"Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg". During the period of time when it was part of the. The second date of the new.
Coinage, it was struck at the Hamburg mint in 1876. Hamburg was founded by the first. Charlemagne, in the ninth century. In 1241 it joined with Lübeck to form the.And with Bremen continued in that hereditary, oligarchic, organization until the. They just continue to use the title. It eventually became a part of the German Empire in 1871. It struck city coins almost continually from about 1250 until World War I put an end to the. Weight: 27.61 Grams, 38 Millimeters. "Standard Catalog of World Coins". Beribboned helmet atop supported arms with city gate.
J mint mark of the Hamburg mint below. Crowned eagle, order chain around its neck and arms on its breast.
Eagle, holding orb and scepter, also with Hohenzollern arms on its breast. This type, with the smaller Imperial eagle was only struck intermittently until 1888.
The wonder is, how did it manage to avoid all the intervening, large silver coin cleaners as well as melting pots. As grading is subjective, please see the pictures and judge for yourself. For international > please see below.
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