13th-14th Century Germany Hall "Hand of God" Silver Heller


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One of the most famous 13th-14th century coins is the German silver Heller, more commonly known as the "Hand of God."

  • Struck in the town of Hall, bears a hand on one side and cross on the other (both found on town seal)
  • Minted and circulated in the Holy Roman Empire and Europe for two centuries
  • Nearly pure silver coin
  • Over 500 years old

This medieval silver coin will add historical interest to any collection – add this German silver Heller to yours while it's still so affordable.