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1285-1289 Charles II Hammered Billon Denier Achaea Clarentia

1285-1289 Charles II Hammered Billon Denier Achaea Clarentia Obverse

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A scarce and collectable silver billon Denier or Tournois from the Principality of Achaea (Frankish Greece) under Charles II of Naples, also known as Charles of Anjou or Charles the Lame. This coin has a simple design, based on contemporary French issues with a central cross on the obverse, with the mint name around: Clarentia (otherwise Clarentza, Glarentza, Clarenia or Clarence – located in southern Greece). The reverse shows a stylised tournament castle and the legend refers to Charles’ title as Prince of Achaea: a principality in modern Greece which he ruled from 1278 to 1285, dating this coin with some precision.
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Central cross within circle. Legend: '+ K . R . PRINC ' Ach'.


Tournament castle Legend: '+ . CLARENTIA'.


AF - A light grey tone with minor edge nicks, a little grainy and weak in areas but with reasonably strong legends for about Fine.


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