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1250-1310 Greece, Billon Denier - Coin of the Crusades NGC AU53 Story Vault

1250-1310 Greece, Billon Denier - Coin of the Crusades NGC AU53 Story Vault
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Why add this Billon Denier Coin of the Crusades minted in Greece 1250-1310 to your collection?

The Crusades were a series of religious wars launched by the Church of Rome and Western Europe against the Muslims of the Eastern Mediterranean for control of the Holy Land from 1096 to 1487. Crusaders carried coinage struck from their own principality, consisting of a range of feudal pennies, the denier, denaro and pfennig. Struck in Greece, 1250-1310, this Denier weights about 0.8 grams and had a diameter measurement of 18-22 mm.

Classic Crusader Design

Coins of the Crusades were most commonly struck with the image of a cross pattee framed in a circle, with a legend naming the ruling Duke and title.

Reverse designs vary; Greek coins struck during the years 1250-1310 generally featured a castle tournois, a structure with three towers. Inscription indicates the region the coin was minted for.

NGC About Uncirculated 53

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has graded this beautiful example of a Billon Denier Coin of the Crusades struck in Greece 1250-1310 an About Uncirculated 53. The coin will exhibit full detailing with slight wear evident on more than 50% of the design elements. The Billon Denier is protected by an NGC holder with an official certification label and presented in a Story Vault display case along with a story card outlining a brief summary of the Crusades.

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Grading Service:NGC
Packaging:Story Vault
CATEGORIES: Medieval Coins, More