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Five 12th to 17th Century Foreign Coins, Including Silver

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Five 12th to 17th Century foreign coins, including silver. Lot includes an Indian Sultanate of Delhi bronze “dump” coin from the 1100s, a Byzantine Empire billon trachy “cup” coin from the 1200s (most likely a Barbaric imitation), a Mongol Empire silver Dirham coin from the 1300s, an Ottoman Empire small silver coin from the 1400s, and a Polish silver Grosz coin struck under Sigismund III from the 1600s. Coins are lightly circulated and each comes in a plastic case with historical information. Cases measures 6″ × 6″.

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- lightly circulated.


6.0" W x 6.0" H x 0.2" D

- measurements of each case.

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