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Italia, Stato Pontificio. Pio VII. 1800-1823.

AV Doppia (5.45 g, 12h). zecca di Roma. Datato RY 18 (1817).
STemma dei Chiaramonti con sopra le chiavi decussate e la tiara
San Pietro in trono tra nuvole di fronte che tiene le chiavi; stemma Zambelli sotto.

Italy, Papal States. Pius VII. 1800-1823.

AV Doppia (5.45 g, 12h). Rome mint. Dated RY 18 (1817).
Chiaramonti coat-of-arms topped by papal keys and tiara
St. Peter enthroned facing in clouds, holding keys; Zambelli coat-of-arms below.
CNI XVII 79; Muntoni IV p. 77, 3; Berman 3218; KM 121.1.
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