Spain, Kingdom of Castile & Leon - 1379 AD
Spain, Kingdom of Castile & Leon - 1379 AD
Spain, Kingdom of Castile & Leon - 1379 AD

Spain, Kingdom of Castile & Leon

1379 AD

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Origin: The Kingdom of Castile and Leon was formed by the union of two 13th century kingdoms, and survives as an autonomous region in Spain to this day. These silver coins were struck under King Juan (or John) I in the late 14th century.

King Juan I himself is famous for challenging Portugal in the Battle of Aljubarrota in 1385, believing that he had a right to the Portuguese throne due to his wife's royal status—in the end, he was utterly defeated.

Each of these coins was struck around 1379 to 1390 AD, and are made of a silver alloy known as billon. They have been inspected by an ANA Certified numismatist and are guaranteed authentic.

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John (Juan) I
John (Juan) I

Left: Juan I as a child. Right: The Battle of Aljubarrota.

Your order will include:

  • One silver coin from the Spanish Kingdom of Castile and Leon, dated 1379 - 1390 AD
  • Glass top leather display box
  • Detail card with relevant information about the relic
  • Certificate of Authenticity


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