Hamburg

Hamburg

Hamburg

Hamburg's official name reflects its history as a member of the medieval Hanseatic League, as a free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire, a city-state, and one of the 16 states of Germany.
The history of Hamburg begins with its foundation in the 9th century as a mission settlement to convert the Saxons. Since the Middle Ages Hamburg was an important trading centre in Europe. The convenient location of the port and its independence as a city and state for centuries strengthened this position. The city was member in the medieval Hanseatic trading league and a free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire.


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Product no.: 351024

Hamburg, City, Goldgulden N.D.

With title Frederick III.

St.Peter standing with key and book.


Rs.Imperial orb in trefoil.

 

Product no.: 152927

Hamburg, City, 1/4 Reichstaler N.D. (1687)

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Product no.: 386898

Hamburg, Free and Hanseatic City, 32 Schilling 1758 IHL

135.00 € *

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Product no.: 345750

Hamburg, Free and Hanseatic City, Dreiling 1761 OHK

City gate in laurel wreath

Rv.Denomination and date in laurel wreath

125.00 € *

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Product no.: 350303

Hamburg, Free and Hanseatic City, Thaler 1735 IHL

Helmeted arms dividing IH - L

Rv.Crowned double headed eagle, date below

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Product no.: 62561

Hamburg, Free and Hanseatic City, Thaler 1694

City arms in frame, date in box below

Rv.Crowned double headed eagle holding sceptre and sword

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Product no.: 377341

Hamburg, Free and Hanseatic City, 32 Schilling 1751 IHL

Helmeted arms with arabesques, denomination below

Rv. Crowned double-headed eagle

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