1346-84 Belgium Lion'O Louis II De Male PCGS MS63

$8,778.00 USD


Louis II de Male was an influential figure in the County of Flanders, a region of significant economic and strategic importance during the Middle Ages. His reign was marked by both internal strife and external conflicts, including tensions with the Kingdom of France and the burgeoning power of the Burgundian State.

The obverse of the Lion d'Or features a representation of the Count. For Louis II De Male's coins, include an image of himself depicted in armor or regal attire, symbolizing his authority and the state's stability.

The reverse side depicts a cross with additional elements such as crowns or fleurs-de-lis at the ends of the arms, another common motif in medieval coinage symbolizing Christianity and authority.