120 Grana    (sold for $103.0)

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1798, Naples & Sicily, Ferdinand IV. Large Silver Piastra (120 Grana) Coin. XF!

Mint Year: 1798 Mint Place: Naples   Denomination: 120 Grana (Piastra)   Reference: Davenport 1409, KM-C#66b.  Condition: Light weight-djusting marks andminor deposits, otherwise XF! Weight: 27.38gm Diameter: 40mm Material: Silver

Obverse: Bust of Ferdinand IV as King of the two Sicilies right. Legend: FERDINAN . IV. D.G. REX . SICILIAR . ET HIER . REX . / P. Reverse: Crowned Shield of the Two Sicilies, flanked by mint officials' initials (M./A.P.). Denomination (120 Grana) below. Legend: HISPANIAR (G.120) INFANS 1796

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Ferdinand I (Ferdinando Antonio Pasquale Giovanni Nepomuceno Serafino Gennaro Benedetto, January 12, 1751 – January 4, 1825) was King variously of Naples, Sicily, and the Two Sicilies from 1759 until his death. He was the third son of King Charles VII of Naples, later Charles III of Spain, King of Sicily by his wife Maria Amalia of Saxony. On August 10, 1759, Charles succeeded his brother as King Charles III of Spain. Treaty provisions made Charles unable to hold the titles of all three Kingdoms. On October 6, 1759 he therefore abdicated in favour of his son Ferdinand (Charles's eldest son, Philip, was mentally retarded and the second son, Charles, was destined to inherit the Spanish throne).

Ferdinand was styled both Ferdinand III of Sicily (October 6, 1759 - December 8, 1816) and Ferdinand IV of Naples (October 6, 1759 - January 23, 1799; June 13, 1799 - March 30, 1806; May 3, 1815 - December 8, 1816).

On January 23, 1799, the Kingdom of Naples was declared to be abolished and replaced by the Parthenopaean Republic which only lasted until June 13, 1799. Ferdinand was restored to the throne for a while. On December 26, 1805, Napoleon I of France declared Ferdinand deposed again and replaced him with his own brother Joseph Bonaparte on March 30, 1806. Ferdinand was restored for a third time by right of the Austrian victory at the Battle of Tolentino (May 3, 1815) over rival monarch King Joachim I. On December 8, 1816 he merged the thrones of Sicily and Naples to the throne of the Two Sicilies. He continued to rule until his death on January 4, 1825. However, his reign up until 1812 was mainly dominated by his wife.

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Posted by: anonymous
2018-05-31
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 Denomination: 120 Grana
 Metal: Silver
 State: Italy
Italian city-states
 Catalog reference:
  Dav-1409
  KM-66
 
Description:   English
Coin variations: 20 instance(s)
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