|Prague Grosch, Kutnd Horn, 1300-1305. This famous coin, minted under Vaclav |
II, dominated the markets of Central Europe for almost 250 years. Vdclav brought
about many changes governing mining, mineral rights, and coin reform. Private ...
|This was a period of changes affecting the weight of the grzywna monetary unit, |
the minting rate, the minting of a new coin (the Prague grosch) and an
introduction of new weights. The closing conclusion asserts that Henryk IV did not
play a ...
|A quarrel started when a lawsuit was filed by Kalef of Caffa against Schachno, in |
which Kalef declared that Schachno owed him a large sum of 56 scores of
Prague grosch. As proof of his allegations, Kalef presented the court with two
|This text describes his life and works, from the artist's early views of Germany, to his years in London as a book illustrator. It also reviews work by artists who influenced Hollar.|
|This volume is dedicated to the remarkable flourishing of art and architecture in Bohemia, and Prague in particular, as it became the political centre of Charles IV's Holy Roman Empire.|