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1139-1339 Italy, Republic of Genoa Silver Denaro NGC VF25 (Story Vault)

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Why add this random date Italian Genoa Republic Silver Denaro to your collection of ancient coins?

The Republic of Genoa was an Italian City-State located on the northwestern Italian coast from 1005-1797. In 1139, Conrad III, founder of the Hohenstaufen dynasty, granted permission to Genoa to Mint coinage in his name. The Silver Denaro of the Genoa Republic struck in honor of Conrad measured approximately 16 mm in diameter.

Beautiful symbolic design

The obverse of the coin features a stylized illustration of the Genoese city gate, framed by a textured circle, surrounded by a Latin inscription.

The center of the reverse features the image of a cross pattée, also within a textured circular frame. Inscribed "CVNRADI REX." The cross pattée is a style of Christian cross, with narrow arms at the center that flare out to a wide straight edge.

Graded by NGC to be Very Fine

This random date Italian Genoa Republic Silver Denaro, struck c. 1139-1339, was authenticated as genuine, then reviewed and graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Graded Very Fine, which is equivalent to a grade of 25 on the Sheldon Scale, the coin is evenly worn and flattened, but will exhibit sharp lettering and moderate definition of design elements. The condition of this Very Fine coin is protected and preserved in a NGC holder with grading label attached. Your slabbed coin will also come inside of a story vault holder.

This Denaro from the Italian Republic of Genoa will make an impressive addition to your ancient coin collection! Purchase yours today from MCM.

Year of Issue:1139-1339
Mint:Genoa Mint
Grading Service:NGC
Finish:Mint State