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  • Wittenberg sold at one gulden the scheffel, it is necessary to determine in the first place how much a gulden and how much a scheffel represented in terms of dollars and bushels.

    The Age of the Reformation

  • From Luther's letters we learn that wheat sold at Wittenberg for one gulden a scheffel in 1539 and for three groschen a scheffel in 1542, the latter price being considered

    The Age of the Reformation

  • When we discover that there were half a dozen different guldens, and half a dozen separate measures known as scheffels, varying from province to province and from time to time, and varying widely, it is evident that great caution is necessary in ascertaining exactly which gulden and exactly which scheffel is meant.

    The Age of the Reformation

  • A pair of good working-shoes cost three groschen; a whole sheep, four groschen; a good fat hen, half a groschen; twenty-five cod-fish, four groschen; a wagon-load of firewood, together with carriage, five groschen; an ell of the best homespun cloth, five groschen; a scheffel (about a bushel) of rye, six or seven groschen.

    German Culture Past and Present

  • Senator Mark Scheffel - R - Douglas, El Paso, Lake, Park, Teller counties - 303-866-4869 - mark. scheffel.senate@state.co.us

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  • Anatomy of Ireland, 62 ff.) _Thaer_ used as such a measure the smallest day’s wages; as he supposed, expressed in rye, that is, 1/9 of the Prussian _scheffel_.

    System der volkswirthschaft. English

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