King Stefan Dragutin (Ruler of Raska 1276-1282 and Srem 1284-1316), silver "lily-and-cross" coin, 2.2g

Obverse: King on low-back throne, holding lily-tipped scepter and globus with double cross, Latin legend STEFAN REX ("Stefan King")

Reverse: Christ enthroned, holding Book of Gospels, lilys on each side, Latin legend IC-XC ("Jesus Christ")

Reference: LJubic 1875 Stefan Dragutin VII, T. VI.4, Jov 7-14, J 10, LJ (VI-4), I (2.3)

Comment: This type has been attributed to Dragutin and his brother Milutin but it is possible that both brothers used same design.Dragutin used legend STEFAN REX where Milutin used VROSIUS REX. Both examples are on sale and available for comparison.

Order info: #DRA01, £250 (SOLD)





King Stefan Dragutin (Ruler of Raska 1276-1282 and Srem 1284-1316), silver Rudnik dinar, 2.2g

Obverse: Dragutin standing with scepter, Serbian Cyrillic legend +СТЕФАN+ +РАБb XCU (Stefan, Servant of Christ)

Reverse: Christ enthroned, holding Book of Gospels, IC-XC, sigla

Reference: J 8, Jov 6-4.1, LJ (III-13,14,16,19), I (2.5)

Comment: Cyrillic issues of Dragutin and legend without royal references are usually associated with the post-abdication period so after 1282. Using medieval Serbian-Slavic language was used to emphasize his independence and show that Srem was not the province of Hungary but the Orthodox country of the Slavic people. 


Order info: #DRA02 £250

 



King Stefan Dragutin (1276-1282), silver "banner" coin, 1.8g

Obverse: King receiving banner from St. Stephen (nimbate), Latin legend STEFAN REX STEFAN, sigla "+" at the bottom of the shaft and sigla "+" on the saints left arm..

Reverse: Christ enthroned, holding Book of Gospels. Latin legend IC XC ("Jesus Christ")

Reference: Maric T XIII 7/8, I (2.1.2)

Comment: The earliest type of regular Serbian coinage. Similar issue to his father Uros I with a diference of twice added sigla "+". Funny enough saint has much larger ears.


Order info: #DRA003 £80

 


King Stefan Dragutin (1276-1282), silver "banner" coin, 1.8g

Obverse: King receiving banner from St. Stephen (nimbate), Latin legend STEFAN REX STEFAN, sigla "*" on the saints left arm..

Reverse: Christ enthroned, holding Book of Gospels. Latin legend IC XC ("Jesus Christ")

Reference: Maric T XIII 7/8, I (2.1.2)

Comment: The earliest type of regular Serbian coinage. Similar issue to his father Uros I with a diference of added sigla "*" 


Order info: #DRA004 £80

 


King Stefan Dragutin (1276-1282), silver "banner" coin, 2.1g

Obverse: King receiving banner from St. Stephen (nimbate), Latin legend STEFAN REX STEFAN, sigla "x" on the saints left arm..

Reverse: Christ enthroned, holding Book of Gospels. Latin legend IC XC ("Jesus Christ")

Reference: Maric T XIII 7/8, I (2.1.2)

Comment: The earliest type of regular Serbian coinage. Similar issue to his father Uros I with a diference of added sigla "x" 


Order info: #DRA005 £80

 


King Stefan Dragutin (1276-1282), silver "banner" coin, 1.8g

Obverse: King receiving banner from St. Stephen (nimbate), Latin legend STEFAN REX STEFAN.

Reverse: Christ enthroned, holding Book of Gospels. Latin legend IC XC ("Jesus Christ")

Reference: Maric T XIII 7/8, I (2.1.2)

Comment: The earliest type of regular Serbian coinage. Similar issue to his father Uros I.


Order info: #DRA06 £70

 


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