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Coins from the Free Hanseatic city of Hamburg

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Free Hanseatic city of Hamburg - Mark (834-1552)

1 Mark = 16 Schilling = 48 Witten = 192 Pfennig • 1 Goldgulden = 4 Mark • 1 Ducat = 5 Mark

1 Hohlpfennig – obverse
1 Hohlpfennig – reverse
1 Hohlpfennig
(1350-1360)
Silver – 0.28 g
Gaed# 1394, Jesse# 176
1 Witten – obverse
1 Witten – reverse
1 Witten
(1350-1379)
Silver – 1.26 g – ø 19 mm
Gaed# 1091, Jesse# 303, Saur# 3411
1 Witten (Dreipasswitten) – obverse
1 Witten (Dreipasswitten) – reverse
1 Witten (Dreipasswitten)
(1400)
Silver – 1.29 g
Gaed# 1163, Jesse# 430
1 Schilling – obverse
1 Schilling – reverse
1 Schilling
(1400-1499)
Silver – 2.15 g – ø 25 mm
Gaed# 907, Saur# 3430
1 Schilling – obverse
1 Schilling – reverse
1 Schilling
(1468-1499)
Silver – 2.04 g
Gaed# 908, Schult# 1103, Jesse# 421
1 Mark – obverse
1 Mark – reverse
1 Mark
1506
Silver – 19.67 g
MB# 16, Gaed# 662, Schult# 1090, Jesse# 580
1 Goldgulden – obverse
1 Goldgulden – reverse
1 Goldgulden
(1440-1493)
Gold – 3.22 g
Fr# 1085, Gaed# 265f
1 Dukat – obverse
1 Dukat – reverse
1 Dukat
1497
Gold – 3.46 g – ø 23 mm
Levinson# I-362a, Fr# 1100

Free Hanseatic city of Hamburg - Thaler (1552-1872)

1 Thaler = 2 Mark = 32 Schilling = 96 Witten = 192 Blaffert = 384 Pfennig = 768 Scherf • 1 Goldgulden = 1.5 Thaler • 1 Ducat = 2 Thaler • 1 Portugalöser = 20 Thaler

1 Dreiling – obverse
1 Dreiling – reverse
1 Dreiling
1783-1803
Billon (.187) – 0.5 g – ø 13 mm
KM# 458
1 Dreiling – obverse
1 Dreiling – reverse
1 Dreiling
1807-1809
Billon (.187) – 0.51 g – ø 12 mm
KM# 522
1 Dreiling – obverse
1 Dreiling – reverse
1 Dreiling
1823-1839
Billon (.187) – 0.53 g – ø 11.31 mm
KM# 543, AKS# 31
1 Dreiling – obverse
1 Dreiling – reverse
1 Dreiling
1851
Silver (.187) – 0.51 g – ø 13 mm
KM# 569
1 Dreiling – obverse
1 Dreiling – reverse
1 Dreiling
1855
Silver (.187) – 0.51 g – ø 13 mm
KM# 582
1 Sechsling – obverse
1 Sechsling – reverse
1 Sechsling
1726-1764
Silver (.250) – 0.7 g – ø 15 mm
KM# 363
1 Sechsling – obverse
1 Sechsling – reverse
1 Sechsling
1778-1803
Silver (.250) – 0.76 g – ø 15 mm
KM# 454
1 Sechsling – obverse
1 Sechsling – reverse
1 Sechsling
1807-1839
Silver (.250) – 0.76 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 525
1 Sechsling (Pattern strike) – obverse
1 Sechsling (Pattern strike) – reverse
1 Sechsling (Pattern strike)
1809
Gold (.979) – 1.15 g
AKS# 23, J# 30b, Schlum# 346.14
1 Sechsling – obverse
1 Sechsling – reverse
1 Sechsling
1832
Silver (.250) – 0.76 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 550
1 Sechsling – obverse
1 Sechsling – reverse
1 Sechsling
1846
Silver (.250) – 0.76 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 564
1 Sechsling – obverse
1 Sechsling – reverse
1 Sechsling
1851
Silver (.250) – 0.76 g – ø 14 mm
KM# 572

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