The Middle Ages in Silver

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Fulfilled by Ancient Coins (Pre 1500)

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Description

In the Middle Ages, the Friesacher Pfennig was one of the most important methods of payment in the area of what is now Austria.

The historical silver coins are named after the city of Friesach in Carinthia, where the archbishops of Salzburg built a mint close to a silver mine.

This set contains 2 silver coins which are around 800 years old from 2 subsequent archbishops of Salzburg.

Specification

  • Length: 195.0000
  • Height: 30.0000
  • Base metal: .999 Silver
  • Country of issue: Austria
  • Face value: 1 Friesacher Pfennig

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