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State seal of the Mongol Empire Guyuk Khan’s period
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Why this is a
Masterpiece

There is a king’s seal stamp on a state document which was presented to Pope Innocent by the third great Khan Guyuk of the Mongol Empire in 1246. Research and resource information about the original king's seal was used to recreate the original seal form. Although a recreation, it nevertheless has historical value.

History of the Object
The seal stamp was copied directly from the original King's seal stamp from the 13th Century.

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Type
Coins and medals 
Materials
Steel, sandalwood, copper, silver, gold, gemstone 
Measurements
30.8 kg. 
Creator name
Smith D. Enkhdavaa 
Creator date
20th Century - 21st Century 
Where it was made
Mongolia 
Geography
Mongolia 
Time period
AD 20th century ~ AD 21th century 
Creation date
21st Century; 2006 
Function
Reverence symbol 
Acquisition
Received in Mongolian Statehood history museum's collection fund from N. Enkhbold, Chief Minister of the Cabinet Secretariat on the 16th September, 2008, based on the No 23 report. 
Copyright
 
Acknowledgements
 
Owner
Mongolian Statehood History Museum 
Museum
Mongolian Statehood History Museum 
Credit line
 

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