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Srebrenik (type II)

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Coin Srebrenik (type II)
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1018-1054
Mint: Kiev
Weight: ~3 g
Metal: Silver
Period of issue: 1018-1054
Mint: Kiev
Weight: ~3 g

Description of coin Srebrenik (type II):

The obverse depicts the great Prince in a low cap, in right hand holding long cross, left hand on his chest. On the left the inscription "IГИР" right "+ГЕЮР" double the rim of the beads.
On the reverse side in the centre is a Trident. To the left the inscription "ГЮРГИN" right "ИДРИ" In the lower right corner of the mark consisting of four sticks laid crosswise. Double the rim of the beads.

Photo from the book: I. I. Tolstoy "the most Ancient Russian coins of Grand Duchy Kiev" (1882).
The coins presented in the photos are in the collections of their owners and are not sold

Information about other coins in denominations of :

1. Srebrenik. Oleg Mikhail Svyatoslavich
2. Piece of silver (Prince, big cross)
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