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Bologna coins catalog with values

 

In 744, the city of Bologna, together with the Ravenna Exarchate, to which it was subordinate, was transferred to the Pope by Charlemagne.

In 898, the Western Emperor Berengar I annexed Bologna to the Kingdom of Italy. In 961, the Kingdom of Italy was conquered by King Otto I of Germany, who in 962 declared himself Holy Roman Emperor.
The University of Bologna was founded in 1088.
In 1183, Bologna received the right to mint coins.
In 1447, an agreement was signed on the division of powers between the Holy See and city government. At the end of the century, Bologna was formally under the authority of the pope, but in fact it was ruled by the Signoria.
In 1506, an agreement was concluded between Pope Julius II and King Louis XII of France, as a result of which power in Bologna returned to the papal throne.

On June 19, 1796, Napoleon proclaimed the fall of papal rule and the formation of the Republic of Bologna. A few months later, Bologna became part of the Cispadane Republic, with its capital in Reggio, and in 1797, the Cisalpine Republic, with its capital in Milan. In 1802, Bologna became the center of the department of Reno in Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy. In 1814, Bologna was captured by the Austrians.
In 1815, after the partition of Italy, Bologna was again transferred to the Papal State.

In February 1830, an uprising broke out in Bologna, as a result of which the papal legate was forced to transfer power to the government of the United Italian Provinces, but on March 26 the Austrian army entered the city and restored papal rule.

In 1859, Bologna became part of the Sardinian kingdom, and in 1861 - of the united Italy.

 

Republic of Bologna (before 1512)

Soldo=12 bolognini

coin Bologna bolognino no date (1191-1337)
bolognino grosso no date (1191-1337)

silver
BO NO NI / A
ENRICIIS / IPRT
Value - 50-70 USD

 

 

Bologna in Papal State (1512-1859)

Bianca=12 bolognini; Bolognino=6 quatrini

Pope Clemens XI (1700-1721)

coin Bologna 1/2 bolognino 1714
1/2 bolognino 1714

copper
BONONIA DOCET
MEZO BOLOGNINO
Value - 40-50 USD

 

 

 

Coins of other Italian States

Ancona

Aquileia

Lombardy-Venetia

Lucca

Macerata

Mantua

Milan

Modena and Reggio

Naples

Napoleonic Kingdom

Parma and Piacenza

Ravenna

Sicily

Sardinia

Savona

Savoy

Tassorolo

Tuscany

Two Sicilies

Urbino

Venice

 

 

Coins of Bologna in the catalog are presented divided by historical periods, indicating the main characteristics and differences by type.
Inside the sections, the coins are sorted by denomination - from large to small.
The cost of the coin is approximate and is indicated specifically for the coin shown in the picture. You can use this price to evaluate similar coins (of the same type), but remember that the value is affected by many factors, such as the state of preservation and the date of minting. The cost of coins of the same type can vary greatly depending on the number of surviving copies.
Coins of Bologna presented on this page are not sold or bought - this is only a catalog.