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Bills of exchange, promises to pay, and similar legal instruments had been employed by merchants and bankers from the earliest times, and leather, parchment, or paper had occasionally been used for obsidional money (see p. 169), but an essential feature of true paper money is that the bills or notes shall represent round sums and be of general acceptability. As was 34 NUMISMATICS the case with token money, such paper units were originally private in character and in many countries, at least in form, have remained so.
Altenburg is known from documentary sources to have been an imperial mint, and this type of coin is common in Thuringian hoards, (b) Otto I of Brandenburg, 1170-84. /R 0 95 g. An armoured figure is common on bracteates of secular princes in this part of Germany, but the coin is unusual in giving the name of the prince and the place where the coin was struck. COINAGE: THE WESTERN TRADITION 27 thin pennies, struck on one face only, which are known to numismatists as bracteates (from bractea, a leaf).
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