At our Auction 19 – Excellently preserved ort 1677 in a rarer variety

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Below is a real gem for fans of Jan III Sobieski’s minting. A perfectly preserved 1677 ort in a rarer variety. We definitely recommend it for advanced numismatic collections.

Rarer, early vintage. Obverse variant with 6 stripes crowning the king’s armor. Reverse variant with a curved coat of arms and the initials of Santi de Urbani Bani under the denomination. Excellent, noble, old patina.

Obverse: bust of Jan III Sobieski in a laurel wreath, armour with 6 stripes, a cloak fastened with a jewel, with the order cross on the chest, around the legend: IOAN•III D.G REX POL•M•D•L•R•P•;

Reverse: crowned with a four-arch crown, with 5 fleurons and jewels in a closed rim, a five-field coat of arms shield with the coats of arms of the Crown, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the coat of arms of the Sobieski family – Janina; on the sides of the shield the denomination notation 1-8 and the initials S-B, in the rim a legend divided by the Leliwa coat of arms: MON•NOVA ARG•-REG•POLON•1677;

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