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Medieval Coins (Gold, Silver & Bronze)

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These bronze coins (20 to 25 mm) of the Byzantine Empire are of various dates and emperors. They range in condition from Good to Fine and date from the 5th....
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This coin was produced at the height of the Spanish Empire in Europe. The reverse crest of this coin displays all possessions of the Spanish realm at its h....
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This Silver Grosso was struck during the reign of Antonio Venier, the Doge of Venice from 1382 to his death in 1400. The Doge is sometimes translated to Du....
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This magnificently preserved Pierreale is from the reign of Frederick III (or IV), also called the Simple, King of Sicily from 1355-1377 AD. He is often co....
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Andrea Dandolo would be elected Doge of Venice during the plauge of the Black Death. He would see nearly a third of the city succumb to the black death and....
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The Venetian Republic was the only real victor of the crusades extending itself to be the power of a mighty trade network which would stretch from Italy to....
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This lovely coin from the Italian Renaissance has wonderful original caninet toning. Many of the issues of the display high levels of craftsmanship and thi....
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This Silver Scudo was struck during the reign of Antonio Priuli, the 94th Doge of Venice from 1618 to his death in 1623. The Doge is sometimes translated t....
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Medieval Gold, Silver and Bronze Coins

The Western Roman Empire fell in 476 starting the Dark Ages which would see the breakup of the territories of the Roman Empire into a number of petty Kingdoms. These Germanic successor states would mint a number of Gold coins in the style of the Roman counterparts and would circulate widely into the early Middle Ages playing an important commercial and economic role in the early period. This period would see the rise of many great Kingdoms including the French under Charlemagne and the early English dynasties of the Anglo Saxons.

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