Historical Context: These coins were minted in Burgundy, France, during the reign of Hugh V, 1305-1315 AD. He was the son of Robert II, Duke of Burgundy and Agnes Capet (daughter of Louis IX of France). He became the Duke of Burgundy in 1305 AD. His parents had 9 children and Hugues was the second son (his older brother died 1283). Hughes was born 1282 in Of and died 9 May 1315 in Argilly. He married Catherine de Valois (born 1275) on March 24, 1302. This coin is a BILLON (silver and bronze alloy) Denier. It measures about 18 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny but about 1/3 as thick). Obv: Quarter anchor cross, Legend,Rev: Cross, Legend,Diameter: 18 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny but 1/3 as thick),Condition: Good to about Fine,The purchase price is for one of these coins selected randomly.