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Following research shows 16 known King Radoslav coins from first two published by Dr Karl Stockert in Vienna in 1914 to latest ones sold online 2012-2017.

King Stefan Radoslav

Above we can differentiate “cross” type, first 8 pictures where all coins seem to be made of copper using same die. Then “saint blessing the king” type, next 12 pictures with at least 5 different dies of which first 6 seem to be made of copper and following 6 of silver. First 2 pictures, which is same coin of “saint blessing the king” type has no legend, second has STEFANOS PIZ legend like “cross” type, third and the last 5 silver coins have STEFANOS DUKAS signature on the left and OPANTOKRATOR on the right with the exception of the last silver coin, having isolated R. Last 2 copper coins are latest “cross” type and “saint blessing the king” type additions the this list.

 

  1. Picture No1 is the first published King Radoslav coin by Dr Karl Stockert in Vienna in 1914, its 31mm, 3.29g. Same coin picture No2 appears in Miroslav Jovanovic book  Serbien Medieval Coins published in Belgrade in 2002 as 4th coin listed on page 13 but claims that coin is 30mm and 3.26g. Obverse 1 and 2 .
  2. No3 was published by Rastislav Maric in the book Studies of Serbian Numismatics in Belgrade in 1956. 2nd coin. Mentioned by Dr Karl Stockert in Vienna in 1914 as being 29mm and 4.7g.  Obverse 3.
  3. No4 was sold on eBay in 2014 for around $1000. Obverse 4.
  4. No5 is published by Vujadin Ivanisevic book Money of the Medieval Serbia in Belgrade in 2001 listed in the book as 4th King Radoslav coin. Obverse 5.
  5. No6 is published by Sergije Dimitrijevic book Medieval Serbian Coins in Belgrade in 1997 page 19. Obverse 6.
  6. No7 was sold on cngcoins.com auction website for $2700 plus buyers fee, its 32mm, 3g. Obverse 7.
  7. No8 was sold on www.rudnik.com website for $1125, its 2.93g. Obverse 8.
  8. No9 and No10 are published by both Vujadin Ivanisevic in his book Money of the Medieval Serbia, Belgrade, 2001 listed in the book as 3rd King Radoslav coin and Sergije Dimitrijevic in his book Medieval Serbian Coins, Belgrade, 1997 page 18. Obverse 9 and 10.
  9. No11 is published in Miroslav Jovanovic book  Serbien Medieval Coins published in Belgrade in 2002 as 3rd coin listed on page 13. Obverse 11.
  10. No12 is published by Vujadin Ivanisevic in his book Money of the Medieval Serbia, Belgrade, 2001 listed in the book as 2nd King Radoslav coin. Obverse 12.
  11. No13 and No14 was published by Rastislav Maric in the book Studies of Serbian Numismatics in Belgrade in 1956. 1st coin and same coin on mobile phone card Telekom Serbia. 28mm, 2.67g. Obverse 13.
  12. No15, No16 and No17 is coin published by both Miroslav Jovanovic in his book  Serbien Medieval Coins published in Belgrade in 2002 as 1st coin listed on page 12 and Vujadin Ivanisevic in his book Money of the Medieval Serbia, Belgrade, 2001 listed in the book as 1st King Radoslav coin as well as on National Serbian Museum website in Belgrade www.narodnimuzej.rs. 29mm, 2.55g. Obverse no14, 15 and 16.
  13. No18 was sold on www.limundo.com auction website in 2015, 26mm, 4.7g. Obverse no17.
  14. No19 and No20 is coin published by Miroslav Jovanovic in his book Serbien Medieval Coins published in Belgrade in 2002 as 2nd coin listed on page 12 and it’s on www.muzejras.org website without obverse. 31mm, 4.02g
  15. No21 is coin sold on Numismatik and Naumann auction website in 2017 for 2700 euros. 29mm, 3.22g. Reverse no18.
  16. No22 was found in Raska area and sold in Vienna in 1996 for 10000 schillings which at the time of introduction to euro currency was around 725 euros. Reverse no19.
King Stefan Radoslav
King Stefan Radoslav
King Stefan Radoslav
King Stefan Radoslav

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