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Antioch, King Bohemond III (1149-1163) Silver Denier NGC MS63 Story Vault

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Why add this Mint State Silver Antioch Denier of Prince Bohemond III to your collection?

The Crusader states, also known as Outremer, were a group of feudal Christian states that emerged as a result of the First Crusade (1095-1099). The Principality of Antioch was one of the first to be established in 1098, lasting until 1268; its ruler held the title of Prince. Bohemond III was Prince of Antioch from 1163-1201. This denier of Bohemond was minted 1149-1163, during the years that his mother Constance ruled as regent. The beautifully struck coin measures about 17 mm in diameter.

Gorgeous Imagery Representing the Crusaders

The coin's reverse portrays a cross pattee, the emblem worn by the Knights in the Crusading armies, which eventually came to represent the Crusades. The image is surrounded by the inscription "ANTIOCHIA."

The obverse is adorned with the encircled right-facing, bare-headed image of Bohemond III, framed by an inscription representing the ruler's name "BOAMVNDVS."

Beautiful NGC Mint State 63

This remarkable Antioch Silver Denier, struck 1149-1163 for Prince Bohemond III has been graded Mint State 63 (MS63) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Encased in a protective NGC holder, the uncirculated Mint State coin is of average quality, exhibiting several varied marks or hairlines, with overall attractive eye appeal. The authenticated coin is presented in a Story Vault display case, which includes detailed information about the era of the Crusades when the coin was struck.

Don't wait, add this extraordinary Antioch Denier depicting Prince Bohemond III to your collection today!


Year of Issue:1149-1163
Grading Service:NGC
Grade:MS63
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