Attributing one of the 5,500 "Cheerios" dollars struck requires a quick glance at the eagle's tailfeathers, which are intricately delineated on this limited-production variety. The coins are listed in both the and Schechter and Garrett's taking 14th place and a spot on the cover. The nature of their distribution, through non-numismatic circles, makes them all the more difficult to obtain today. This near-flawless wheat-gold Superb Gem ranks among the finest examples at both services combined. Po
The Zecchinos issued by Venice during its years as a city-state are quite well-known. The Italian zecchino offered here was struck by Venice sometime between the 14th and 18th centuries. These coins are known for their classic depiction of Jesus Christ. They are an excellent reflection of society in Italy during this period. The gold zecchinos issued by Venice typically measure 22 mm across.
The period of European history from the 14th to the 17th century is known as the Renaissance. The era is regarded as a cultural bridge between the Middle Ages and Modern history. The origin of the Renaissance can be traced back to an Italian cultural movement in the late Medieval period, its intellectual influence spreading to include the rest of Europe by the 16th century. It was during this period that some of the most significant advancements in politics, art, literature, music and science we