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Coin (pfennig)

Silver coin minted 983-1002 in Cologne for Otto III, King of Germany (983-996) and Holy Roman Emperor (996-1002). German and English coins are the most commonly found coins in Scandinavia during the period 980-1140. Part of hoard find, Sigsarve, Hejde Parish, Gotland.

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Object number: 3001627

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