30 Mar 2022

Coins of the German States: Saxony

Young Numismatists Exchange | Coinyoshi

Hello and welcome to another Coins of the German States blog! Two things before I get started: First, the coin in the picture is not in my collection. Second, Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt are two different states. I got confused about that while writing this. I might do a German States blog on the latter in the future. (It's nice because I get to choose what to write about here, unlike in school!)

29 Mar 2022

Coins of the German States: Hesse-Nassau and Hesse-Darmstadt

Young Numismatists Exchange | Coinyoshi

Hello and welcome to another Coins of the German States blog! This time, there will be two states featured, simply because they are united today and I felt that they were very similar to each other. Hesse-Nassau was actually a Prussian state for some time, so a lot of the coins there are Prussian issued, which I will get to later (also I have covered Prussia on an earlier blog). Also, the picture is not a coin from my collection.

02 Sep 2021

Coins of the German States: Baden

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(I did not bother to add a picture this time :)

29 Aug 2021

Coins of the German States: Hamburg

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Again, Picture in blog is of genuine coin, but not from my collection.

13 Aug 2021

Coins of the German States: Prussia

Coins - World | Coinyoshi

So, I was reading my book in my basement, and I found a coin from Danzig lying on the ground. I had lost it a few weeks earlier, and seeing it gave me a great idea for a blog series, one on the German States. Even though Danzig wasn't a German state, at one point it was part of Prussia. So I thought that it would be nice to do something other than 450 words and create another series.

29 Jan 2018

Bell Thalers

Coins-World | World_Coin_Nut

The seven bell thalers are well know crown coins from Brunswich, one of the most active, numismatically, German States. These are all popular with collectors and difficult to find, especially in mint state. All have a version of a bell themed reverse with an obverse of either the Duke Augustus or the dukes arms surrounded by five helmets.


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