1300-1400 Austria Silver Hall Hand Heller NGC VF35

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From Six Centuries Ago, the First Silver Hellers of Their Kind!

Struck in Austria more than 600 years ago, this silver heller displays the image of a hand -- the first non-traditional representation of God ever seen on a coin. It’s believed that these were often held as good luck charms, as the open palm design would bestow the favor and protection of God upon whoever owned the coin.

Now you can bring this ancient coin home to your collection, certified as being in Very Fine-35 (VF35) condition by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Don't wait another century -- add it to your cart today!

Year of Issue (Dates May Vary)
Country Austria
Composition Silver
Grade VF30
Coin Weight Various
Dimensions Various
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