1058158 | GERMAN STATES. Hamburg. St. Peter's Church. 1842, 1849 & 1878 Bronzed AE Three Piece Medals set. PCGS SP66-SP63.
Edge: Plain edge (2); Inscribed edge (1) "GEPRAEGT AUS DEM KUPFER DES ST. PETRI THURMS ZU HAMBURG". 42.5; 44; 44mm. 33.04g; 45.31g; 50.75gm. Three views of the structure /
i) An inscription (By EV JOH .C.G.V. 68.), ii) an exterior view, "Zerstort" - "Destroyed" with lettered edge (By Wilkins, Bremen), and iii) an interior of the altar and vaulting (By Wilkins). Gaed.-2091; Gaed.-2079; Nachtrag-2183.
Grades as follows: PCGS SP66 (Gaed.-2091); PCGS SP63 (Gaed.-2079); PCGS SP65 Nachtrag-2183
The 1849 dated piece is housed in an oversized holder. Includes case.
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Saint Peter's Church stands on the site of many former cathedrals. Built by order of Pope Leo X, it has been a Protestant cathedral since the Reformation and its congregation forms part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany. .