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Why add this Mint State Austrian Silver Hand Heller to your collection?
This stunning Austria Silver Hand Heller is one of the most revered coins of the Medieval era, known and appreciated for its groundbreaking imagery and symbolism. The 16-18 mm coin struck at the Hall Mint weighing approximately 0.3-0.6 grams, represents the first time the image of God was implied on a coin, rather than depicted. The coin features the Right Hand of God, offering blessings and good luck to all those who possess the coin. This is the understood meaning of the coin since the coin lacks an image of a king or follower as a recipient of God's blessing. The Hand Heller was heavily circulated throughout the Holy Roman Empire and Europe; this exceptional Mint State example is sure to be a treasured addition to any collection.
Gorgeous Imagery Representing the Hand of God
The obverse is graced with the powerful religious image of the Right Hand of God, held palm facing out, in the universal gesture of blessing. The reverse features a second religious icon, a cross with equal length arms.
Beautiful NGC Mint State 63
This remarkable Austria Hall Silver Hand Heller, struck 1300-1400, has been graded Mint State 63 by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Encased in a protective NGC holder, the uncirculated Mint State coin is of average quality, exhibiting several varied marks or hairlines, with overall attractive eye appeal.
Don't wait, add this extraordinary Austrian Heller depicting the Right Hand of God to your collection today!
This 1300-1400 Austria Hall Silver Hand Heller NGC MS63 Story Vault is proudly minted by the Austrian Mint. The Austrian Mint, located in Vienna, Austria, has been operating for over 825 years.
|Year of Issue:||1300-1400|
|Obverse Design:||Hand of God|
|Reverse Design:||Cross Within Diamond Border|