The type of accession of an object into the collection: e.g. purchased, donated etc. GND
The legal status of the person, ethnic, or institutional authority under which any numismatic object is issued. This term can be described more closely at a secondary level (Archbishopric - Archbishopric Cologne, Swiss Federation - Canton of Graubünden etc.). nomisma
A corporation, public or private, which is related to an object in the collection. GND
A modern state or country to which certain regions, places (as mints, places of issue for paper money), and find places are being assigned to. GND
A system of monetary units in common use, issued by a state, city, or any other legal authority, consisting of various subunits and multiples (denominations). nomisma
Term indicating the value of a coin or banknote within a certain denominational system. nomisma
The relationship between the orientation of obverse and reverse of a (struck) coin or medal. Often expressed as hours of the clock (from 1 to 12 h) or degrees in a circle. nomisma
The type of a numismatic object, e.g. coin, medal, token etc. nomisma
The location or place, in which a coin was minted, paper money issued or an object found. GND
The technique of manufacture, e.g. struck or cast. nomisma
The physical material from which an object is made. nomisma
Object status
Term to describe the physical status of an object, e.g. present, damaged, lost, stolen...
The owner of the collection in question. GND
Peculiarity of production
A notable, characteristic or unusual physical feature of an individual numismatic object which distinguishes it from other examples of the same group, or of a group of numismatic objects that marks it out from other groups, and which is related to the process of production of a numismatic object.
A period in time and in the history of humans, also used here to categorizing certain periods in art history. GND
Any individual in his or her relationship or role to an object in question. GND
A region either historic or contemporary within a modern state. GND
secondary Treatment
Any features which arise subsequent to the actual production of a numismatic object; for example halving, chop-marking, etc.
Status of property
The type of ownership or legal status of property of an object in the collection, e.g. property, loan, or foreign property etc.
Type for person and corporation
Term to describe the role of an individual or corporation regarding a numismatic object, e.g. authority, sitter, previous owner etc.
Type of Source
A website, portal or digital resource which either represents a database to browse a certain collection or allows for a systematic presentation of types or concepts in relation to individual numismatic objects.
The weight of an (numismatic) object. The weight is given in gramms (g), usually with one additional decimal place, rarely two. nomisma