11-09)/A.II50 EuroAu;15g;ø28F8RM446
 
VA#KM399;2007(-10-01)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM400;2007(-10-23)/A.III5 EuroAg;17.97g;ø32*3
VA#KM401;2007(-10-23)/A.III10 EuroAg;22.01g;ø34*3
VA#KM402;2007(-10-23)/A.III20 EuroAu;6g;ø20F8RM449
VA#KM403;2007(-10-23)/A.III50 EuroAu;15g;ø28F8RM448
 
VA#KM375:08;2008/A.IV1 CentCS;2.3g;ø16
VA#KM376:08;2008/A.IV2 CentCS;3g;ø19
VA#KM377:08;2008/A.IV5 CentCS;3.9g;ø21
VA#KM385;2008/A.IV10 CentNG;4.1g;ø20
VA#KM386;2008/A.IV20 CentNG;5.7g;ø22
VA#KM387;2008/A.IV50 CentNG;7.8g;ø24
VA#KM388;2008/A.IV1 EuroBR(CN/Ni7);7.5g;ø23
VA#KM389;2008/A.IV2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM404;20082 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM408;2008(-10-15)/A.IV20 EuroAu;6g;ø20F8RM452
VA#KM409;2008(-10-15)/A.IV50 EuroAu;15g;ø28F8RM451
 
VA#KM410;2009(-11-18)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM416;2009(-11-18)/A.V20 EuroAu;6.00g;ø20F8RM455
VA#KM418;2009(-11-18)/A.V50 EuroAu;14.94g;ø28F8RM454
VA#KM419;2009(-06-15)/A.V100 EuroAu;29.90g;ø35F8RM453; Banishment from Eden
 
VA#KM420;2010(-10-12)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM423;2010(-10-12)/A.VI20 EuroAu;6.02g;ø20
VA#KM424;2010(-10-12)/A.VI50 EuroAu;14.97g;ø28
VA#KM425;2010(-06-15)/A.VI100 EuroAu;30.01g;ø35
 
VA#KM426;2011(-10-18)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26
VA#KM430;2011(-06-07)/A.V100 EuroAu;30.02g;ø35
VA#KM435;2012(-10-16)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26

SEDE VACANTE (28.2.-13.3.2013)
Tarcisio Bertone (*2.12.1934)
 
VA#KM447;20132 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26

POPE FRANCIS (13.3.2013-)
Jorge Mario Bergoglio (267)
 
VA#KM446;2013(-10-15)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26
VA#KM455;20141 CentCS;?g;ø16
VA#KM456;20142 CentCS;?g;ø19
VA#KM457;20145 CentCS;?g;ø21
VA#KM458;201410 CentNG;?g;ø20
VA#KM459;201420 CentNG;?g;ø22
VA#KM460;201450 CentNG;?g;ø24
VA#KM461;20141 EuroBR(CN/Ni7);?g;ø23
VA#KM462;20142 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26
VA#KM463;20142 Euro(-10-14)CN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26
 
VA#Z1521;2015(-10-06)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø268th World Meeting of Families
VA#Z1621;2016(-06-02)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26200 years Vatican Guard
VA#Z1622;2016(-10-01)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26Jubilee of Mercy
 
VA#Z1701;20171 CentCS;2.3g;ø16arms only
VA#Z1702;20172 CentCS;3.0g;ø19arms only
VA#Z1705;20175 CentCS;3.9g;ø21arms only
VA#Z1707;201710 CentNG;4.1g;ø20arms only
VA#Z1708;201720 CentNG;5.7g;ø22arms only
VA#Z1709;201750 CentNG;7.8g;ø24arms only
VA#Z1710;20171 EuroBR(CN/Ni7);7.5g;ø23arms only
VA#Z1720;20172 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);8.5g;ø26arms only
 
VA#Z1721;2017(-06-01)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26St. Peter & Paul
VA#Z1722;2017(-10-05)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26Centenary Fatima apparitions
VA#Z1821;2018(-06-01)2 EuroCN(BR/Ni12);?g;ø26The Laocoön group

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