2 Leva: History

Alexander Malioukov, 08.06.2018 01:03
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Photo
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Position: 1
Source: Vasilis Lymperakis
Link: /people/Vasilis
Cover: Yes
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Position: 2
Source: Vasilis Lymperakis
Link: /people/Vasilis
Cover: Yes
Position: 3
Source: Monetnik.ru
Link: https://www.monetnik.ru
Cover: Yes
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Position: 4
Source: Monetnik.ru
Link: https://www.monetnik.ru
Cover: Yes
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Obverse Object
Person (writer, poet, philosopher etc.) → Paisius of Hilendar Person (religious figure) → Paisius of Hilendar
Obverse description
Depicts on the inner circle the stylized image of Paisius of Hilendar and the years ‘1722 – 1773’, and on the outer ring the inscriptions "Paisius of Hilendar" and country name in Bulgarian. Saint Paisius of Hilendar or Paìsiy Hilendàrski (Bulgarian: Свети Паисий Хилендарски, 1722–1773) was a Bulgarian clergyman and a key Bulgarian National Revival figure. He is most famous for being the author of Istoriya Slavyanobolgarskaya, the second modern Bulgarian history after the work of Petar Bogdan Bakshev from 1667, "History of Bulgaria". Most Bulgarians are taught that he was the forefather of the Bulgarian National Revival. Saint Paisius of Hilendar (1722–1773) was a Bulgarian clergyman and a key Bulgarian National Revival figure. He is most famous for being the author of Istoriya Slavyanobolgarskaya, the second modern Bulgarian history after the work of Petar Bogdan Bakshev from 1667, "History of Bulgaria". Most Bulgarians are taught that he was the forefather of the Bulgarian National Revival.
Reverse Object
none Miscellaneous → Denomination
Reverse description
Depicts a value, date and a graphical pattern of crossing lines. none
Coin description
Engraver: Vanya Dimitrova none
Ring
Cupronickel Copper Nickel Clad Steel
Center
Copper Nickel Zinc Copper Zinc
Alexander Malioukov, 08.06.2018 01:03
Vasilis Lymperakis, 07.06.2018 18:29
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Item
2 Leva, Bulgaria none
Alexander Malioukov, 08.06.2018 01:03