Coins of Medieval Austria and Germany, From the Time of the Black Plague (Black Death)
Possibly the most devastating pandemic in human history, the Black Plague (also known as the Black Death) ravaged Europe
in the mid-1300's, peaking between the years 1347 and 1350. Now known as the Bubonic Plague, the disease is estimated
to have killed 75 million people, roughly 30-60% of Europe's population.

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Black Plague! From the time of the Black Death, c. 1340-1360 AD. Struck in Hall, Germany. Silver "Heller". Hand with palm forward / Cross with arms ending in pellets, all within circular border.
16 mm, 0.51 g. ref: Saurma 1364. VF, toned and very nice with an eerie feel! #CM2192: $299

Black Plague! From the time of the Black Death, c. 1340-1360 AD. Struck in Hall, Germany. Silver "Heller". Hand with palm forward / Cross with arms ending in pellets, all within circular border.
17 mm, 0.46 g. ref: Saurma 1364. VF, dark tone. Nicer than this washed-out photo! #CM2195: $199


Medieval Austria. Ottokar II, 1261-1276 AD. Silver pfennig, Vienna mint. Duck left / Star in center of circular vine. ref: Luschin 78a, Koch 168. 17 mm, 0.86 g. Gunmetal-grey tone. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CM2206: $75


Medieval Austria. Albert (Albrecht V), 1404-1439 AD (also known as Albert II, King of the Germans). Silver pfennig, struck at Vienna. Shield with monograms around / Uniface (one side with detail).
15 mm, 0.43 g. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CM2207: $60


Medieval Austria. Albert (Albrecht I), 1282-1308 AD. Silver pfennig, struck at Vienna. Cross made of 4 Lis, Annulet in each angle / Weak strike, 6-pointed star. ref: Luschin 93a. 16 mm, 0.75 g. Nicely toned. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CM2208: $60


Medieval Austria. Carinthia Ferdinand I, 1521-1564 AD. Billon Pfennig of 1535. Double shield of arms in lozenge, date above. Uniface (one side with detail). ref: Saurm. 774v. 14 mm, 0.37 g. Brassy tone. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CM2209: $45


Medieval Austria. Albert (Albrecht) II, 1330-1358 AD. Silver pfennig, Vienna mint. Luschin 161, Koch 247. 14.5 mm, 0.44 g. Dark toning. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CM2210: $45


Medieval Austria. Ottokar II, 1261-1276 AD. Silver pfennig, Vienna mint. Duck left / Star in center of circular vine. ref: Luschin 78a, Koch 168. 20 mm, 0.80 g. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CM2211: $75

The reverse of these Pfennig (penny) coins is often disfigured due to the striking process, known as the "vierschlag method", where the reverse was struck first. The coin was then turned over and the obverse struck. In the process of striking the obverse, the reverse was usually obliterated.

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Medieval Sicily. Charles of Anjou, 1266-1282 AD. Copper denaro, Messana mint. Cross Moline / Octafoil cross. 17 mm. Beautiful example! #1216: $75 SOLD


Medieval Sicily, Charles of Anjou, 1266-1282 AD. Billon denaro. "SICIL" with fleur-de-lis above and star below / Cross with four pellets. 15 mm with nice sandy patina. #1208: $75 SOLD

Medieval Sicily, under rule of Philip IV of Spain, 1621-1665 AD. Bronze grano. "VT COMMO DIVS / Multiple Christian crosses. 20 mm, nice sandy patina. #1223: $75 SOLD



Kingdom of Sicily, Frederick II, 1197-1250 AD.
Billon denaro, Messina mint. His crowned head left, + FRIDERICVS DEI R around / Cross pattée, atar in quarters, + GRA REX SICILIE. 14 mm, 0.69 g. ref: MIR Sicily 204v. #CM2253: $75
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