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Fürth - German Hat Lapel Pin HP6003 For Sale


Fürth - German Hat Lapel Pin HP6003



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Fürth - German Hat Lapel Pin HP6003:
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Fürth- German

The city of Fürth [fyrt] is located in northern Bavaria, Germany in the district of Middle Franconia. It is now contiguous with the larger city of Nuremberg, the centres of the two cities being only 7 km apart.

Fürth, Nuremberg and Erlangen, together with some smaller towns, form the "Middle Franconian Conurbation", which is one of 23 "major centres" in Bavaria and one of the 11 German metropolitan regions.

Fürth celebrates its thousand-year anniversary in 2007, its first mention being on 1 November 1007.

The first mention of the settlement of Fürth, which had probably already existed for some time, was in a document dated 1 November 1007, in which the Emperor Heinrich II donated his property in Fürth to the newly created Bishopric of Bamberg. The name "Fürth" derives from the German word for "ford", as the first settlements originated around a ford. In the following years, Fürth was granted market privileges, but these were later lost to the neighbouring Nuremberg, under Heinrich III. From 1062 onward, Fürth was again permitted to have a market, but by that time Nuremberg was already the more important town.

In the following centuries, the town was under varying authority, involving the Bishopric of Bamberg, the Principality of Ansbach and the City of Nuremberg. For a long time, the character of the settlement remained largely agricultural, and in 1600 the population was probably still only between 1000 and 2000.

In the Thirty Years War, Fürth was almost completely destroyed by fire.

This isanunused item in mint condition still in the manufacturers bagmeasuring approx. 1.40 cm by 2.00 cm in size.

This is an extremely nice pin. Scan did not do it justice

Thank you all for your interest. Please check my store for many hundreds and hundreds of additionalwalking stick pins and hat pins.

International buyers please email me for correct shipping charges. Please make arrangements for payment within 10 business days.....I prefer paypal. I will answer whatever questions I can.


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