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Dutch Republic (Netherlands), Trade Coinage, 1758

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Struck during the Seven Years War, known as the French and Indian War in North America.
SH58752. Gold Ducat, Krause KM 12.3, EF, slightly wavy flan, weight 3.432 g, maximum diameter 22.0 mm, die axis 0o, Utrecht mint, 1758; obverse CONCORDIA RES PAR CRES HOL, armored knight standing right, sword in right, filleted bundle of arrows in left, 17-58 across field; reverse MO:ORD: / PROVIN / FOEDER / BELG.AD / LEG.IMP, legend within framed tablet; SOLD

German Empire, Prussia, Kaiser Wilhem II, 15 June 1888 ? 9 November 1918

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Mintage 5,815,000. Gold .900, actual gold weight - 0.2305 oz.
SH73975. Gold 20 Mark, Jaeger 252, Friedberg 3831; Krause KM-521, VF, weight 7.904 g, maximum diameter 22.4 mm, die axis 0o, Berlin mint, 1894-A; obverse WILHELM II DEUTSCHER KAISER KONIG V. PREUSSEN, head of Kaiser Wilhem II right, A below; reverse DEUTSCHES REICH 1912 / * 20 MARK *, crowned imperial eagle (type III); inscribed edge lettering: GOTT MIT UNS; ex CNG e-auction 345, part of lot 735; ex Patrick H. James Collection; SOLD

Kaffa, Crimea, Genoese Trading Colony, 1421 - 1435

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Kaffa (Feodosiya, Ukraine) is infamous for bringing the Black Death to Europe. In 1347, Tartar forces besieging the city began to die off. At first the Genoese hoped this would end the siege, but then the enemy catapulted plagued infested corpses into the city. Although they quickly dumped the bodies into the sea, the damage was done. Hoping to escape the spreading disease, four Genoese ships, thought to be untainted, departed for Italy.
ME58628. Silver asper, cf. Schlumberger, XVII, 26 - 27, VF, weight 0.918 g, maximum diameter 14.9 mm, Kaffa mint, 1420 - 1435; obverse DV [...], Castle of Genoa within incomplete circle of dots; reverse Arabic inscription naming the khan of the Golden Horde as overlord, tamga symbol within linear circle; rare; SOLD


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Medieval Coins