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Re: МОНЕТЫ ЧРЕЗВЫЧАЙНЫХ ОБСТОЯТЕЛЬСТВ
« Ответ #30 : 03 Февраль 2018, 02:24:05 »
ушла за 500 евро
указано правда эта медаль "за заслуги" вторая известная в медном исполнении
cayon ещё пишет что "это не просто механика" - но  "намеренно испорченный антимонархически настроенными людьми королевский профиль"

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Re: МОНЕТЫ ЧРЕЗВЫЧАЙНЫХ ОБСТОЯТЕЛЬСТВ
« Ответ #31 : 11 Март 2018, 15:08:43 »
В чем прелесть осадных монет: известны обстоятельства чеканки и обращения, вплоть до месяца и даже дня (!) эмиссии, а так же территории замка/города, где они были в ходу!
TOURNAI, assiégée par Alexandre Farnèse (1er octobre - 30 novembre 1581), AR 50 sols, émission du 5 octobre 1581
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Re: МОНЕТЫ ЧРЕЗВЫЧАЙНЫХ ОБСТОЯТЕЛЬСТВ
« Ответ #32 : 28 Май 2018, 15:32:21 »
20 штюберов на обломке серебряной посуды, осада Юлиха 1621 года
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« Ответ #33 : 28 Май 2018, 15:33:38 »
Медные 8 стюверов, осада Маастрихта
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Re: МОНЕТЫ ЧРЕЗВЫЧАЙНЫХ ОБСТОЯТЕЛЬСТВ
« Ответ #34 : 28 Май 2018, 15:40:39 »
Монеты, - одни из самых интересных и редких в истории Англии - осадные шиллинги Замка Понтефракт, изготовленные из серебряной посуды замка:
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Very Rare Pontefract Besieged Shilling
Charles I (1625-49) octagonal siege of Pontefract Castle Shilling 1648, S-3148, N-2646, very rare! These pieces, struck during the period of June 1648 to March 1649, were hand-made from silver plate either taken by or given to the king's forces, while the castle was under heavy siege as the loyalist position steadily deteriorated; these coins are among the most intriguing of the entire English series, and seldom offered. The legend DVM SPIRO SPERO on the side most numismatists consider to be the obverse (featuring a crowned CR) translates to mean "Whilst I live, I hope" in English, which is indicative of King Charles' plight, for while the castle remained under siege he was captured, tried, and executed on 30 January 1649 for his "crimes" against the commonwealth (he was accused of treason). It was seemingly the end of the Stuart rule (his son was not to return from hiding in the French court of the Sun King for more than a decade), and surely many loyalists saved coins such as this as mementoes of an era they believed had ended. If caught during the Commonwealth era with such a coin, a citizen might be executed, so many such pieces were destroyed. Luckily, a small number survived until the Restoration in 1660. The reverse of this excellent example features a charming if crudely engraved image of a castle, with "PC" above its central tower, "OBS" for "besieged" vertically to the left, the date 1648 below the castle gate, and an arm extending to the right holding out a sword! The king's plight (this coin was made after he was imprisoned) as thus displayed remains alluring to this day. The castle itself dated to within two decades of the Norman conquest. It had long been used as a prison, housing Richard II (who died within its walls), James I when he was king of Scotland, and even the Duke of Orleans after Henry V captured him at the Battle of Agincourt in October 1415. Richard III lived there when visiting Yorkshire. Castle Pontefract endured three sieges during the English Civil War, and following the king's execution it was torn down by order of Parliament; the surrounding town suffered severely during the sieges. The castle's enduring fame emanates from its use by the king's forces towards the very end of his battles against Oliver Cromwell. The primary siege coinage was shillings, although an incredibly rare double-shilling also exists. The presently offered shilling is among the finest pieces this cataloguer has been privileged to handle, essentially grading XF for the issue, beautifully shaped, toned a most pleasing light silvery gray, and displaying on its castle side a metal flaw which, to our eyes, only enhances its appeal because it is a dramatic portrayal in and of itself of the stressful moment in history under which these emergency bits of money came into brief existence and use. All in all, here is a simply wonderful example of the Pontefract (pronounced "pom-fret") coinage!   
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