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Collection of coins of the Fund of the Church-Archaeological Museum of HMA

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1.Genoese coin from Tsabal. Silver, supposedly XIII-XIV centuries. The text of the inscription on the coin: CONRADUS: REX: ROMANORUM(obverse), + A: IANVA QUAM: DEVS: PROTEGAT: D(reverse). There is a finenesse with a number of 800 on the coin. It was found by Shaliko Khadzhimba in Tsabal district (Gulrypsh district, Abkhazia), 2000. It was acquired from Timur Tsvizhba in 28 November, 2014.
2. Coin of 1740. Obverse: two-headed eagle ( with two small crowns and a large crown above them, reverse: DV HRA 1740. From the collection of Archimandrite Dorotheos (Dbar).
3. 5-kopeck coin, 1864. Obverse: the coat of arms of the Russian Empire. Reverse: 5 КОПѢЕКЪ. 1864. E.M. From the collection of Archimandrite Dorotheos (Dbar).
4. A coin with rubbed inscriptions on the obverse and reverse. From the collection of Archimandrite Dorotheos (Dbar).
5. The coin of 10 apsars. Silver, 2010. Obverse: the image of the church of St. Apostle Simon the Canaanite in the New Athos with the inscription: «Ацқьа Симон Кананит изку Афон Ҿыцтәи аныха. IX-X ашә.». Reverse: 10 ԥсарк. Аԥсны Абанк. 2010. Аg 925. Number of the certificate of authenticity: АԤ 013857.
6. The coin of 10 apsars. Silver, 2011. Obverse: the image of the church of St. Apostle Simon the Canaanite in New Athos with gilding and the inscription: «Ацқьа Симон Кананит изку Афон Ҿыцтәи аныха. IX-X ашә.». Reverse: 10 ԥсарк. Аԥсны Абанк. 2011. Аg 925. The number of the certificate of authenticity: АԤ 015492.
7. The coin of 10 apsars. Silver, 2009 Obverse: the image of Alexander Chachba (1867-1968). Reverse: 10 ԥсарк. Аԥсны Абанк. 2009. Аg 925. The number of the certificate of authenticity: АԤ 010577.
8. 9 one hundred-ruble coins. Silver, 2001 Obverse: the coat of arms of the Transnistrian Republic with the inscription: “100 rubles. The Transnistrian Republican Bank. 2001. Reverse: images of nine Orthodox churches of XVII-XIX centuries in the Transnistrian Republic. These coins were donated to the monastery of St. Apostle Simon the Canaanite in New Athos by the President of the Pridnestrovian Republic Smirnov Igor Nikolayevich during his visit to the New Athos Monastery in 2006.
9. 4 twenty-ruble coins. Silver, 2010. Reverse: images of four Orthodox cathedrals: of the Peter and Paul in St. Petersburg, the Dormition Cathedral in the Kremlin, the Nikolayev one in Mogilev and of Alexander Nevsky in Paris. Obverse: the coat of arms of the Republic of Belarus, the image of the bell and the inscription: “20 rubles. The Republic of Belarus. 2010. Ag 925 “. These coins were donated to the monastery of St. Apostle Simon the Canaanite in New Athos by the official delegation from the Republic of Belarus during the visit to the New Athos Monastery. The number of the certificate of authenticity: 4839.