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Obv: Irish style king's head in triangle, but with no sceptre.
Rev: King holding olive branch (?) and orb.
Clipped: 14.2 mm
Weight : 1.13 gm
Reference: Berghaus 82
Notes: Rudolph van Habsburg succeeded Richard of Cornwall as King of the Germans. This coin minted at Dortmund. [RP coll'n].
Coin Ref # CIF5138
Coin Ref # CIFL001
Obv: Bust right, above shield with Lippe style 5 petal rose. Text around possibly reads BERNHARDVS, but not totally clear.
Rev: Henry III style, possibly reading hEN/RIO/NLV/NDE or similar.
Believed to be a 2017 metal-detecting find in Estonia, but little information available. Weight is only 1.05 gm.
Coin Ref # CIF3045
There exists a number of coins having an imitation of Henry III on the obverse, but with a town scene of towers etc on the reverse, or a Henry III style reverse but a different obverse type.
Coin Ref # CIF5134
Coin Ref # CIF-0002
Obverse: Crude imitation of an English Henry III bust; legend includes three Lippe roses. No sceptre.
Reverse: Towers over a Rose-shield.
Notes: Sold on Ebay, March 2016.
Sterling Rosenschild, Blomberg mint.
Obv: Shield with Lippe style 5 petal rose. Text - BLOMENBERC[___]
Rev: Henry III style, text reads BER/N[__]/RDV/S[__], RIC: ~13
Weight: 0.95 gm
Notes: Very rare, Kuenker auction Spring 2015, lot # 4904.
Obv: Julich Shield
Rev: Henry III style,with letters in quarters: RIC: 13
Notes: Ebay June 2017.
Jülich is a town in the district of Düren, in the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. As a border region between the competing powers in the Lower Rhine and Meuse areas, the town and the Duchy of Jülich played a historic role from the Middle Ages up to the 17th century.