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  1. Hace 5 días · Caroline of Brunswick-Lüneburg (born May 17, 1768, Braunschweig [Germany]—died Aug. 7, 1821, London, Eng.) was the wife of King George IV of the United Kingdom who—like her husband, who was also her cousin—was the centre of various scandals.

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  2. 4 de may. de 2024 · Brunswick-Luneburg-Calenberg-Hannover, MS. We do our best to provide precise spot prices; however, during times of market volatility, prices may not be to-the-minute accurate. Review the total Brunswick-Luneburg-Calenberg-Hannover PCGS graded coin population, including varieties, and shop results from dealers and eBay.

  3. › wiki › HanoverHanover - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · The Dukes of Brunswick-Lüneburg were elevated by the Holy Roman Emperor to the rank of Prince-Elector in 1692, which was confirmed by the Imperial Diet in 1708. Thus, the principality was upgraded to the Electorate of Brunswick-Lüneburg, colloquially known as the Electorate of Hanover after Calenberg's capital (see also House of Hanover).

  4. 9 de may. de 2024 · Use the free World Coin Price Guide on to check German States BRUNSWICK-LÜNEBURG-CALENBERG 1/4 Ducat prices before you purchase.

  5. Hace 5 días · Brunswick-Lüneburg 1244–1274: LUXEMBOURG : Elizabeth of Bohemia 1292–1330: John the Blind of Bohemia 1296–1346: Bernard II of Jawor and Świdnica c. 1291 – 1326: Margaret II of Hainault 1311–1356: Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor: Beatrice of Silesia 1290–1320: Nicholas I of Troppau c. 1255 – 1318: John V the Illustrious 1302–1308 ...

  6. 28 de abr. de 2024 · Germany, Brunswick-Lüneburg, Otto I, "the Child", 1227-1252, Bracteate, Berger 687, Welter 195, Thomsen 6538, 0.78 g Otto was the son of Wilhelm, Duke of Lüneburg and Helena of Denmark

  7. › wiki › BraunschweigBraunschweig - Wikipedia

    Hace 2 días · Braunschweig (German: [ˈbʁaʊnʃvaɪk] ⓘ) or Brunswick (English: / ˈ b r ʌ n z w ɪ k / BRUN-zwik; from Low German Brunswiek, local dialect: Bronswiek [ˈbrɔˑnsviːk]) is a city in Lower Saxony, Germany, north of the Harz Mountains at the farthest navigable point of the river Oker, which connects it to the North Sea via the rivers Aller and Weser.