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Netherlands, Imperial City of Kampen, Matthias, (1618 A.D.), Del.1113, AR-2/3Thaler/Gulden/28 Stuiver, Two-headed eagle stamped with a cartridge bearing the number 28, #1
Netherlands, Imperial City of Kampen, Matthias, (1618 A.D.), Del.1113, AR-Gulden/28 Stuiver, Two-headed eagle stamped with a cartridge bearing the number 28, #1
avers: FLORARG:CIV 28 IMP:CAMPEN, 1618 above the crown, Crowned weapons of the city of Campen.
reverse: MATTHIDGROMIMPSEMAV, Two-headed eagle stamped with a cartridge bearing the number 28, surmounted by a crown cutting the legend at 12 o'clock.
exergue: 1618//28, diameter: 39,5mm, weight: 20,0g, axis: 1h,
mint:City of Kampen, date: 1618 A.D., ref: Del.1113, AR-2/3Thaler/Gulden/28 Stuiver,
Q-001
"NETHERLANDS - IMPERIAL CITY CAMPEN - MATTHIAS,
(1612-20/03/1619):
Matthias is the third son of Maximilian II and Mary, daughter of Charles Quint. He was born in Vienna on February 24, 1557. At the expense of Spain, the States-General offered him the Netherlands in December 1577, but after the Battle of Gembloux, in January 1578, he took refuge in Antwerp before returning to Germany in 1581. His brother Rudolf II being unable to govern, he was assigned to Austria, then in 1608, Hungary and Bohemia Moravia and finally in 1611. Having no children of his union had with Anne Tyrol, he appointed as his successor his cousin Ferdinand of Styria, later Ferdinand II. Matthias died in Vienna on March 20, 1619."
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