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Deutsch: Vorderseite eines silbernen Pfennings aus einer Münzstätte in Frankfurt am Main, zw. 804 und 814, heute: en:Cabinet des Médailles, Paris
English: Obverse of a Charlemagne denier coined in en:Frankfurt from 812 to 814, today at the en:Cabinet des Médailles in Paris.
Français : Denier de Charlemagne frappé à fr:Mayence (812-814). Aujourd'hui: fr:Cabinet des Médailles, Paris.
Date 2009
Source Own work by uploader, photographed at Cabinet des Médailles, Paris.


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