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Crusades: Knights Hospitaller
Struck under  Grand Master Fabrizio del Carretto
Island of Rhodes
1513-21 A.D.
gold Zecchino
mint state 62 NGC
Crusades: Knights Hospitaller
Struck under Grand Master Fabrizio del Carretto
Island of Rhodes
gold Zecchino
mint state 62 NGC

OBV Grand Master kneeling left and receiving the banner of the order from St. John standing right
REV Christ surrounded by nine stars in an ellipse
Coinage of the Knights of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in Rhodes and Malta

The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem came into being c. 1070, when a hospice was founded by the Benedictine monks of St. Mary of the Latins of Jerusalem, to care for the increasing number of western pilgrims. The building was located on the site where, according to the tradition, the conception of St. John the Baptist was proclaimed by an angel. The Order was chartered by Pope Paschal II as The Hospitallers of St. John in 1113, at a time when the Order had already taken on a military aspect.
Coinage of the Knights of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in Rhodes and Malta

The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem came into being c. 1070, when a hospice was founded by the Benedictine monks of St. Mary of the Latins of Jerusalem, to care for the increasing number of western pilgrims. The building was located on the site where, according to the tradition, the conception of St. John the Baptist was proclaimed by an angel. The Order was chartered by Pope Paschal II as The Hospitallers of St. John in 1113, at a time when the Order had already taken on a military aspect.
Coinage of the Knights of the Order of St John of Jerusalem in Rhodes and Malta
The Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem came into being c. 1070, when a hospice was founded by the Benedictine monks of St. Mary of the Latins of Jerusalem, to care for the increasing number of western pilgrims. The building was located on the site where, according to the tradition, the conception of St. John the Baptist was proclaimed by an angel. The Order was chartered by Pope Paschal II as The Hospitallers of St. John in 1113, at a time when the Order had already taken on a military aspect. $5499.00
Achaemenid Empire
c.505-480 BC
AV Daric (8.34g)
Darious I- Xerxes I
Carradice Type II
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