Coins

It is very important to draw attention to the large collection of coins owned by the Institution, the oldest being of Greek and Roman origin, followed by those minted in Muslim Spain and in the Christian kingdoms during the Re-conquest.

Also important is the group of legal coins from the periods of the Austrian and Bourbon rulers, not only from the Peninsular but also from the West Indies.

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  Name Description Datación
Moneda_2A-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Domicia.

178 a.C.
Moneda_2B-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Domicia.

178 a.C.
Moneda_2C-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Atilia.

174 a. C.
Moneda_2D-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Junia.

174 a. C.
Moneda_2E-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Minucia.

149 a.C.
Moneda_2F-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Minucia.

149 a.C.
Moneda_2G-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Minucia.

149 a.C.
Moneda_2H-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Bebia.

144 a.C.
Moneda_2I-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Trebania.

139 a.C.
Moneda_2J-ANV
Moneda romana

Denario de la Familia Opimia.

139 a.C.

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