Armenian, Levon II, AD 1270 to 1289. Silver 1/2 Tram struck with full Tram dies.

Ancient Coins - Armenian, Levon II, AD 1270 to 1289. Silver 1/2 Tram struck with full Tram dies.
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Denomination : Silver 1/2 tram.  Mint : uncertain but probably Sis

Reference : Nec.-381 to 385 variety.

Size : 16.4 x 17.0 mm.  Weight : 1.18 grams.

Grade :  gVF

Obverse : King on horseback right, with an inscription that translates to LEVON KING OF THE ARMENIANS, with some ligate letters.

Reverse : Lion walking right, with a partial inscription but the mint name is off the flan (I believe all of this series are from SIS mint). 

This particular group of coins are 1/2 trams struck with dies that were original cut for striking full trams, which is why there are never found with full inscriptions (the flans are smaller than the dies).  Nercessian has 36 specimens listed between five types, none of which had enough inscription on the reverse to read the mint name.  They are fairly un-common coins.

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利率: 04/20/18

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