1198-1219 Armenia - Levon I, 2 Tram PCGS Unc Details
Double Tram!!! PCGS Genuine - AU Details. Coin is 900+ years old and was found in dirt. Of course, it was cleaned. It does not change the rarity. There are less than 100 Known.
Levon I, byname Levon The Great, (flourished 13th century), king of Armenia (reigned 1199–1219), who rallied the Armenians after their dispersion by the Seljuq Turks and consolidated the kingdom in Cilicia, southeastern Asia Minor. Through his friendly relations with the German emperors Frederick I Barbarossa and Henry VI, he was crowned by Pope Celestine III’s legate, Cardinal Conrad von Wittelsbach, and allied Lesser Armenia to the West, despite overtures from the Byzantine emperor.