Neufchateau coins catalog with values

Signoria of Neufchateau

The town of Neuchateau is located in northwestern France, in Lorraine. In Roman times the city was called Noviomagus (or Noviomagus, Neomagus). In 1094, when the Duke of Lorraine Thierry II (1070-1115) built a castle here, the city appears under the name Novum Castrum. A 12th century poem describes it as large, rich and well fortified. In 1231 Neuchateau became the first settlement in Lorraine to receive city rights. In 1436 and 1476 the city was occupied by Burgundian troops. After the fall of the Duchy of Burgundy, Lorraine came under French control. Richelieu, just in case, ordered the destruction of the city walls. In 1766, the city, along with all of Lorraine, officially became part of France.

 

 

denier

Theobald II of Lorraine (1283-1303)

coin Neufchateau denier 1283-1303
denier no date

silver
NOVOCARTI
Value - 80-100 USD

 

 

 

 

Other coins of French Feudalist

Angouleme

Aquitaine

Albi

Anjou

Arches and Charleville

Auxonne

Bearn

Besancon

Boisbelle and Henrichemont

Bourbonnais

Burgundy

Cambrai

Champagne

Chartres

Chateau-Regnault

Clermont

Comtat Venaissin (Avignon)

Dauphine

Dombes

Franche-Comte

Gien

Kahors

Lorraine

Lyon

Maine

Meaux

Melgueil

Metz

Navarra

Orange

Penthievre

Poitou

Provence

Sedan

Strasbourg

Toulouse

Tours

Valence

Vienne

 

 

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