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Coins and medals of the Reformation

Thurman L. Smith

Coins and medals of the Reformation

a select bibliography

by Thurman L. Smith

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Published by Center for Reformation Research in St. Louis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Numismatics -- Bibliography,
  • Numismatics -- Europe -- Bibliography,
  • Reformation and art -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes indexes.

    StatementThurman L. Smith.
    SeriesSixteenth century bibliography -- 32
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 122 p.
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17043273M

    Israel Coins and Medals Corp. was established in by the Prime Minister Ben Gurion for the purpose of commemorating the historical events and milestones of the State of Israel, as well as its outstanding personalities and achievements in culture, science and art. Until , the Corporation was fully owned by the Government of Israel.   Over the years Schumacher has accumulated a sizeable collection of Luther and Reformation-related coins and medals. He has also photographed large collections of Luther medals at Lutheran seminaries in Chicago, Philadelphia, and St. Louis and is .

    Selling Vatican, Italy and San Marino coins, medals and stamps for over forty years. Books. Jencius Coins Vatican, Italy & San Marino Coins, Medals & Stamps. P.O. Box Brooklyn, NY Tel: Menu. Home; Products Catalog of over books, magazines and articles from the 16th to the 20th century related to the art. ATTENTION MEDAL & TOKEN ENTHUSIASTS! Over the years, I have accumulated a sizeable group of Historic and Commemorative Medals. In the past, .

    Edward Besly was Numismatist at the National Museum of Wales (Amgueddfa Cymru) from , having previously worked at the British Museum. He is best known for his studies of Romano-British coin hoards and of the coinages of the time of Charles I (). In he was awarded the John Sanford Saltus Medal of the British Numismatic Society. Detailed information about the coin Medal, year celebration of the reformation (Hildesheim), ** Exonumia **, with pictures and collection and swap management: mintage, descriptions, metal, weight, size, value and other numismatic data.


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Coins and medals of the Reformation by Thurman L. Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

If you collect Reformation era coins or Reformation medals, you will want this book. It is the collection of the Concordia Historical Institute and features coins and medals.

It was compiled by the Rev. Daniel Harmelink, the Executive Director of Concordia Historical Institute and President of the International Association of Reformation Coins and Medals (IARCM).5/5(1). Luther and the reformation illustrated on coins and medals Unknown Binding – January 1, by Moritz Wormser (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Inspire a love of reading with Prime Book Box for KidsAuthor: Moritz Wormser.

More than coins and medals covering years of reformation provided an insight into the history of Protestantism and the world of numismatics in an entertaining way. The date of the opening wasn’t chosen randomly but with care: it coincided with the anniversary of Luther.

Spanning 1, pages, this volume presents the most comprehensive numismatic work ever published on the topic of the Reformation. In his work, Klaus-Peter Brozatus lists more than 1, numismatic Author: Künker Gmbh.

Coins and medals of the Reformation. Saint Louis: Center for Reformation Research, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thurman L Smith. The Augsburg Confession was publicly displayed for a festival and these coins were minted as circulating commemoratives.

Many (like this one) were made into medals or jewelry. This coin has an old 'mount mark' at the top of the obverse. Crossed swords forming a. You are here: Results Coins and Medals of Reformation and Protestantism - The Dr Rainer Opitz Collection, part 4 Results Coins and Medals of Reformation and Protestantism.

Novem – In his work, Klaus-Peter Brozatus lists more than 1, numismatic objects of the collection of coins and medals of the Luther Memorials Foundation of Saxony-Anhalt relating to the history of the Reformation. More than coins and medals covering years of reformation provided an insight into the history of Protestantism and the world of numismatics.

When such governments decide to issues coins and medals, the things that they depict represent what they hold dear, important, and laudable within their territory and history.

German princes, Swiss engravers, and, much later, American medalists often depicted figures and events from Reformation history. This blog takes a tour, incomplete of course, through some of these coins.

The Reformation Coin and Medal Collection of the Concordia Historical Institute is one of the most significant institutional collections outside of Germany. This book features the highest-quality digital photography of the piece collection.

The Reformation Coin and Medal Collection of Concordia Historical Institute (CHI) is one of the most significant institutional collections outside of Germany. High quality digital photography of the piece collection is displayed in this book.

This book tells the story of the Jehovah coins and –medals from their first appearance in the 16th century until their displacement in the 18th century. It shows coins and medals from the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Poland (Danzig) and Germany which carry the name Jehovah in various forms.

Get this from a library. The Lutheran Brotherhood collection: coins and medals of Martin Luther and the reformation. [Otto Louis Schreiber; Lutheran Brotherhood.]. Rare Reformation Relics ArtRefo’s virtual exhibition presents ‘Rare Reformation Relics’ – images and objects from the collections of museums across Europe that testify to the richness and variety of the visual and material culture of the Reformation era.

These medals and coins bear the image of Martin Luther and Geneva’s famous ‘Reformation Wall’ – along with Scripture quotations from Romans (“the just shall live by faith”) and John (“the light shineth in darkness”).

The medals are £ 15 each and the coins are £8 each. Martin Luther und die Reformation auf Münzen und Medaillen. Collection of Robert B. Whiting. April The Story of Martin Luther and the Reformation as Told by the Coin, Medal, Jetton Collection of Miss H.

Zak. September Smith, Thurman L. Coins and Medals of the Reformation: A Select Bibliography. Sixteenth Century Bibliography St.

The Story of Martin Luther and the Reformation as Told by the Coin, Medal, Jetton Collection of Miss H. Zak. September Smith, Thurman L. Coins and Medals of the Reformation: A Select Bibliography.

Sixteenth Century Bibliography Colonial Coins and Medals have been Professional Numismatists since and we pride ourselves on our knowledge in the vast areas of numismatics that we deal in, which includes coins, banknotes, medallions and tokens, as well as war medals and badges.

"June 19 was chosen because it is Christian Junker's birthday. He is the author of the book "Reformatio in Nummis," an important presentation of the hundreds of Luther and Reformation coins and medals struck in anticipation of the th anniversary of the Reformation." For more information, see.

An exhibition of 24 rare books and rare coins and medals from the Reformation era is documented in a new full-color catalog from Concordia Historical Institute (CHI).The Protestant Reformation was a signal event in European history, and a new six-volume reference exploring numismatics relating to this ever-popular topic is now available.

A Life’s Work: The.Vtg Rev. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. Commemorative Coin Token Aluminum. $ $ shipping. Watch. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King 1 1/2" Commemorative Bronze Medal. $ $ shipping Make Offer - Reformation Medal Silver Darmstadt Germany Martin Luther ducat-sized mm.

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