Geza II - 1141-1162 AD - silver coins - one-sided struck

World Coins - Geza II - 1141-1162 AD - silver coins - one-sided struck
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Geza II - 1141-1162 AD - silver coins - one-sided struck
 
Weight: 0.17 gr
Diameter: 9.90 mm
 
Catalogue value - 600 euros
 
Géza II was King of Hungary and Croatia from 1141 to 1162. He was the oldest son of Béla the Blind and his wife, Helena of Rascia. When his father died, Géza was still a child and he started ruling under the guardianship of his mother and her brother, Beloš.