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Low Countries Data Collection (1350-present) (International Institute of Social History)
Low Countries Data Collection (1350-present)
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Dec 21, 2017 - Coin Production in the Low Countries
Stapel, Rombert, 2016, "Coin Production in the Low Countries 1434-1830 (Vanhoudt)", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/4UL1MF, IISH Data Collection, V4
Coin production in the Low Countries, primarily by the central governments (Burgundy, Habsburg, Valois, Kingdom of the Netherlands). Only records that supplement the Munro/Cauwenberghe dataset. Source: H. Vanhoudt, De Munten van de Bourgondische, Spaanse en Oostenrijkse Nederland...
Dec 21, 2017 - Coin Production in the Low Countries
Stapel, Rombert, 2016, "Coin Production in the Low Countries 14th-19th c. (Combined)", https://hdl.handle.net/10622/D5WXZZ, IISH Data Collection, V11
Combined dataset for the Munro/Cauwenberghe, Polak, Vanhoudt, Scheffers, Cuhaj, and De Voogt datasets, as of 21 December 2017. Some desiderata: - Counts of Bergh (Tangelder 1955, Muntheer en muntmeester) - City of Deventer and – where available – Nijmegen (Gropp 2004, Stedelijke...
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