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1250-1310 Greece, Billon Denier - Coin of the Crusades NGC AU55 Story Vault

1250-1310 Greece, Billon Denier - Coin of the Crusades NGC AU55 Story Vault
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Why add this Greek Billon Denier of the Crusades to your Medieval coin collection?

The Crusades were a series of intermittent military campaigns in the years 1096 through 1487, fought between the Christians of Western Europe and the Muslims, over dominance of the Holy Land and its important religious sites. Coinage struck to fund the Christian effort was produced by multiple Mints, usually having the common image of a cross on the obverse. This Denier was struck from Billon in Greece, 1250-1310, with a diameter measurement of 18-22 mm.

Symbolic Medieval Imagery

A cross pattee is depicted on the obverse at the center of a circle, similar to the emblem worn on the Crusaders uniforms. Surrounding the image is an inscription of the issuer's name and title.

Overlapping a circular frame, the reverse features a stylized rendition of a castle with three towers, encircled by an inscription indicating the region the coin represents.

Graded About Uncirculated 55 by NGC

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) graded this Greek Billon Denier circulated by Crusaders, struck 1250-1310, to be About Uncirculated (AU) 55. Expect a coin of this grade to have good overall eye appeal, with full, sharp details and at least 75% of the original Mint luster remaining. The distinctive coin is presented in Story Vault packaging: the certified coin is sealed in a labeled holder accompanied by a short narrative with details about the Crusader's expeditions.

This superbly graded Billon Denier belongs in your Medieval coin collection! Purchase the coin struck in 1250-1310 Greece from MCM today!

Grading Service:NGC
Packaging:Story Vault
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