Crusader Tripoli Silver Coin // Circa 1225 AD
Crusader Tripoli, circa 1225 AD (Islamic year AH622), during the height of the Crusades. An excellent silver 1/2 dirham, Halab mint, struck AH622 (circa 1225 AD). A very rare Crusader silver coin, struck imitating the Islamic coins of the region of the time, copying a posthumous issue in the name of the the Ayyubid caliph al-Zahir Ghazi. Grades Choice Very Fine, with nice clear date. Rare!
0.5625"L x 0.5625"W x 0.03125"H
— Ex Stephen Album, expert and author of the definitive books on coins of the Islamic period
— Ref: Coins of the Crusader States-2; Album-837
— Coin Measures 14mm,
— Weight: 1.37g
Accompanied by a hand-signed certificate of authenticity which includes all the details, culture, dating, motifs/inscriptions when applicable, historical relevance, and provenance.
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