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E-auction 25-7622 - HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE - HANAU-MÜNZENBERG - PHILIPP MORITZ 3 kreuzers 1614

HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE - HANAU-MÜNZENBERG - PHILIPP MORITZ 3 kreuzers 1614  VF
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Estimate : 45 €
Price : 14 €
Maximum bid : 14 €
End of the sale : 07 October 2013 16:51:00
bidders : 5 bidders
Type : 3 kreuzers
Date: 1614
Metal : billon
Diameter : 20,8 mm
Orientation dies : 10 h.
Weight : 1,39 g.
Rarity : R1
Coments on the condition:
Bien centré

Obverse


Obverse legend : * MON. TVT. HANAV. RI. E. MVNT.
Obverse description : Écu couronné et écartelé de Hanau-Münzenberg.

Reverse


Reverse legend : MATTHI. D. G. IM. RO. SEM. A. 1614.
Reverse description : Aigle bicéphale couronnée portant un globe crucigère contenant le chiffre 3.
Reverse translation : (Mathias Ier, par la grâce de Dieu, empeur des Romains et toujours auguste).

Historical background


HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE - Hanau-Munzenberg - PHILIP MORITZ

(25/08/1605-3/08/1638)

(1612-3/08/1638)

The lineage of Hanau-Munzenberg founded in 1451, died in 1642 and went into the Hanau-Lichtenberg line in 1642. The Hanau-Munzenberg passed in 1736 to the Hesse-Cassel family to settle the Hanau-Lichtenberg line. Moritz Philip succeeded his father at the age of seven. His mother, Princess Katharina Belgica of Orange-Nassau, acts as regent until the majority of Philip Moritz. Serious tensions between him and his mother about the end of the Regency, and the place of her mother in the government. One of the reasons that the question of the regency's never been liquidated, is linked to the Thirty Years War. From the Thirty Years War, Philip Moritz chose the imperial camp to keep the command of his imperial city. In November 1631, the Swedish troops entered the city, and Philip Moritz changes sides. From that moment, he obtained a regiment of Swedish soldiers. After the Battle of Nördlingen in September 1634 and the victory of the Imperial forces on the Swedish, Philippe decides to flee Mortiz.

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