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Denga. Vasily The Dark (1425-1462)

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Coin Denga. Vasily The Dark (1425-1462)
Nominal: Denga
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1447-1462
Mint: Moscow
Diameter: 10-12 mm
Weight: 0,31 g
Nominal: Denga
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1447-1462
Mint: Moscow
Diameter: 10-12 mm
Weight: 0,31 g

Description of coin Denga. Vasily The Dark (1425-1462):

The obverse depicts a horseman slaying a serpent. Around - the inscription in old Russian language - "the Great Prince Basil."

The reverse side shows the head of a man right in front of her three points, it is one. Barbaric unreadable circular legend.

Catalog N. D. Mets coin has the number 134. In the catalog Galickogo, Petrunina described under number 605, E, is the VII degree of rarity.
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold

Information about other coins in denominations of Денга:

1. Free money Denga
2. Denga (Mozhaisky style)
3. Denga
4. Denga
5. Denga
6. Denga
7. Denga
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    The periods of issue of the coin
    Coins of the period of fragmentation (XIV-XVI centuries.)
    Vasily The Dark (1425-1462)

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