The third coin of the lucky series "Hanseatic League" is dedicated to the Hansa city of Zutphen. The coin has gone through a special minting process to give it an "antiqued" appearance. This city is known as the "City of Towers", because of the presence of large number of towers in the city. Some of the major sightseeing in Zutphen includes the following - Walburgkerk: This is the largest tower in the city of Zutphen. You can site this tower at the major square of the city. This tower reflects great work of architecture. The colossal tower magnetizes large number of tourists to its place. It gives a clear idea of the craftsmanship of the period. Librije: this is a medieval library that has a collection of large number of books of all ages. In this library books are kept safe since 1600's. T
- Antique finish which makes the coin very interesting to see.
- Common obverse for each coin in this series.
- Partly bronze plating
- With Certificate of Authenticity
The Hanseatic League (also known as the Hanse or Hansa) was an economic alliance of trading cities and their guilds that established and maintained a trade monopoly along the coast of Northern Europe. It stretched from the Baltic to the North Sea and inland, during the Late Middle Ages and early modern period (c.13th–17th centuries). The Hanseatic cities had their own law system and furnished their own protection and mutual aid, thus having a sort of a political autonomy and in some cases creating political entities of their own.
|Weight (g)||25 gr|
|Presentation case (box)||no|
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