A very rare and exceptionally well preserved tarì of Federico I (Friedrich II von Hohenstaufen)
Lot 1945
ITALY. Sicilia (Regno). Federico I (Federico II, Sacro Romano Impero), 1198-1250. Tarì (Gold, 13 mm, 2.61 g, 3 h), Messina or Brindisi. (Crown) •F• IMPERATOR Eagle with spread wings, its head between two pellets. Rev. Long cross between IC-XC / HI-KA. MEC 14, 513. Spahr 97. Very rare and exceptionally well preserved, a wonderful piece with a beautiful imperial eagle. Good extremely fine.

From the collection of Dr. Max Blaschegg (1930-2021, with collector’s ticket), ex Schweizerische Kreditanstalt Monetarium FPL 36, winter 1981/2, 339.
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500 CHF
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3000 CHF
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Closing time: 21-Aug-22, 17:40:30 CEST
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