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Coins from the County of Edessa

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County of Edessa was one of four main crusader states established in the Levant during 1st crusade. It was the first crusader state to be created in 1098 and first to fall to muslims again in 1144. In response to this event, Second Crusade was launched in 1147. County of Edessa occupied parts of present day southwestern Turkey and north Syria. Read more

See also: Syria, Turkey

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County of Edessa - Denier (1098-1144)

Follis - Richard of Salerno – obverse
Follis - Richard of Salerno – reverse
Follis - Richard of Salerno
(1104-1108)
Copper – 5.99 g – ø 26.0 mm
Follis - Richard of Salerno – obverse
Follis - Richard of Salerno – reverse
Follis - Richard of Salerno
(1104-1108)
Copper – 7.01 g – ø 27 mm
Follis - Baudouin II (1st type) – obverse
Follis - Baudouin II (1st type) – reverse
Follis - Baudouin II (1st type)
(1108-1118)
Copper – 4 g – ø 21 mm
Follis - Baudouin II (2nd reign) – obverse
Follis - Baudouin II (2nd reign) – reverse
Follis - Baudouin II (2nd reign)
(1108-1118)
Copper – 8.42 g – ø 26.0 mm

Numista referee for this country is Sneyoz.

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