1067110 | BELGIUM. Flanders. Philip II "the Bold" of Burgundy.
(King, 1363-1404). (1384-1404) ND AV Ange d'Or. NGC MS64✭.
Bruges. 5.08gm. + PHILIPPVS: DEI: GRA: DVX: BVRG: Ƶ: COM'. FLAND'. Standing figure of the Archangel Michael between shields of Burgundy and Flanders /
+ BENEDICTVS + QVI + VENIT + IN +NOMINE + DOMINI. Floriated cross with a lion in each angle; all within quatrefoil and eight small clover leaves in each angle. Fr.-167; Delm.-472.
Superb and exceptional; exceedingly rare in this quality and one of the finest surviving examples of this elegant type. Given the star designation by NGC for exceptional eye appeal.
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Philip had earned the title "le Hardi" or "the Bold" because he had participated at the battle of Poitiers in 1356, during which his grandfather, King John II, was taken prisoner by the English.