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Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten Münzen und Medaillen zur Reformationsgeschichte Reformationsgeschichtliche Ereignismedaillen [MHB 220]

Medaille anlässlich der Einweihung des Melanchthonhauses Bretten 1903

Medaille anlässlich der Einweihung des Melanchthonhauses Bretten 1903 (Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten / Richard Menzel (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Vorderseite: Brustbild Melanchthons nach rechts mit Barett und im Talar. Umschrift: PHILIPP MELANCHTHON; Monogramm links am Armabschnitt: B.H. MAYER
Rückseite: Umschrift : Ansicht des Melanchthonhauses. Umschrift: MELANCHTHON-HAUS ZU BRETTEN 1903

Medailleur: Rudolf Mayer, Karlsruhe; Hersteller: B. H. Mayer, Pforzheim.

Material/Technique

Bronze, versilbert

Measurements

Dm 28 mm, Gewicht 10 g

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Created
Pforzheim
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Form designed
Karlsruhe
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Bretten
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Created Created
1903
Form designed Form designed
1903
1902 1905

Object from: Museum im Melanchthonhaus Bretten

Philipp Melanchthon (1497-1560) ist der berühmteste Sohn der Stadt Bretten. Er war Humanist, Universalgelehrter, Reformator und engster Mitarbeiter ...

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