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- Beschreibung: Goldgulden: Mainz, Erzbischof Johann II. von Nassau (1397-1419), geprägt zwischen 1399-1402 in Frankfurt-Höchst; Avers: Johannes der Täufer mit Kreuzzepter, die Rechte zum Segen erhoben; zwischen den Füßen ein Johanniterkreuz. Umschrift: IOH(ann)IS AR(chi)EP(iscop)VSMAGV(n)T(inus) Revers: Vierpass; in der Mitte das nassauische Wappen, in den Bögen die Schilde von Kurmainz, Kurköln, Kurtrier, und von Bayern für Kurpfalz. Umschrift: MONETA OP(p)IDI IN HOIESTEN
- Quelle: German Wikipedia, original upload 01. Jan 2003 by Saharadesertfox (selfmade with Sony DSC-W1 in Feb 2005)
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