1525-1569 Prussia, Silver Groschen - Albrecht von Brandenburg NGC XF45 Story Vault
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Why Purchase This XF45 1525-1569 Prussia Albrecht von Brandenburg Silver Groschen?
While Europe has had many intriguing periods throughout history, many believe that the Reformation was one of the most critical. The Reformation would last for well over 100 years. This period was largely triggered as a result of the 95 Theses written by Martin Luther. This Prussian silver groschen was minted between 1525 and 1569.
Albert of Brandenburg
The portrait on the obverse depicts Albert of Brandenburg. Brandenburg was an archbishop who was selling indulgences, he even had a copy of the 95 Theses delivered directly to him. If you're looking for the date, it can be found above the portrait and to the left.
The outer ring of the reverse design is filled with inscriptions. The central portion shows a heraldic eagle.
Graded XF45 by NGC
The unbiased professionals at the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) certified this coin. They assigned it the grade of Extra Fine 45 (XF45). They use a grading scale with a maximum of 70. The grade of Extra Fine 45 means that this coin shows wear but it still has many original details that are clearly visible.
Add this NGC XF45 1525-1569 Prussia Albert of Brandenburg silver groschen to your collection while you have the chance.
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