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Netherlands (Liege) Liard, 2 Liards, 4 Liards  1750 to 1752
Netherlands (Liege) Liard, 2 Liards, 4 Liards 1750 to 1752

These coins are minted for the city of Liege (now Belgium) by its ruler at the time, cardinal and prince-bishop John Theodore of Bavaria. The catalog values run like this:

1 LIARD - weight: 3.1 grams, diameter: 23 mm

worn: $2.5 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: $10
well preserved: $25
fully uncirculated: $50

2 LIARD - weight: 6.3 grams, diameter: 27 mm

worn: $10 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: $30
well preserved: $100
fully uncirculated: $200

4 LIARD - weight: 14.5 grams, diameter: 30 mm

worn: $15 US dollar approximate catalog value
average circulated: $50
well preserved: $100
fully uncirculated: $200

Be sure to read our Important Terminology page for an explanation of catalog values.

Coin: 18959 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: Mikkel N., Mon, 23-Mar-2015 14:42:22 GMT
Answered by: Andrei, Mon, 23-Mar-2015 18:50:35 GMT
Requester description: 1752 shield with 2 lions in. on the other side a circle with 4 squares around it. 4 lines in the top one, 1 line in the left one, 3 lions in the right, and 3 u's in the bottom.
Tags: netherlands liege liard 2 liards 4 dutch nederland holland nederlandsche netherland nederlandsch hollandia nederlandse nederlanden hollandiae nederl neatherland nederlands holl shield lions lion circle squares square lines line one 1 3 arms sheild coats shiled crests chevrons shild escucheon insignia arm coat crested crest chevron creast shields escutcheon tiger cougar tigers circled encircle circlet ring circles loops circal encircled circuit ringed circumscibed incircled circel circumference encircles encircling rings circling loop circular circumscribed squarish boxed squared boxes box lined lining bar bars ones

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