Denár: coin from Kingdom of Hungary (10th-18th centuries)

DENÁR: COIN OF HUNGARY

Denár, 1338: Kingdom of Hungary

Denár, 1338: Kingdom of Hungary

Ruler: Charles I of Hungary, also Charles Robert (Hungarian "Károly Róbert") — King of Hungary and Croatia (1308-1342), a member of the Capetian House of Anjou.

M REGIS HVNGARIE (Moneta Regis Hvngarie): currency (coin) of the King of Hungary /the legend of the coin is partly lost/.

Coat of arms of Hungary: the Árpád red and white stripes combined with the fleur-de-lis of the Capetian House of Anjou.

To the left of the coat of arms, the mint mark — a stylized letter "O".

REGIS KAROLI: King Charles (Károly).

A crowned king with the attributes of monarchical power — a sceptre and an orb (globus cruciger).

  • Silver: 15 mm - 0.66 g
  • Reference price: 18$

COIN DENÁR — WHERE & WHEN (coins catalog: by names & emitents)
  1. KINGDOM OF HUNGARY (10th-18th centuries): denár = 3 parvus

About the name of the coin denár: in fact, denár is a purely Hungarian variant of the extremely popular medieval coin of Europe — denar (the phonetic features of the Hungarian language are reflected). From a formal point of view, it is an independent separate coin name.