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Coins from the Danish Estonia

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Danish Estonia, also known as the Duchy of Estonia, existed as the top-half of modern-day Estonia starting in 1219, when the Danes conquered the area to stop the frequent Estonia attacks on local trading. The area remained under Denmark's control until 1346, when the Danish king sold the area to the Teutonic Order. Read more

See also: Estonia, Denmark, City of Reval, Livonian Order

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Danish Estonia - Brakteat (1219-1346)

1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval) – obverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval) – reverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval)
(1219-1346)
Silver – 0.12 g – ø 15 mm
Haljak II# 4
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval) – obverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval) – reverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval)
(1219-1346)
Silver – 0.12 g – ø 15 mm
Haljak II# 5
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval) – obverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval) – reverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval)
(1219-1346)
Silver – 0.12 g – ø 15 mm
Haljak II# 8, Neum# 196
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval) – obverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval) – reverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Anonymous (Reval)
(1219-1346)
Silver – 0.12 g – ø 15 mm
Haljak II# 8

Numista referee for this country is Sulfur.

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