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Ecu a la Croix de Bourgogne

A silver crown issued by Philip II of Spain, pursuant to an ordinance of June 4, 1567, for Brabant and the provinces of the Low Countries. it receives its name from the obverse design, the cross of Burgundy, which separates the figures of the date. It is also known as the Kruisdaalder. See Chijs, van der, Les monnaies des Pays-Bas. 1851-66.

See Also: Kruisdaalder
Source: Frey's Dictionary (American Journal of Numismatics, Vol. 50, 1916)
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