This collection contains an almost 700-year old Venetian Silver coin struck between 1268-1342. The Venetian Doges are the elected head of the city.
Each coin is a unique handmade piece.
- Over 700 years old.
- Coins will be in Very Fine condition and encapsulated in a grading service-like holder.
- Housed in a wooden box with certificate of authenticity and information card.
- Obverse: Depicts the ruling doge next to the city Saint of Venice, Saint-Mark, holding a banner as the insignia of power to the doge.
- Reverse: Jesus seated on heavenly throne.
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The collections may contain a coin of these doges: Lorenzo Tiepolo (1268-1275), Jacopo Contarini (1275-1280), Giovanni Dandolo (1280-1289), Pietro Gradenigo (1289-1311), Marino Zorzi (1311-1312), Giovanni Soranzo (1312-1328), Francesco Dandolo (1328-1339) or Bartolomeo Gradenigo (1339-1342).