The Italian Coins and Stamps ClipArt gallery offers 17 illustrations of coins, medals, stamps, and similar documents from Italy and the Holy See.
"An italian gold coin, weighing from 30 to 40 grains, issued in the thirteenth century by emperor Frederick…
An illustration of a coin from the Italian Confederacy.
The obverse side of a ducatoon, a silver coin, struck by Antonio Priuli, Doge of Venice A.D. 1618-1623.
The reverse side of a ducatoon, a silver coin, struck by Antonio Priuli, Doge of Venice A.D. 1618-1623.
"The English name of a gold coin weighing about 55 grains, first issued at Florence in 1252, and having…
Italy Newspaper Stamp (2 centesimi) from 1863-1865
Modena Newspaper Stamp (10 cents) from 1859
"Coin of Populonia. Brit. Mus." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893
Maiolica designates Italian tin-glazed pottery dating from the Renaissance. The name is thought to come…
Tuscany Provisional Government Stamp (1 centes) from 1860
This scudo is an Italian coin with Pope Gregory XVI on the obverse side.
Italy Stamp (15 centesimi) from 1863
Parma Stamp (15 centesimi) from 1857-1859
Roman States Stamp (1 scudo) from 1852
Roman States Stamp (4 bajocchi) from 1852
Two Sicilies Stamp (20 grana) from 1857
Two Sicilies Stamp (2 grana) from 1861