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Antioch, King Bohemond III (1149-1163) Silver Denier NGC MS60 Story Vault

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Why add this Antioch Silver Denier featuring Prince Bohemond III to your collection?

Bohemond III was ruler of the Crusader state of the Principality of Antioch as its Prince from 1163-1201. At the time of his father's death in 1149, Bohemond was only one year old. Bohemond's mother Constance ruled as regent during his years of minority, when this denier was minted. The coin features traditional imagery of a cross, representing the Crusaders, with a child-like portrait of Bohemond.

Incredible Depiction of Bohemond III

The right facing profile portrait of young Bohemond III is featured on the obverse, within a circular frame containing the inscription "BOAMVNDVS," which represents the name Bohemond.

The reverse features a circular beaded frame around a cross pattee at the center, the emblem of the Crusades and the insignia worn upon the uniforms of the Crusading Knights. The image is surrounded by "ANTIOCHIA," the name of the issuing state.

Graded Mint State 60 by NGC

This 1149-1163 Antioch Prince Bohemond III Silver Denier is graded Mint State 60 by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). The uncirculated coin will exhibit an average strike, several large marks or hairlines, with light scuff marks throughout the field and design areas. The original Mint luster of the coin will be dulled, but the coin will show no trace of circulation wear. The coin is dramatically presented in a Story Vault, encapsulated in an NGC holder beside a narrative of the Crusades.

Add this Mint State Antioch Silver Denier featuring Prince Bohemond III to your collection today!


Year of Issue:1143-1163
Grading Service:NGC
Grade:MS60
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