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Coins of Poland
Upper Lusatia, Meissen, Conrad II - Henry III, 1027 - 1056 A.D.

|Poland|, |Upper| |Lusatia,| |Meissen,| |Conrad| |II| |-| |Henry| |III,| |1027| |-| |1056| |A.D.||randpfennige| |(rim| |pfennig)|
Meissen (in German Meien) is a town northwest of Dresden on both banks of the Elbe river. Lusatia also known as Sorbia, is a historical region in Central Europe, split between Germany and Poland. The region is the home of the ethnic group of Sorbs.
ME89017. Silver randpfennige (rim pfennig), Kilger MOL A 3:1, Gumowski 49, VF, weak strike, raised rim, weight 0.949 g, maximum diameter 14.1 mm, die axis 270o, anonymous mint, c. 1027 - 1056 A.D.; obverse clover leaf cross, dots and dotted wedges in quarters; border of triangles, V's and other shapes simulating a legend; reverse small cross with 12 pellets around, border of triangles, annulets and other shapes simulating a legend; $60.00 (60.60)


Upper Lusatia, Meissen, Conrad II - Henry III, 1027 - 1056 A.D.

|Poland|, |Upper| |Lusatia,| |Meissen,| |Conrad| |II| |-| |Henry| |III,| |1027| |-| |1056| |A.D.||randpfennige| |(rim| |pfennig)|
Meissen (in German Meien) is a town northwest of Dresden on both banks of the Elbe river. Lusatia also known as Sorbia, is a historical region in Central Europe, split between Germany and Poland. The region is the home of the ethnic group of Sorbs.
ME92097. Silver randpfennige (rim pfennig), Kilger MOL A 3:1, Gumowski 49, gF, toned, raised rim, weight 1.130 g, maximum diameter 15.5 mm, die axis 0o, anonymous mint, c. 1027 - 1056 A.D.; obverse clover leaf cross, border of triangles, X's and other shapes simulating a legend; reverse small cross with 12 pellets around, border of triangles, X's and other shapes simulating a legend; $50.00 (50.50)


Silesia, German States, Leopold I the Hogmouth, Holy Roman Emperor, 18 July 1658 - 5 May 1705

|Poland|, |Silesia,| |German| |States,| |Leopold| |I| |the| |Hogmouth,| |Holy| |Roman| |Emperor,| |18| |July| |1658| |-| |5| |May| |1705||3| |Kreuzer|
Leopold was short and ugly; with an exaggerated Habsburg lip. His speech was awkward, manner uncouth, and personality unemotional and unsympathetic. He was also a man of industry, education, and of some political ability. Strong and healthy, he loved hunting and riding. He also had a taste for music and composed several Oratorios and Suites of Dances.
WO76540. Silver 3 Kreuzer, KM Silesia 471, KM Austria 1230, Herinek 1536, gVF, well struck, uneven toning, weight 1.632 g, maximum diameter 21.5 mm, die axis 0o, Silesia, Breslau (Wroclaw, Poland) mint, warden Salomon Hammerschmidt, 1667; obverse LEOPOLDVS . D . G .-. R . I . S . A . G . H . B ., laureate and draped bust right, 3 (denomination) in frame below; reverse ARCHID. A. D. BVR. E. SIL . 16-67 ., crowned double-headed imperial eagle with arms on its chest, holding a sword and a scepter, crown breaking date above, (SHS) dividing legend below; SOLD







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REFERENCES

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Frynas, J. Medieval Coins of Bohemia, Hungary and Poland. (London, 2015).
Gumowski, M. Handbuch der Polnischen Numismatik. (Graz, 1960).
Herinek, L. Osterreichische Mnzprgungen. (Vienna, 1984).
Kilger, C. Pfennigmrkte und Whrungslandschaften : Monetarisierungen im schsisch-slawischen Grenzland ca. 965-1120. (Stockholm, 2000).
Kopicki, E. Ilustrowany Skorowidz Pienidzy Polskich i z Polska Zwiazanych. (Warsaw, 1995).
Kopicki, E. Monety Zygmunta III Wazy. (Szczecin, 2007).
Krause, C. & C. Mishler. Standard Catalog of World Coins. (Iola, WI, 2010 - ).
Levinson, R. The early dated coins of Europe 1234-1500. (Williston, VT, 2007).
von Saurma-Jeltsch, H. Die saurmasche Mnzsammlung deutscher, schweizerischer und polnischer Geprge. (Berlin, 1892).
Wegge, G. Deutsche Munzen 800 - 1871: Ergebnisse aus Auktionen Preise aus Listen. (Vienna, 2001).

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