Gubbio (1730-40) quattrino

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from the Tom Fitzgerald Collection
"EP EVGVB S. VBALDVS" reverse, Ber-2707
from the Tom Fitzgerald Collection
"S. PAVLVS APOSTOLVS" reverse, Ber-2701
from the Tom Fitzgerald Collection
"S. VBALDVS EPS EVGVBII" reverse, Ber-2708
from the Tom Fitzgerald Collection
"AP S. PETRVS" reverse, Ber-2702
from the Tom Fitzgerald Collection
"SAN VBALDVS EPISCOPVS" reverse, Ber-2705
from the Tom Fitzgerald Collection
"SANCTVS PETRVS APOS." reverse, Ber-2704
from the Tom Fitzgerald Collection
"S. VBALDVS EP EVGVBII" reverse, Ber-2706

These seven quattrini were minted in Gubbio 1730-38. Each is a distinctly different type yet the SCWC does not list any quattrini from the first part of Clement XII's reign. "S. VBALDVS" (in English, spelled St. Ubaldus) was the patron saint of the town of Gubbio and appears on many of her coins. Five quattrini made a baiocco, one hundred baiocchi made a scudo.

Recorded mintage: unknown.

Specification: 2.1 g, copper.

Catalog reference: KM unlisted, Ber-2701, Ber-2702, Ber-2704, Ber-2705, Ber-2706, Ber-2707, Ber-2708.

Source:

  • Michael, Thomas, Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1701-1800, 7th ed., Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 2016.

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