Edwardian Sterlings

Hartrad, 1316-51, Schönecken

Hartrad von Schönecken, Abbey Church of St. Matthias, Trier, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany.

Little is known about Hartrad of Schönecken. He lived in the castle of Schönecken and struck coins at Schönecken and at Liessem.
In 1341 he was sent to the Imperial Court because of illegaly striking money. He was convicted and had to pay the Archbishop of Trier.
He died at the siege of Montclair from suffication in his own armour.

Source and more info: Schoenecken.com

Sterling, Hartrad of Schönecken, Liessem, ca. 1340, Mayhew 352

Reign/Issue Authority:Hartrad of Schönecken
Denomination/Type:Sterling
Mint:Liessem
Issue date:Ca. 1340
Weight:0,96 gr
Diameter:19 mm
Rarity:R3
Reference:Mayhew 352
Catalogue #:0106
Obverse description:Crowned bust facing.
Obverse legend:+hΛRS'DNS'DЄSONЄC
Reverse description:Long cross pattee with three pellets in each angle.
Reverse legend:MOn ЄTΛ DЄL ISЄ'
Extra info:

Sterling, Hartrad of Schönecken, Liessem, ca. 1340, Mayhew xxx

Reign/Issue Authority:Hartrad of Schönecken
Denomination/Type:Sterling
Mint:Liessem
Issue date:Ca. 1340
Weight:1,14 gr
Diameter:18 mm
Rarity:R5
Reference:Mayhew xxx
Catalogue #:0131
Obverse description:Crowned bust facing.
Obverse legend:+hΛRTDNSDESOnEC
Reverse description:Long cross pattee with three pellets in each angle.
Reverse legend:MOn ЄTA DЄL ISЄ
Extra info:Possibly unique, not listed in Mayhew.