Schwäbisch Hall, German Hand of God Silver Heller Mid 14th Century (1300-1400) - Very Fine

This German heller displays the "Hand of God" on the obverse and a cross on the reverse. Struck in the medieval town of Schwaebisch Hall, these Hellers became some of the most well-circulated coins of Europe during their time. During the 14th and 15th Centuries Hall saw a significant growth owing mostly to acquisition from noble families and the Cromburg monastery.

As with hellers of the age, each piece is approximately 19-20mm and weigh just under a gram.

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