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Why add this Madonna and Child Silver Denar in Story Vault Holder to your collection?
The Hungarian Madonna and Child silver Denar is known as "Maddonnenmunzen," to distinguish it from the earlier medieval Hungarian "Shield Coin." The design, introduced in the mid-1400's, symbolized the beginning of the Renaissance in Hungary. Different from earlier European medieval coins, this coin type was one of the first to feature a full date, although it is frequently obscured or off the flan due to Minting by hand strike. When visible, some issues have inscribed dates below the Madonna, while others, typically those struck prior to 1570, are dated above the Coat of Arms.
Renaissance style Madonna and Child
The infant Jesus is held in the arms of the crowned Madonna on the obverse, surrounded by a beaded border. The legend "PATRONA VNGARIE" translates to "the Patron Saint of Hungary." On either side of the Madonna are the letters "K" and "B," which represent the coin's Mint mark.
The reverse illustrates the Hungarian Royal Coat of Arms, a shield decorated with four Hungarian symbols, bordered by the ruling monarch's name and title.
NGC About Uncirculated 58
This Hungary Silver Denar featuring the Madonna and Child design is graded About Uncirculated 58 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Encased in an NGC Story Vault Holder with certification label, this circulated coin is of overall average quality; exhibiting full detail with slight friction on the high points, and almost all of its original Mint luster.
Don't miss the opportunity to add this piece of Renaissance history in Story Vault Holder to your collection!
This Random Date (c. 1450-1620) Hungary Madonna & Child Silver Denar NGC AU58 Story Vault is proudly minted by the Kremnica Mint. The Kremnica Mint roots back to the fourteenth century and still operates today.
|Year of Issue:||c. 1450-1620|