King Stefan Uros II Milutin (1282-1321) silver lily-and-cross coin. 2.1g

Obverse: King sitting on low-back throne, holding lily-tipped scepter and globus with double cross. Latin legend VROSIVS REX (UROS KING)

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

Reference: Maric 1956 T XIII 17, Jov 7-13, J 25, LJ (VI-12), I (3.3)

Comment: Milutin took over Kingdom from his brother Dragutin and ruled for 39 years. After having brain stroke he died on October 29th 1321. He was buried in his Memorial in Banjska in order that his remains should be transferred to Trepca. They were taken to Sofia capital of Bulgaria, to the church " The holy king", around 1460, where they were being kept till the present day.

Order info: #MIL01, £150. (SOLD)



King Stefan Uros II Milutin (1282-1321), silver "cross" dinar, 1.8g

Obverse: King (bare-headed) receiving patriarchal cross from St. Stephen (nimbate), VROSIVS / REX / S STEFAN, control letter d at bottom of shaft

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

Reference: Jov 7-7 var.

Comment: Milutin built more churches and monasteries then all other members of Nemanjic dynasty put together. 


Order info: #MIL02 £100

 




King Stefan Uros II Milutin (1282-1321), silver "banner" dinar, 2.2g

Obverse: King standing to the left, wearing open crown holding banner, with a cross in the center, St Stefan standing on the right with Nimbus and the Gospel.  Latin legend VROSIVS REX S STEFAN, In the field below small  ° -°

Reverse: Christ enthroned, holding Book of Gospels, IC-XC ("Jesus Christ")

Reference: Jov 7-5, J (15), LJ (IV-21), I (3.9)

Comment: Classic early "banner" dinar modeled after the Venetian grosso (an imitation thereof, but certainly - given original legends - not a forgery).


Order info: #MIL03 £120 (SOLD) 



King Stefan Uros II Milutin (1282 – 1321) Silver "Banner" dinar. 1.8g

Obverse: Bare-headed king receiving banner with patriarchal cross from St. Stephen; large  C at the bottom, Latin legend VROSIVS REX S STEFAN; 

Reverse: Christ enthroned, facing; to left of throne large B; to left, IC, to right, XC. 

Reference: Jov 7-7, J (16), LJ (IV-4,5,6), I (3.7)

Comment: Another classic early dinar modeled after the Venetian grosso but with cross instead of banner.


Order info: #MIL004 £110 (SOLD)

 
 


King Stefan Uros II Milutin (1282 - 1321), Silver "Banner" dinar. 1.9g

Obverse: King receiving banner from St. Stephen, holding scrolls with his left hand, Latin legend: VROSIUS REX S STEFAN ("Uros King, St.Stephen")

Reverse Christ enthroned, holding Book of Gospels, Latin legend: IC – XC. Double struck

Reference: Jov 7-7, J (16), LJ (IV-4,5,6), I (3.7)

Comment: Very rare and hard to find beautiful double struck example. Old medieval mistake.


Order info: #MIL005 £110

 



King Stefan Uros II Milutin 1282 - 1321, Silver "Banner" coin. 2g

Obverse: Bare-headed king receiving banner from St. Stephen, holding scrolls with his left hand, Latin legend: VROSIUS REX S STEFAN ("Uros King, St.Stephen")

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

Reference: Jov 7-7, J (16), LJ (IV-4,5,6), I (3.7)

Comment: Similar example to above but with slimmer figures.


Order info: #MIL006 £65

 


King Stefan Uros II Milutin 1282 - 1321, Silver "Banner" coin. 2g

Obverse: Bare-headed king receiving banner from St. Stephen, holding scrolls with his left hand, Latin legend: VROSIUS REX S STEFAN ("Uros King, St.Stephen") with "+" sign on each side of the banner.

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

Reference: Jov 7-7, J (16), LJ (IV-4,5,6), I (3.7)

Comment: Very similar coin to his fathers coins Uros I.


Order info: #MIL007 £75

 


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