Late Medieval or Early Modern coin with a short square cross

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    The Eidolon Well-Known Member

    I have another unknown from my lot of mostly Italian States coppers 1600s-1700s
    which I'm trying to place. One side has a short armed square cross on the reverse
    with end pieces about three times the width of the cross arms. I've looked through
    the Italian states coins and this sestino from Naples is the closest I could find, but
    the obverse doesn't look similar at all. Any advice as to what other places issued
    coins with a similar cross type? Thanks!

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    +VGO.DVCKS Well-Known Member

    ...Sorry, the convergence of Italy and the 17th-18th century already puts me in water Way over my head. There are people here who can help, though. ...Not to tug anyone's sleeve....
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