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Raimondine

The name given to the Denar struck by the Counts of Toulouse, whose principal mint was at Albi, in the Department of Tarn. The Counts of Toulouse from 1088 to 1249 all bore the name of Raimond, and this name occurs on all the coins. See Blan- chet , Nouveau manuel de numismatique. 1890 (i. 339).


Synonyms: Raymondine
Source: Frey's Dictionary (American Journal of Numismatics, Vol. 50, 1916)
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