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Coin Production in the Low Countries

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Stapel, drs. R.J. (International Institute of Social History - IISH); Zuijderduijn, dr. C.J. (Lund University); Lucassen, prof.dr. J.M.W.G. (International Institute of Social History - IISH) (): Coin Production in the Low Countries. DANS. https://doi.org/10.17026/dans-xev-46h7

2016-11-30 Stapel, drs. R.J. (International Institute of Social History - IISH); Zuijderduijn, dr. C.J. (Lund University); Lucassen, prof.dr. J.M.W.G. (International Institute of Social History - IISH) 10.17026/dans-xev-46h7

This research project brings together datasets on coin production in the Southern and Northern Low Countries (present-day Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg) that were compiled by various historians over the past few decades. They are based on the accounts of the annual production that were made up by personnel of the minting houses in the Low Countries since the Middle Ages. Such data provide insight in the quantity of coins in circulation, their quality, and the denominations coined in mint houses.

The project has been made possible thanks to a generous grant from KDP, the Small Data Project Section of DANS (Data Archiving and Networking Services).

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  • Coin Production in the Low Countries (IISH Dataverse)
  • Coin Production in the Low Countries (Web Application)
  • IsReferencedBy: Menno Polak, Historiografie en economie van de 'muntchaos'. De muntproductie van de Republiek (1606-1795) (Amsterdam 1998) ISBN 9789057420139
  • IsReferencedBy: Hugo Vanhoudt, Atlas der Munten van BelgiĆ« van de Kelten tot heden (2nd ed., Heverlee 2007) ISBN 9789090096865
  • IsReferencedBy: Hugo Vanhoudt, De munten van de Bourgondische, Spaanse en Oostenrijkse Nederlanden, en van de Franse en Hollandse periode (1434-1830) (Heverlee 2015) ISBN 9789090287843