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A Papal silver coin, which under the name of Grosso Largo was introduced in the thirteenth century, and received its more common designation from Pope Julius II (1503-1513). In a tract entitled A Mittimus to the Jubilee at Rome, 1625; it is said to be worth eight Soldi.

It was copied at Guastalla under Cesare Gonzaga (1570-1575); at Avignon under Gregory XIII and his successors; at Camerino, Mantua, etc.

See Also: Giulio
Source: Frey's Dictionary (American Journal of Numismatics, Vol. 50, 1916)
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