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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 (57.00)


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; $60.00 (57.00)


Kingdom of Poland, Sigismund I, 1506 - 1548

|Poland|, |Kingdom| |of| |Poland,| |Sigismund| |I,| |1506| |-| |1548||groschen|
Sigismund I was nicknamed "the Old" in later history writings to distinguish him from his son and successor, Sigismund II Augustus. He was King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania from 1506 until his death in 1548. His 42-year reign, during the Polish Renaissance and Polish Golden Age, was marked by decisive contributions to Polish architecture, cuisine, language and customs, especially at the behest of his second wife, the Italian-born Bona Sforza.
WO92134. Silver groschen, Kopicki 7299, Gumowski 559, gF, toning,, weight 2.124 g, maximum diameter 22.8 mm, die axis 180o, Danzig (Gdansk, Poloand) mint, 1532; obverse *SIGIS*I*REX*PO*DO*TOCI*PRV (Sigismundus Primo Rex Poloniea Dominus Totius Prussiae - Sigismund I, king of Poland, Lord of all Prussia), crowned bust right; reverse ✿ GROSSVS*CIVI*DANC3*153Z (groschen of the city of Danzig 1532), city arms: crown over two crosses patte arranged in a vertical column; ex Busso Peus Nachf (Frankfurt am Main, Germany); $50.00 (47.50)


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.
ME89018. Silver randpfennige (rim pfennig), Kilger MOL A 3:1, Gumowski 49, gF, toned, light edge cracks, raised rim, weight 0.819 g, maximum diameter 14.6 mm, anonymous mint, c. 1027 - 1056 A.D.; obverse clover leaf cross; reverse small wedge cross with 12 pellets and dotted hooks; $40.00 (38.00)







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REFERENCES

Frey, A. The Dated European Coinage prior to 1501. (New York, 1915).
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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