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Italy, Kingdom of Naples, Italy, Kingdom of Sicily. Charles I of Anjou. Salut d'or n.d. (after 1277)

Italian States - Kingdoms of Naples & Sicily - Charles I of Anjou (1266-1285)

Salut d'Or (with a value of 5 Tari) - gold - Naples - n.d. (after 1277)

Obv.: Half-part shield of Jerusalem and Anjou under a moon accosted by two six-pointed stars and confined on each side by a rose between two six-pointed stars: + KAROL’. DEI. GRA. IERL’M. SICILIE. REX. (transl.: Charles, by the grace of God, King of Jerusalem and Sicily).

Rev.: Archangel Gabriel, standing left, saluting the Virgin right; in the center a lily in a pot (symbol of virginity): + AVE . GRACIA . PLENA . DOMINUS . TECUM (transl.: Hail Mary, full of grace, may the Lord be with you).

Ref.: Friedberg 808 (R2)

Condition: slabbed and graded by NGC certification number 3935196-002 as AU Details - scratches (vertical thin scratches, hardly visible with the naked eye, right of the Virgin)

Weight: 4.36 g. Diameter: 23 mm.

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Country/province Italy, Kingdom of Naples, Italy, Kingdom of Sicily
Ruler Charles I of Anjou
Denomination Salut d'or
Year/Period and Variation n.d. (after 1277)
Precious metal Gold
Condition Graded by NGC
Certification number 3935196-002
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