Medieval Armenian Silver Coin // King Levon II, 1270-1289 AD
This excellent silver tram hails from Cilician Armenia, time of the Crusades, King Levon II, 1270-1289 AD. King in jeweled Armenian tiara on horseback riding right, holding long double-cross over shoulder, Armenian inscription: "LEVON KING OF THE ARMENIANS" / Crowned lion with long claws standing right, tall single-barred cross behind, Armenian inscription: “Struck in the City of Sis”. Encapsulated and graded Very Fine by NGC!
Accompanied by a hand-signed certificate of authenticity which includes all the details, culture, dating, motifs/inscriptions when applicable, historical relevance, and provenance.
— Crusades. King Levon II, 1270-1289 AD
— Coin Diameter: 20mm
— Archival Slab Measures: 3.375"L x 2.375"W x 0.375"H
— ref: Nercewssian ACV 377 for type
— Encapsulated & Graded Very Fine by NGC
— Ex-De Pere, WI Collection
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