In turn, Peter abandoned his claims to Urgel and received Majorca, Ibiza and some Balearic fiefs and the castle of Alvarez (Alaro), while Ponc was recognized by the Crown of Aragon as Count of Urgel and received as fiefs the cities of Linola, Agramunt and Menarguenz, the castles of Ager and Calasanz and a couple other fortifications in Catalonia. Starting with 1236 or perhaps 1237, Ponc began minting denarii in his own name at Agramunt, as hereditary Count of Urgel, becoming the first exponent of the Cabrera clan to be recognized as Count of Urgel. His coinage is rather scarce and is seldom found in good condition, not to mention in almost uncirculated condition. Specs are: AR18mm, 0.7g, dinero vellon, minted at Agramunt, cca. 1236-1243. + PONCI ` ' COMES; bishop staff, flanked by reclining crosses and pellets. + VRGELLENSIS; Cross with pellets in each quarter. Balaguer 131.3; Crusafont VS-126. Ponc died in 1243 but the Cabrera clan ruled Urgel until 1314.