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Dated Coins Of 1599 Ad Or Earlier

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1540 K-B and 1539 K-B Hungarian Denars under King Ferdinand I.







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1538 K-B and 1537 K-B Hungarian Denars under King Ferdinand I.







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1536 K-B and 1535 K-B Hungarian Denars under King Ferdinand I.







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1534 K-B and 1533 K-B Hungarian Denars under King Ferdinand I.







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1532 K-B Hungarian Denar under King Ferdinand I.



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Here are 2 1531 K-B Hungarian Denars under King Ferdinand I. The second one is a variant with a straight side shield and 3 rosettes above and to the right and left of the shield.







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I have 9 Hungarian Denars for 1530.

The first a 1530 A(un-barred)-B and the second a 1530 A-B
both under King John Zapolya.







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1530 A-B under King John Zapolya with backwards N's in the legend and missing the H in IOHANNES;and a 1530 C-Lily under King Ferdinand I (they ruled concurrently).







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1530 I-B under King John Zapolya and 1530 IB-K under King Ferdinand I







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1530 K-B and 1530 P-H,both under King Ferdinand I.







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1530 R-A under King John Zapolya.



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There is something familiar and comforting about seeing this run of coins from EddieDiz.
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You betcha--I think that @eddiediz has about every coin ever minted by Hungary.

To switch things up, here is a uniface Pfennig from the Austrian State of Kaernten dated 1517 AD. It is attributed as Saurma 763.



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Also from 1517:

Germany/Ottingen -- 1 batzen (Krause Ottingen MB#13):



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Quote:
Also from 1517


That "7" looks kinda tired.

And the letter Ns are backwards. Nice coin though.
"If you climb a good tree, you get a push."
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"The danger we all now face is distinguishing between what is authentic and what is performed."
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