Replica - Prague Groschen

Replica - Prague Groschen -  obverseReplica - Prague Groschen -  reverse

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Location Czech Republic
Type Souvenir medals › Replica
Years 1956-1966
Value 1 Grossi
Currency Replicas - Czech Republic
Composition Aluminium
Weight 1.5 g
Size 24.7 mm
Thickness 1.6 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑
Number N# 147391
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Replica. The Prague groschen (Czech: pražský groš, Latin: grossi pragenses, German: Prager Groschen, Polish: Grosz praski) was a groschen-type silver coin that became very common throughout Medieval Central Europe. It is a silver coin with on the obverse the legend DEI GRATIA REX BOEMIE ("By the grace of God the King of Bohemia") and on the reverse GROSSI PRAGENSES ("Prague groschen"). The weight of the coin varies between 3.5 and 3.7 g with a fineness of 933/1000 of silver. The groschen was subdivided into twelve parvus ("small") coins with a Bohemian heraldic lion sign on the obverse.





Due to damage on the coin, lettering on reverse "GROSSI:PRAGENSES*+*" is not complete, please update you possess the coin, thank you.

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1966  93%

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