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Landesmuseum Württemberg - "Pfennig Heinrichs IV. von Henneberg" (museum-digital:baden-württemberg)
Landesmuseum Württemberg Kunst- und Kulturgeschichtliche Sammlungen Münzkabinett [MK 5593.5]

Pfennig Heinrichs IV. von Henneberg ((c) Landesmuseum Württemberg CC BY-SA)


Heinrich von Henneberg-Schleusingen heiratete im Jahr 1376 Mechthild, die Tochter des Badener Markgrafen Rudolf VI. Die Wappen der beiden Eheleute zieren die beiden Seiten dieses Pfennigs. Auf der Vorderseite ist die nur schwer zu erkennende Henne dargestellt, auf der Rückseite der badische Schrägbalken.
Diese Prägung stammt aus dem Münzfund von Jesingen, der an der Wende vom 14. zum 15. Jahrhundert verborgen und 1929 wieder gefunden wurde.


Vorderseite: Hennenschild im Perlkreis

Vorderseite: ENBERG
Rückseite: SLVSVG




Diameter: 16 mm

Weight: 0,48 g

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