- CIRCULATED/UNCIRCULATED : Circulated
- COMPOSITION : Silver
- COUNTRY/REGION OF MANUFACTURE : Hungary
- CERTIFICATION : Uncertified
- YEAR : 1385-95
Queen Mary of Anjou (1385-1395) Silver Denar
Mary (1371 – 17 May 1395), the last member of the Capetian House of Anjou on the Hungarian throne, succeeded her father, Louis I, on 10 September 1382 with her mother, Elizabeth of Bosnia, as regent. Betrothed to Sigismund of Luxembourg in her father's lifetime, the queen married him in April 1385. She was deposed in December in favour of her agnate, King Charles II of Hungary, but his brief reign ended with his murder at Elizabeth's instigation in February 1386. In July, however, the newly restored queen and her mother were captured and imprisoned, and the latter was murdered in January next year. Released by her husband in June 1387, Mary reigned with him until her death.
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