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Stadtmuseum Gera - "Händelheller" (museum-digital:thüringen)
Stadtmuseum Gera Sammlung Ur- und Frühgeschichte [I 97]

Händelheller

Händelheller (Stadtmuseum Gera CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Händelheller waren im Mittelalter eine Art Pfennig und besonders im süddeutschen Raum verbreitet. Die im Jahr 1887 in Gera gefundenen Münzen stammen aus Schwäbisch-Hall und wurden Mitte des 14. Jahrhunderts geprägt. Der Fund umfasste ursprünglich etwa 1500 Stück und lässt auf ein bereits gut entwickeltes städtisches Handwerk und damit verbundene Handelstätigkeit schließen.

Material/Technique

Silber, geprägt

Measurements

Durchmesser 16-18 mm

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Wikipedia: "Heller (Münze)"

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