101495 | GERMANY. Hamburg. St. Peter's Church bronze Medal.
101495 | GERMANY. Hamburg. St. Peter's Church bronze Medal. Issued 1849. Commemorating the restoration and reopening of the church (44mm, 54.55 g, 12h). By M. H. Wilkens & Sons in Bremen.
MIT GOTT ERSTAND AUS SCHUTT UND GRAUS AUF ALTEM GRUND SEIN NEUES HAUS / ST. PETRI KIRCHE IN HAMBURG, perspective view of the church from the southeast / Perspective interior view of the choir, from a point directly down the center. Edge: Plain.
Gaedechens 2091. Gem Mint State. Rich brown surfaces, with an alluring burgundy nature and underlying brilliance; a fairly thick planchet for the overall module.
The original cathedral at Hamburg was begun in the late 12th century, with rebuilding in the 14th-15th centuries. In 1842, a great fire swept through Hamburg and consumed the cathedral, among other edifices. This medal marks the rebuilding and ultimate reopening of the cathedral following the immolation.
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