Münzen des Mittelalters
Nachbildung der Münze aus dem 15. Jahrhundert - die goldene ECU des französischen Königs Karl VIII. (1483-1498).
- Durchmesser 31 mm
- Dicke 2 mm
- Material Messing
Mailberg Dukat - eine mittelalterliche Münze (maltesischen Ritter von Mailberg in Österreich). Material: massiver Tombak Dicke: 2 mm Durchmesser 26,5 mm (+1 mm) Gewicht ca. 8g
Tolar, Joachimsthaler, Bohemia, replica. Diameter: 40 mm, thickness: 2mm. Material: aluminium. In the 16th century, Count Hieronymus Schlick of Bohemia began minting coins - Joachimsthalers (from German thal, modern spelling Tal, "valley"), named for Joachimsthal, the valley in the Ore…
MARIA (1342 - 1382), Denarius, tin replica of a Hungarian coin. Hand casted with patina. Size: approx. 2.8 cm in a diameter.
Material: Brass. Size: 22 mm. The imperial Ducat of Charles IV coined after 1355. Unlike those of other European rulers, the Ducats of Charles IV were coined in only a small quantity due to the limited gold resources in the Jilove and Kasperske Hory gold ore mines. It is therefore a very precious…
Material: Aluminum. Size: 40 mm. The artistic design places this very rare Thaler from the Olomouc mint among the most beautiful works of European coin art of the 17th century. Apart from silver coins, the 10-Ducat, 5-Ducat and the unique 25-Ducat coins were minted using the same coin dies. A…
Material: Brass. Size: 21 mm The Florin was the first Czech golden coin, minted since 1325. The minting of Czech Florins was rather a representative issue as Bohemia lacked larger resources of gold. The high quality of the Florins caused them to disappear from circulation – the coins were melted…
The rare Ducat of von Wallenstein from 1628 bears an unusual year on the reverse, 628. It seems that the engraver of the coin die erred in designing the type and there was not enough space for the missing figure 1. Von Wallensteins gold The commencement of minting of the coins of von Wallenstein…
The Prague groschen was a silver coin that was very common throughout the Medieval Central Europe. Minting of Prague Groshen coins started around 1300 after rich silver mines had been discovered in the Kutna Hora region during the reign of the Bohemian king Wenceslas II. Because of high amount of…
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