120 Grana of Charles III, King of Spain from Board of Revenue Artist: Unknown
Mint: Board of Revenue
Ruler: Charles III, King of Spain, Spanish, 1716–1788, ruled 1759–88

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25.12 g, 6:00, 39.8 mm

Credit Line

Transfer from the Yale University Library, Numismatic Collection, 2001, Gift of Dr. John G. Adams, B.A. 1874

Accession Number



18th century


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Obverse Description

Obverse Description: DE SOCIO PRINCEPS. Sebeth lying on the shore of the sea, behind Vesuvius. In exerge, D. 1749 G.

Reverse Description

Reverse Description: HISP: INFANS: & C. CAR D. G. REX NEA: Crown over the coat of arms of the Two Sicilies. CMC MM R. In exerge, G. 120.


Dr. John G. Adams, to about 1900; Yale University Library, New Haven, Conn., from about 1900 to 2001; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn.
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Object/Work type

Two Siciles ducat, coins, money

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