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Coins from the County of Tripoli

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County of Tripoli was one of four main Crusader States established during first crusade as vassal of King of Jerusalem in 1102, even though it was not fully established until 1109. It was located in present day northern Libanon and northwestern Syria. Mamluks conquered the county in 1289. Read more

See also: Lebanon

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County of Tripoli - Denier (1102-1289)

Pougeoise au castel - Bohémond V – obverse
Pougeoise au castel - Bohémond V – reverse
Pougeoise au castel - Bohémond V
(1235-1250)
Billon – 0.87 g – ø 17.2 mm
Raymond II – obverse
Raymond II – reverse
Raymond II
(1137-1152)
Copper – 0.9 g – ø 16 mm
Demi-Gros - Bohemond VI – obverse
Demi-Gros - Bohemond VI – reverse
Demi-Gros - Bohemond VI
(1251-1275)
2.2 g – ø 20 mm
Demi-Gros - Bohemond VII – obverse
Demi-Gros - Bohemond VII – reverse
Demi-Gros - Bohemond VII
(1275-1287)
2.1 g – ø 21 mm
Gros - Bohemond VI – obverse
Gros - Bohemond VI – reverse
Gros - Bohemond VI
(1261-1275)
4.2 g – ø 26 mm
Gros - Bohemond VII – obverse
Gros - Bohemond VII – reverse
Gros - Bohemond VII
(1275-1287)
Silver – 4.3 g – ø 26 mm

Numista referee for this country is Sneyoz.

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