1062816 | BELGIUM. Flanders. Philip II "the Bold" of Burgundy.
(King, 1363-1404). (1384-1404) ND AV Imitation Noble. NGC AU58.
Gand (Ghent), Mechelen (Mechlin), or Brugge (Bruges) mint. 7.68gm. King wearing crown, standing on ship and facing forward holding sword and shield with Burgundian coat of arms /
Floriated cross within octolobe; "P" at center with a crowned lion in each angle. Fr.-169; Delmonte 474.
Imitation of Edward III Noble. Flanders was the chief market for wool, England's largest export commodity. English authorities required that Flemish merchants pay for wool in English coin; numerous official and unofficial imitations of the gold Noble was the result.
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