15th century burgundian coins

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15th century burgundian coins

Postby phendriks » Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:52 am

hello im looking for a trader who can make me a set of useable coin stamps based on 15th century burgundian coins, so i can make the coins for our 15th century group
please help me, ive been looking for ages.
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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby Marcus Woodhouse » Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:40 pm

To be honest i have seen English, Anglo-French, Venetian, French and Florentine but no Burgundian or Flemish coins. If you do ever find a die and strat making some I know I'd be interested in making a purchase.


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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby phendriks » Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:16 pm

EDIT: read my last post:
i TOTALLY misread things..
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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby davetmoneyer » Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:14 am

ER?, I replied that I could help and asked for images of the coins that he wanted, do not understand the reason for this slur
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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby phendriks » Mon Nov 15, 2010 7:17 pm

: let me publicly apologize:
i NEVER meant to slur dave, i sincerely apologize for my reaction.
so dave my apologies to you !
i will send you mail.



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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby wulfenganck » Mon Nov 15, 2010 7:48 pm

Marcus Woodhouse wrote:To be honest i have seen English, Anglo-French, Venetian, French and Florentine but no Burgundian or Flemish coins. If you do ever find a die and strat making some I know I'd be interested in making a purchase.

I have a picture (somewhere...) from a museum in Saarbrücken of a coin which was described as "Groschen, Karl der Kühne" = Penny, Charles the rash.
I have to search for the picture and I'm afraid I'm to stupid to upload the picture here, but may send it tvia mail to those interested - once I found it....
Then there's: http://www.coingallery.de/GV/GoldeneVlies1a_D.htm

And I have read about the burgundian mint in the netherlands relying on silver imports from Saxony and Tirol around 1466. M;ust check the whereabouts and if there where pictures/illustrations of the coins....



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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby KedlestonCraig » Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:39 am

There are some Charles the Bold coins on here that I can imagine jangling in the pouch of M. Woodhouse :wink:

http://www.coinarchives.com/w/results.p ... rch=Brugge

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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby Marcus Woodhouse » Tue Nov 16, 2010 10:39 am

And of Phil the Good, many thanks Craig.


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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby jelayemprins » Thu Nov 18, 2010 7:55 pm

The Co. St. G. pay their members in real silver [repro] Burgundian coins for each event they attend.
usually a groat and/or a double Stuiver.
i have a pouch full now....

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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby phendriks » Fri Dec 17, 2010 7:42 pm

first of all i would like to thank dave the moneyer for his service.
unfortunately the price he quoted was above my budget, but i have found an alternative.

now i have the following question:
what kind of metal do i use to strike silver(looking) coins??
i have no idea which material to use, and silver is far too expensive, ill only do that on request.
and what kind of supplier should i seek for the metal?

plz help &kind regards



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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby davetmoneyer » Fri Dec 17, 2010 8:42 pm

Hi Your supplier should be able to advise and supply you
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Re: 15th century burgundian coins

Postby behanner » Wed Mar 23, 2011 6:29 am

Contact Wolfe Argent they have had coins made and own a die.




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