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2014 COPPER MEDAL COMMEMORATING THE 600 ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF JAN HUS / 500TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE REFORMATION

R 2014-01 (obverse) From the Concordia Historical Institute Collection Image by Daniel Harmelink

R 2014-01 (reverse)
From the Concordia Historical Institute Collection
Image by Daniel Harmelink

R 2014-01 (reverse) From the Concordia Historical Institute Collection Image by Daniel Harmelink

R 2014-01 (obverse)
From the Concordia Historical Institute Collection
Image by Daniel Harmelink

R 2014-01
BADEN-BADEN / ST. LOUIS

Medallist: Victor Huster [VH] with Daniel Harmelink [DH]for International Association of Reformation Coins and Medals [IA / RCM]

Obverse: Quarter bust of JAN HUS / John Huss with doctor’s cap. Roasted goose with flames and smoke to left of portrait. Roman Catholic leaders look on while Hus’ writings [J / H]are also thrown into the fire. Surrounding legend with Chronogram [2015]: COQVAS HVNC ANSEREM AT CENTVM ANNIS VOCEM CYCNO NON COMPRIMES • Date of Hus’ death: MCDXV

Reverse: Quarter bust of bearded MARTIN LUTHER as JUNKER JÖRG Wartburg in background. Singing swan with nailed 95 Theses to right of portrait. Surrounding legend with Chronogram [2017]: FILIUS MANET IN AETERNUM • SI ERGO VOS FILIUS LIBERAVERIT VERE LIBERI ERITIS •

Edge: 11 • 600 / VICTOR HUSTER / BADEN-BADEN

Weight & Diameter: 374.04 g, 74.00 x 73.08 mm.

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