1850, Baden, Stuttgart (City). Rare Silver High School Award Medal. NGC MS-64

1850, Baden, Stuttgart (City). Rare Silver High School Award Medal. NGC MS-64
1850, Baden, Stuttgart (City). Rare Silver High School Award Medal. NGC MS-64
1850, Baden, Stuttgart (City). Rare Silver High School Award Medal. NGC MS-64
1850, Baden, Stuttgart (City). Rare Silver High School Award Medal. NGC MS-64

1850, Baden, Stuttgart (City). Rare Silver High School Award Medal. NGC MS-64
Rare Silver "High School" Award Medal. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-64! Realgymnasium (High School) of Stuttgart (City), Germany. Weight: 19.89gm Diameter: 32mm Material: Silver.

Obverse: Corinthian helmet topped by owl (allegoric for wisdom) flanked by wheat-sprays. Medallist┬┤s signature (D) at 6 o'clock.

Reverse: Inscription in four lines separated by decorative element. Legend: PLUS ULTRA / GYMN REG. , in the German education system, is the most advanced of the three types of German secondary schools, the others being. For Johann Joachim Becher, education also had the mandate to support the replacement of the Holy Roman Empire with a more republican commonwealth. His school would have had the task of creating education and teaching an organized state structure.

His ideal was the artisan, the educated scholar, the universal scientist. In the German secondary school system.

Is ranked between Hauptschule (lowest) and Gymnasium (highest). Good students are allowed to attend a professional Gymnasium or a general-education Gymnasium. They can also attend a.

In most states of Germany, students start the. At the age of ten or eleven and typically finish school at the age of 1617. Have recently been replaced by. In 2006 1.32 million German students attended a.

A student gets an extended education and learns at least one foreign language, usually English. In the state of Baden-W├╝rttemberg, after the sixth grade, the student has to choose among technology, home economics, and a second foreign language, usually French.

The new subject becomes the student's fifth main subject, after German, maths, science and English; and it is also possible to learn other foreign languages in free workshops. Other subjects are geography, social sciences, economics, history, religious education, and physical education. After the 8th grade a student has to choose between arts and music.

High school diplomas obtained in Canada or the United States are usually acknowledged as a. In some cases however students may apply for certain subjects at a university. All students holding an American high school diploma may apply for the.

And after successfully graduating from this they may attend a German university. Those holding a high school diploma can choose from a wider range of possible major subjects at a German university if they did well on the SAT or ACT. Those who scored higher than 1300 on the SAT or higher than 28 on the ACT may apply for any subject at a German university.

Are the classical higher or secondary schools of Germany. Were formally abolished in Berlin and merged with.

To form a new type of comprehensive school, called. The item "1850, Baden, Stuttgart (City). Rare Silver High School Award Medal.

NGC MS-64" is in sale since Saturday, May 22, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Germany\German States (up to 1871)". The seller is "coinworldtv" and is located in Wien. This item can be shipped worldwide.