Lbeck's monetary system 1225-1572Fingernail of chart showing silver value of the Lbeck penny from 1225-1572

 

Silver Value of Lbeck coins
Year Coin Schrot Korn1) g f.s./
1225 pf 408-412 15 6.386
1255 pf 466 15 5.834
1293 pf 480 15 5.664
1304/05 pf 498 14 4.931
1325 pf 498 14 4.931
1350 pf 576 13 4.035
1365-70 57 15 3.846
1375 Witten 176 13 3.239
1379 Witten 176 13 3.363
1384 Witten 178-180 13 3.289
1387 Witten 180 13 3.289
1392 Sechsling 114 12 3.078
1398 Witten 193 13 2.953
1403 Witten 192 12 2.855
1406 Witten 196 12 2.685
1410 Witten 200 12 2.631
1411 Witten 208 12 2.530
1424 Sechsling 168 11 1.958
1432 92 10 1.589
1433 95 10 1.539
1439 96 10 1.523
1441 94-95 10 1.539
1450 100 10 1.462
1468 2- 69 12 1.271
1492 2- 69 12 1.271
1492 Sechsling 190 8 1.231
1501 8-Witten 65 15 1.255
1502 Witten 216 5 1.066
1504 Mark 13 15/16 15 0.9831
1506 Mark 11 -12 14 1.103
1512 2- 104 15 1.054
(1512/13 Mark 13 14 1.019)
1515 Mark 12 14 1.104
1522-30 2- 56-58 7-7 0.945
1540 Sechsling 181 5 0.8883
1541 2- 63 7 0.812
1543 Mark 12 15 1.142
1547/48 Sechsling 181 6 1.050
1556 2- 60 9 1.157
1557 2- 66 7 0.7751
1560 120 6L1Q 0.7689
1560 Sechsling 180 5 0.9338
1572 2- 114 12L13Gr 0.8173
1572 145 8 0.8064
1572 Sechsling 187 5L2Gr 0.8012

1)

Mark
= 16 Lod [=233.856 g]
Lod
= 4 Quint = 16 Ort = 18 Gran

Official valuation of Danish and Lybeck Money 1375 - 1515



Abstract (in Danish) from Haandbog i Handelsvidenskab, Frste Del, Kbh. 1894 (Monetary systems at the end of the 19th century)