Collection of Medieval Coins: 15th - 17th Century, Prague Groschen, Poland, Sweden, Lithuania, 1/24 Thaler, Solidus, Boratinca, 36 pcs.
1. Prague Groschen, biggest in size and highest by quality early medieval European coin (D. 2,9 cm - Silver).
2. Poland - 1/24 Thaler 1623/1625 (11 coins) - Silver
3. Poland / Riga 1/24 Thaler of Alexander I Jagiellon (2 coins) - Silver
Alexander I Jagiellon (Polish: Aleksander Jagiellończyk; Lithuanian: Aleksandras Jogailaitis) (5 August 1461 – 19 August 1506) of the House of Jagiellon was the Grand Duke of Lithuania and later also King of Poland.
4. Poland Shostak (6 groschen), 1664, silver
5. Interesting small size Silver/Bilon Solidus, 7 pcs.
6. Poland Boratinka, 14 pcs, copper
Wholesale offer - coins are good for Educational purposes and beginners in collecting Genuine Medieval Coins to feel how real coins looks like...
Ref: Medieval Czechoslovakia (Bohemia) Prague Groschen 1278 to 1564
Czech coin minting reform was introduced by Wenceslaus II (1278 to 1305AD). Thanks to rich deposits of silver in Kutna Hora, Prague groschen became a substitute for still circulating dinars and brektty.
These are silver coins which weigh near 4 grams with fineness around 0.930. Prague groschen over the centuries show a stylized image of a crown and, on the other side, a crowned two-tailed lion. Names of individual rules appear on the inner circle of the crown side, with DEI GRATIA REX BOHEMIA on the outer circle. On the obverse the legend DEI GRATIA REX BOEMIA ("By the grace of God the King of Bohemia") and on the reverse GROSSI PRAGENSES ("Prague groschen").
WENCEZLAVS SECUNDUS 1278-1305
PRIMUS IOHANNES 1310-1346
PRIMUS KAROLUS 1346-1378
WENCEZLAVS TERCIUS 1378-1419
PRIMUS LADISLAVS 1453-1457
PRIMUS GEORGIUS 1458-1471
WLADISLAVS SECUNDUS 1471-1516
PRIMUS LUDOVICUS 1516-1526
FPRIMUS FERDINANDUS 1526-1564
- Bohemen, Litouwen, Polen, Zweden
- Jaar / Periode en Variatie
- Lot various coins 15th and 17th century (36 pieces)
- Aantal items
- Diverse condities