Why choose this 14th-18th Century Venice Zecchino in a display box?
The Zecchinos issued by Venice during its years as a city-state are quite well-known. The Italian zecchino offered here was struck by Venice sometime between the 14th and 18th centuries. These coins are known for their classic depiction of Jesus Christ. They are an excellent reflection of society in Italy during this period. The gold zecchinos issued by Venice typically measure 22 mm across.
Classic Jesus design
There are 2 figures that can be seen on the obverse, one is standing while the other kneels. The man who is standing is passing a staff to the man before him.
Jesus is depicted on the reverse. He occupies the central portion of the design and is surrounded by a number of small stars.
In capsule and display box
This classic Italian coin is protected by a capsule. It also comes with a display box. This makes it a great addition to any collection. Not only do you receive one of the most iconic coins in history, but also an appropriate box to display it.
Order while you have the opportunity, this 14th-18th century Italy Venice gold Zecchino in a capsule and display box could be yours!
This (14th-18th Centuries) Italy, Venice Gold 1 Zecchino Display Box is proudly minted by the Italian Mint. The Italian Mint, located in Rome, was founded in 1928. It produces coins, passports, and stamps for Italy, the Vatican, San Marino, and Malta.
|Year of Issue:||(14th-18th Centuries)|
|Weight in Grams:||3.4905 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.1122 oz|
|Obverse Design:||St. Mark presenting staff to doge|
|Reverse Design:||Figure of Jesus Christ|