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1300-1400 Austria Hall Silver Hand Heller NGC MS64 Story Vault

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1300-1400 Austria Hall Silver Hand Heller NGC MS64 Story Vault

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Why add this impressively graded Silver Hand Heller of Medieval Austria to your collection?

The Hand Heller was a silver coin struck in 1300-1400, which was circulated around most of Europe and the Holy Roman Empire. The imagery of the coin was the first of its kind, depicting an act of God, rather than the figure of God. The coin captures the Right Hand of God held up in blessing. It is believed that people in possession of the coin were granted good luck and divine blessing from God. The coin was minted in Hall, now known as Schwäbisch Hall, located in the southern region of Germany. The coins were hand struck, with a weight ranging from 0.3-0.6 grams, and a diameter of 16-18 mm.

Stunning Medieval Style Imagery

The obverse image of a hand with its palm facing out is framed by a diamond shape. The image represents the Right Hand of God offering a blessing to the coin's owner. The reverse features a cross with a pellet at the end of each arm.

Mint State 64 by NGC

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has graded this beautiful example of a 1300-1400 Austria Hall Silver Hand Heller a Mint State 64. The impressive coin exhibits a few scuff marks, average luster and even strike, with overall good eye appeal. The coin is protected in an NGC holder with the official certification label.

Add this gorgeous Mint State Austrian Hand Heller symbolic of God's blessing to your collection! Purchase the superbly graded silver coin from MCM today!

Year of Issue:1300-1400
Mint:Austrian Mint
Grading Service:NGC
Finish:Mint State
Legal Tender:Austria
Obverse Design:Hand of God
Reverse Design:Cross Within Diamond Border