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„Die Krone des Hl. Röm. Reiches 2008 | 100 Euro | Goldmünze“ zum Verkauf gemerkt.
The crown of the Holy Roman Empire was among the most coveted in Europe. Today, it is kept in the Imperial Treasury of the Hofburg Palace in Vienna. The 100-euro gold coin is itself also a treasure and, as the first coin in the five-part series "Crowns of the Habsburgs," is particularly sought-after.
The obverse of the coin shows a three-quarter view of the crown. The second side depicts the coronation ceremony of Otto I in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome in 962. For about 350 years the crown remained in continuous possession of the Habsburgs. A success of clever diplomacy.
Like the other coins of the unique series, the Crown of the Holy Roman Empire impresses with detailed engraving art at the highest level. It tells a piece of world history, which was marked not only by politics, but also by mysticism.
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