Cologne - 2 x Civit Coton 1730 Two: Signum Senatori 1730 Bi-metallic / Cologne, including 1 x with copper core (= also original)

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Cologne - 2 x Civit Coton 1730 Two: Signum Senatori 1730 Bi-metallic / Cologne, including 1 x with copper core (= also original)
Miscellaneous

Two equal coins from Germany / Cologne from the year 1730. Deliberately not cleaned to show them in the almost 300 year old condition.
A coat of arms with a crown above it is depicted on the obverse, a lion on both sides and garlands all around with the text: civit Colon
a wine glass surrounded by the circumscription: Signum Senatori 1730 at the reverse
One coin has a copper core in the middle of the coin, which is also original. / diameter: 21 mm /weight: 5.4 grams
In essence, these are wine medals for the city members of the city of Cologne. This money was also used for e.g. honorarium.

Both unique coins are offered in one sale / are unique and will be sent insured by registered post.
The accompanying photos provide a clear specification.

Lot details
Country
Germany
Precious metals
Other
Condition
Extremely fine
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