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Italy Gold Ducat Mint State 67 - Tomaso Mocenigo

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Doge Tomaso Mocenigo
AD 1414-1423 Gold Ducat NGC MS67

Tomaso Mocenigo had an early military career commanding the crusading fleet in the exposition to Nicopolis in 1396 and also won battles against Genoa during the War of Chioggia in 1378-1381. He was elected Doge in 1414. As Doge he encouraged commerce, reconstructed the Ducal palace and commenced the library. Doge Mocenigo died in 1423 due to long illness.

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The Venetian Ducat, the very first gold coin made by the City State of Venice, is a very popular Italian coin first minted in about 1284 AD under the doge (mayor of the city) It shows the doge kneeling before St. Mark on the Obverse, and a figure of Christ standing, on the reverse, in an oval frame accompanied by the inscription Christe datus, quem tu regis, iste ducatus (Christ to give, that duchy, that you rule). The last word of the legend, ducatus (duchy) is the origin of the coin name “Ducat”.

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