1791 Gold 30 Paoli Doppia D'ORO NGC MS 66

$5,198.00 USD

The coin was minted during the Papal States period under the rule of Pope Pius VI. The Papal States were territories in the Italian Peninsula under the sovereign direct rule of the Pope, from the 8th century until 1870. The coinage from this era reflects the Papal States' sovereignty and the religious significance of the papacy.

The obverse legend reads "FLOR ET • IN • DOMO • DOMINI," which translates to "Flower and in the house of the Lord". The coin features flower sprigs above the date.

The reverse legend is "APOSTOLOR PRINCEPS," indicating the coin's denomination and the papal authority. showcases the value without the ".P." and "30" in exergue.