The tornesel, tornesol, or tornese was a silver coin of Europe in the late Middle Ages and the early modern era. It took its name from the denier tournois, the denier of Tours. Marco Polo referred to the tornesel in recounts of his travels to East Asia when describing the currencies of the Yuan Empire.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The ducat was the main currency of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies between 1816 and 1860.
- ½, 1, 1½, 2, 3, 5, 10 tornesels, G.5, G.10, G.20, G.60, G.120
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The tornesel, tornesol, or tornese was a silver coin of Europe in the late Middle Ages and the early modern era.  14 relations: Bezant , Early modern period , French denier , Groat (coin) , Henri Cordier , Henry Yule , Marco Polo , Middle Ages , Neapolitan piastra , Sicilian piastra , Silver , Tours , Two Sicilies ducat , Yuan dynasty .
Tornesel — The tornesel, tornesol, or tornese was a silver coin of Europe in the late Middle Ages and the early modern era. It took its name from the denier Tournois, the denier of Tours. It took its name from the denier Tournois, the denier of Tours.
Tūro grašis (pranc. Gros tournois) arba torneselis, tornezė – prancūziška sidabrinė moneta, naudota XIII–XIV a.. Raida. Itališkas grašis (it. grosso) Prancūziją pasiekė XIII a., ir tapo svarbia moneta, kadangi smulkūs sidabriniai pamažu nuvertėjantys denjė nebegalėjo patenkinti augančios ekonomikos poreikių.
"Medalist/medallist" is also used in sports and other areas for the winner of a medal, see Lists of awards, List of sport awards, Lists of Olympic medalists.. A medalist (or medallist) is an artist who designs medals, plaquettes, badges, coins and similar small works in relief in metal.
A silver groat from the reign of Edward I of England (1272–1307) : The groat is the traditional name of a defunct English and Irish silver coin worth four pence, and also a Scottish coin which was originally worth fourpence, with later issues being valued at eightpence and one shilling
Tornesel 1928-1968: 11 Skogskärr: 15 Potila 1929-1973: 18 Risudden: 23 Bäckesta: 25 Hietaniemi 1928-1984: 26 Hietaniemi 1937-1984: 28 Hedenäset: 33 Luppio ...