German States Coins 5 Kreuzer Silver coin of 1765, Mainz (Archbishopric). German Coins, Münzen Deutschland, German coinage, silbermünzen, German silver coins, Münzen aus Deutschland, Numismatic Collection, Münzen Deutsches Kaiserreich

German Coins 5 Kreuzer Silver coin of Mainz (Archbishopric). Coins of Germany 5 Kreuzer Silver coin of Mainz (Archbishopric).

Coins of Germany Prussia, Otto von Bismarck wearing military spiked helmet Pickelhaube, Silver Mourning Thaler Coin of 1898. Obverse: Bust of Otto von Bismarck wearing a cuirassier officer's metal Pickelhaube

Coins of Germany Prussia, Otto von Bismarck wearing military spiked helmet Pickelhaube, Silver Mourning Thaler Coin of Obverse: Bust of Otto von Bismarck wearing a cuirassier officer's metal Pickelhaube

Moneda celta

How language is often a barrier to the communication of knowledge in ancient numismatics

Aureus of Emperor Domitian: Rome, 88-89 AD This gold coin of the Roman emperor Domitian celebrated his successes against the Germans.

Aureus of Emperor Domitian: Rome, C. This gold coin of the Roman emperor Domitian celebrated his successes against the Germans.

Edward the Confessor Penny - Edward the Confessor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

COIN FROM EDWARD THE CONFESSOR'S REIGN / Edward the Confessor, son of Æthelred the Unready and Emma of Normandy, was one of the last Anglo-Saxon kings of England and is usually regarded as the last king of the House of Wessex, ruling from 1042 to

"Four solid gold necklaces found in the floodplains of the Gelderland IJssel near Olst. The neck rings may be made ​​of melted Late Roman gold coins, 'solidi'. The decorations on the jewelry are simple and a typical Germanic style. The gold is extremely fine, no less than 22 karat. This jewelry may have belonged to prominent Germanic chieftains who had contact with the Roman Empire. Here they may have sacrificed their neck rings in the river to the gods, ca. 400 A.D."

Four solid gold necklaces found in the floodplains of the Gelderland IJssel near Olst. The neck rings may be made ​​of melted Late Roman gold coins, 'solidi'. The decorations on the jewelry are simple and a typical Germanic style. The gold is extremely fi

A Viking penny with an image of Thor’s hammer with a “Hand of God” resting on top on the reverse, and a drawn bow and arrow (possibly a misrepresentation of a ship) on the front. Cast out of silver. Made in 920 at the mint of Regnald, the Viking king at York. Currently held at the British Museum

A Viking penny with an image of Thor’s hammer with a “Hand of God” Made in 920 at the mint of Regnald, the Viking king at York~ the British Museum

Germanic swords. The Celtic influence on them is obvious (credit: VU University of Amsterdam).

Dutch archaeologists discover the location of Caesar’s battle and massacre on the Tencteri and Usipetes tribes

Germanic swords. The Celtic influence on them is obvious (credit: VU University of Amsterdam).

Viking Coin Striking set poured in soapstone molds.

Viking Age molds for making silver pendants--Crucifixes & Mjolnir (Thor's Hammer). Mjolnir pendants only became popular to compete with the crosses worn by those with the new religion at the spread of Christianity.

Key | Date: mid-18th century | Culture: German | Medium: Bronze-gilt

Key Date: century Culture: German Medium: Gilt bronze Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gilt Bronze Credit Line: Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1887 Accession Number: Not on view Provenance Terms related to this artwork

@readygunner | Original German Luger Owned by @NathanBennettPatinas

@readygunner | Original German Luger Owned by @NathanBennettPatinas

Dragons intertwined on Silver Viking Age disk brooch  9th century CE, England

C CE, England Viking age silver disk brooch with dragons intertwined.

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