Germany, Nuremberg, Charles V, 1500-1558, Silver Medal ca. 1521, Nuremberg, dedication Medal on his crowning, extremely rare


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Germany. Nuremberg. Silver cast Medal nd (ca. 1521). Charles V dedication Medal on his crowning and the planned Imperial Diet in Nuremberg. Silver 33.72 g.; 49.0 mm. After H. Krafft, after a design by Albrecht Dürer.
Obverse: crowned and armoured bust right with order chain of the Golden Fleece // Reverse: blank

cf Bernhart 62; cf Cupperi/Hirsch/Kranz/Pfisterer 100; cf Habich I, 1, 18; cf Slg. Opitz 1784.

Old silver cast. Four eyelets at the bottom. Extremely rare. Good very fine


Charles V (1500–1558) was a Holy Roman Emperor and Archduke of Austria from 1519 to 1556.

The Imperial Diet was the deliberative body of the Holy Roman Empire. It was not a legislative body in the contemporary sense; its members envisioned it more like a central forum where it was more important to negotiate than to decide.

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