Pertinax was proclaimed Roman Emperor after the assassination of his predecessor, Commodus. However, the Praetorian Guard killed him 86 days later.
The tiny Saxe-Meiningen duchy minted a few 20-mark gold coins between 1872 and 1914. The mintage was only a few thousand coins each year.
Only two specimens of a florin of Pedro IV are known displaying a rock as an issue mark (Perpignac mint) and this is the only one in private hands.
These 100 francs coins include the famous Vreneli design. Only 5.000 were minted and 1.200 were later on destroyed by the National Bank of Switzerland.
The masse d’or was issued between 1296 and 1310. Its design influenced other gold coinage in France and other countries like Castilla.
Sigismund III introduced commemorative coins in Poland. These were minted in very low quantities and were given to people of special distinction.