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Landesmuseum Württemberg Münzkabinett Kunstkammer der Herzöge von Württemberg Kunst- und Kulturgeschichtliche Sammlungen [MK 23941]

As RIC 1548

http://bildarchiv.landesmuseum-stuttgart.de/P/Bildarchiv/174149/174149.jpg (Landesmuseum Württemberg CC BY-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Landesmuseum Württemberg (CC BY-SA)

Description

Die Münze war Teil der Neuenstädter Sammlung, die von den Herzögen aus der württembergischen Nebenlinie Neuenstadt zusammengetragen wurde. Im Jahr 1729 erwarb Herzog Eberhard Ludwig reg. 1693–1733 aus der Hauptlinie des Hauses Württemberg die Neuenstädter Sammlung und integrierte sie in die Stuttgarter Kunstkammer.
Die Münze zeigt:
Kopf nach rechts.
Hände mit Feldzeichen.

Inscription

Vorderseite: COMMODO CAES AVG FIL GERM SARM COS
Rückseite: PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS

Material / Technique

Bronze

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Diameter
27 mm
Weight
10,93 g
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Created
Rom
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Commissioned
Römisches Reich
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Commissioned
Römisches Reich
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-0027 - 0284
Created Created
0176
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[Last update: 2018/01/17]

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