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Description
An ancient coin set brooch, the Greek denier in collet mount, within a border of crosses spaced with pairs of pearls (pearls untested for origin), the mount stamped to the reverse ‘750’, diameter 23mm. £140-£200---The base silver Denier dates from medieval Greece, at a time when the country was divided up and run by Western rulers (mostly Crusaders who did not return home). The legend reads ‘Gui Dux Atenes’ (Guy Duke of Athens) and ‘Thebani Civis’ (City of Thebes). The ruler in question is Gui I or II de la Roche, who ruled between 1280-1308. The family originally came from Burgundy.------For more information, additional images and to bid on this lot please go to the auctioneers website, www.dnw.co.uk
Condition
The coin is graded as FINE. The pearls are misshappen and drilled, with glue residue evident to many. One of the crosses to the border is stamped ‘750’ on the reverse. Gross weight 4.8gm.
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Jewellery

Estimate £140 - £200
Sep 14, 2021
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Starting Price £70
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Est. £140 - £200Starting Price £70
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Sep 14, 2021 8:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0029 Details

Description
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An ancient coin set brooch, the Greek denier in collet mount, within a border of crosses spaced with pairs of pearls (pearls untested for origin), the mount stamped to the reverse ‘750’, diameter 23mm. £140-£200---The base silver Denier dates from medieval Greece, at a time when the country was divided up and run by Western rulers (mostly Crusaders who did not return home). The legend reads ‘Gui Dux Atenes’ (Guy Duke of Athens) and ‘Thebani Civis’ (City of Thebes). The ruler in question is Gui I or II de la Roche, who ruled between 1280-1308. The family originally came from Burgundy.------For more information, additional images and to bid on this lot please go to the auctioneers website, www.dnw.co.uk
Condition
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The coin is graded as FINE. The pearls are misshappen and drilled, with glue residue evident to many. One of the crosses to the border is stamped ‘750’ on the reverse. Gross weight 4.8gm.

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