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De derde rekenpenning van bisschop David van Bourgondië

D. TH. ENKLAAR
Oud Holland
Vol. 42 (1925), pp. 175-177, 190
Published by: Brill
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42718937
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Abstract

The writer demonstrates, that the mysterious D on the shield between the feet of King David on the fore-side of this coin does not stand for Deventer, as van Mieris and Muller thought, but for Duurstede. It is very likely to have been struck between the years 1475—1477. Bishop David's counters show two types, the oldest dating before 1474, the mint then being estabished at Renen, and a newer type, to which the above-mentioned counter belongs, originating from the mint at Wijk bij Duurstede.

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