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|Excerpt||The 28 stüweri guilders in monetary circulation at Câmpulung, in the lights of the 17th century hoard discovered on Cretişoara hill.|
The Creţişoara hoard, discovered in the proximity of Câmpulung Muscel, is one of the six hoards made up substantialy of Emden and Jever-Oldenburg guilders, discovered in the northwestern Wallachia. Compact by structure, the hoard it is made up exclusively of high value silver coins, 22 florins (28 stüweri guilders) issued in the free City of Emden (1624-1657) or in the Jever Castle (1640, 1649-1651), residence of Anton Günther Count of Oldenburg and Delmenhorst. Also, potery fragments characteristic for local workshops, was found with the coins, parts of a jar that stored the hoard. As a result of numismatic investigation, a number of stylistic variants of the Jever samples, were identified and classified on the basis of the abbreviations used by engravers in representing the name of the issuer “Antonii Guntheri comitis Oldenburgici et Delmenhorstensis dominus in Jever et Kniphausen” or the title of the Holy Roman Emperor: “Ferdinandus III. dei gratia Romanorum imperator semper augustus”.
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|Editura||Publicat de: Muzeul Municipiului Bucureşti|