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Antioch, King Bohemond III (1149-1163) Silver Denier NGC MS64 Story Vault

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Antioch, King Bohemond III (1149-1163) Silver Denier NGC MS64 Story Vault

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Why add this impressively graded Denier of the Principality of Antioch to your collection?

The feudal Christian states of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, the Principality of Antioch, the County of Tripoli and the County of Edessa were formed along the eastern border of the Mediterranean Sea at the conclusion of the First Crusade. Each state issued its own coinage, with a common theme of honoring the Crusading Knights with the symbol of a cross.

Stunning Crusader Style Imagery

A framed cross pattee is featured on the reverse, with a pellet between two arms of the cross, surrounded by the legend "ANTIOCHIA." The cross pattee is a style of Christian cross, often struck on European coins of the middles ages, with narrow arms at the center that flare out to a wide straight edge.

The obverse image of Bohemond III is depicted in a stylized manner, bare-headed and facing right. The portrait is encircled by the inscription "BOAMVNDVS," meaning Bohemond.

Gorgeous Mint State 64 Coin in Story Vault Display

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has graded this beautiful example of an 1149-1163 Antioch Denier of Prince Bohemond III a Mint State 64. The impressive coin exhibits a few scuff marks, average luster and even strike, with overall good eye appeal. The coin is protected in an NGC holder with the official certification label, and sealed in a clear Story Vault along with a brief description of the coin and the Crusades.

Add this gorgeous Mint State Antioch Denier coin of the Crusaders to your collection!

Year of Issue:1149-1163
Grading Service:NGC
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