In 1517, Martin Luther’s act of protest, nailing a copy of his radical tract "The Ninety-Five Theses" on the door of the Wittenberg Cathedral, ignited a religious movement that would consume Europe for the next 150 years.
- Contains genuine Silver coins that circulated in Europe during the Reformation period.
- Set is displayed in a deluxe custom hardwood box with a story and a certificate of authenticity.
- Includes the following European silver coins:
* Germany, Bavaria Silver Pfennig of Heinrich XVI (1391-1450)
* Prussian Silver Groschen of Albert of Brandenburg (1525-1569)
* Poland Silver 3 Polker of Sigismund III (1587-1632)
* Hungary Silver Denar of Ferdinand II (1619-1637)
In his work "The Ninety-Five Theses", Luther outlined his grievances with the Roman Catholic Church, notably the sale of indulgences. The aftermath of this brazen act of defiance set in motion a religious conflict that would consume Europe for the next 150 years. Add this highly educational and collectible 3-coin set to your cart today!