Can anyone help me identify this coin?

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Thesymbolteam, Sep 23, 2021.

  1. Thesymbolteam

    Thesymbolteam Member

    Can anyone help me identify this coin?
    9-10 mm 0.32 g
    I tried to search online but failed.
    Thank you in advance!

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  3. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    Looks like a german or polish medieval coin to me.
  4. Thesymbolteam

    Thesymbolteam Member

    I’ve been investigating a lot of it since last day. But no one has been able to get any further.
  5. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    Yeah I'm still looking. I see a lot of similar coins but nothing exact yet. German is my best guess for now.
  6. Thesymbolteam

    Thesymbolteam Member

    He shows the greatest similarity so far with the pfennig of Leopold VI mint of Enns. The tail of a winged creature is the same.
    And from whom I bought it, he also sold me one such coin next to the other.


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  7. ewomack

    ewomack 魚の下着

    These are very hard to pin down because many types and variations seem to exist. I have one such coin that I found by searching "German Medieval" on MA-Shops. Similar coins appear under searches such as:

    -German coins Regensburg Bishopric Pfennig Johann I von Moosburg (1384-1409)
    -Bayern Pfennig Otto II. 1231-1253.

    -Böhmen Neuböhmen Erlangen Pfennig Karl I. (IV.) v. Luxemburg
    -Brandenburg-Franken Pfennig auf Würzburger Schlag um 1365-1388 Langenzenn Friedrich V. 1361-1397 Selten. Prägeschwächen

    My own sample had the following description:
    "Mittelalter Deutschland. Pfennig (1441). Leichte Prägeschwäche. Sehr schön-vorzüglich. Augsburg-Bistum u. Stadt (gemeinschaftlich)."
  8. Thesymbolteam

    Thesymbolteam Member

    That’s why I asked for help because it’s hard.
    I have already reviewed thousands of coin images.
  9. The Eidolon

    The Eidolon Well-Known Member

    You might try the Ancients sub-forum. I think anything before 1500 or so is OK to post there. It's too old for any of my reference books tp help, unfortunately.
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