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HABSBURG_WIEN_6_Kreuzer_1800_Franz_Kopf_Krone_Doppeladler.jpg
34 viewsRDR -- Haus Habsburg

Franz II. (1792-1806-1835)

1800

6 Kreuzer (Kupfer)

Münzstätte: Wien (A)

Vs: Kopf nach rechts, darunter in Verzierung Münzzeichen (A). Umschrift: "FRANZ•II•RÖM•KAI•KÖN•Z•HU•U•BÖ•ERZH• Z•OEST•"

Rs: unter Krone Doppeladler, auf der Brust Wertzahl. Umschrift: "SECHS•KREUTZER•ERBLAENDISCH•1800•"

Gewicht: 12,4g

Durchmesser: 31 mm

Erhaltung: schön _799
Antonivs Protti
Habsburg_RDR_Taler_1780_Maria_Theresia_Polierte_Platte.jpg
31 viewsRömisch Deutsches Reich

Haus Habsburg

Maria Theresia, 1740-1780

Taler 1780 (Silber)

Vs.: Büste nach rechts

Rs.: Gekrönter Doppeladler

Gewicht: 28,2g

Durchmesser: 41,5mm

Erhaltung: fein getönt, Polierte Platte-

Posthume Prägung aus den 1970er Jahren, vorallem hergestellt für den Export in die USA _2691
Antonivs Protti
Ferd-I_AR-Den__1531_FERDINAND_D_G_R_VNG_PATRONA_-_VNGARIE_K-B_U-745a_C3-40_H-935_1531_Q-001_7h_15,7mm_0,49g-s.jpg
044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hugary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1531, Madonna and child, #01208 views044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hugary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1531, Madonna and child, #01
avers:- •1531•FERDINAND•D•G•R•VNG, Hungarian shield, four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads, Bohemian lion). Central shield are Austrian shield.
revers:- PATRONA•-•VNGARIE, Crowned Madonna sits with child on her right arm. K-B crossed the field.
diameter: 15,7 mm, weight: 0,49 g, axis: 7h,
mint mark: K-B, mint: Körmöczbánya, date: 1531 A.D.,
ref: Unger-745a, CNH-3-40, Huszár-935,
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Ferd-I_AR-Den__1534_FERDINAND_D_G_R_VNG_PATRONA_-rozette-_VNGARIE_K-B_U-745a_C3-40_H-935_1534_Q-001_9h_16,3mm_0,54g-s.jpg
044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hugary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1534, Madonna and child, #01222 views044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hugary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1534, Madonna and child, #01
avers:- •1534•FERDINAND•D•G•R•VNG, Hungarian shield, four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads, Bohemian lion). Central shield are Austrian shield.
revers:- PATRONA•-rozette-•VNGARIE, Crowned Madonna sits with child on her right arm. K-B crossed the field.
diameter: 16,3 mm, weight: 0,54 g, axis: 9h,
mint mark: K-B,, mint: Körmöczbánya, date: 1534 A.D.,
ref: Unger-745a, CNH-3-40, Huszár-935,
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Ferd-I_AR-Den__1551_FERDINAND_D_G_R_VNG_PATRONA_-_VNGARIE_K-B_U-745a_C3-40_H-935_1551_Q-001_9h_14,6mm_0,53g-s.jpg
044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hugary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1551, Madonna and child #01211 views044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hugary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1551, Madonna and child #01
avers:- •1551•FERDINAND•D•G•R•VNG, Hungarian shield, four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads, Bohemian lion). Central shield are Austrian shield.
revers:- PATRONA•-•VNGARIE, Crowned Madonna sits with child on her right arm. K-B crossed the field.
diameter: 14,6 mm, weight: 0,53 g, axis: 9h,
mint mark: K-B, mint: Körmöczbánya, date: 1551 A.D.,
ref: Unger-745a, CNH-3-40, Huszár-935,
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Ferd-I_AR-Den__1551_FERDINAND_D_G_R_VNG_PATRONA_-rozette-_VNGARIE_K-B_U-745a_C3-40_H-935_1551_Q-002_7h_15,2mm_0,56g-s.jpg
044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hugary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1551, Madonna and child, #02233 views044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hugary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1551, Madonna and child, #02
avers:- •1551•FERDINAND•D•G•R•VNG, Hungarian shield, four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads, Bohemian lion). Central shield are Austrian shield.
revers:- PATRONA•-rozette-•VNGARIE, Crowned Madonna sits with child on her right arm. K-B crossed the field.
diameter: 15,2 mm, weight: 0,56 g, axis: 7h,
mint mark: K-B, mint: Körmöczbánya, date: 1551 A.D.,
ref: Unger-745a, CNH-3-40, Huszár-935,
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Ferd-I_AR-Den__1528_FERDINAND_D_G_R_VNG_PATRONA_-_VNGARIE_K-B_U-745a_C3-40_H-935_1528_Q-001_4h_15,5mm_0,55g-s.jpg
044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1528, Madonna and child, #01246 views044 Ferdinand I., (Ferdinand I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1526-1564 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-745a, 1528, Madonna and child, #01
avers:- •1528•FERDINAND•D•G•R•VNG, Hungarian shield, four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads, Bohemian lion). Central shield are Austrian shield.
revers:- PATRONA•-•VNGARIE, Crowned Madonna sits with child on her right arm. K-B crossed the field.
diameter: 15,5 mm, weight: 0,55 g, axis: 4h,
mint mark: K-B, mint: Körmöczbánya, date: 1528 A.D.,
ref: Unger-745a, CNH-3-40, Huszár-935,
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Miksa_AR-Den_K-B_U-766a_C3-94_H-992_1566_Q-001_h_mm_g-s.jpg
045 Miksa., (Maximilian of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1564-1576 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-766a, 1566, Madonna and child, #01115 views045 Miksa., (Maximilian of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1564-1576 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-766a, 1566, Madonna and child, #01
avers:- •MAX•II•D•G•E•RO•I•S•AV•G•HV•B•R•, Hungarian shield, four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads, Bohemian lion). Central shield are Austrian shield. The year 1566 on the top of the shield.
revers:- PATRONA•-rozette-•VNGARIE, Crowned Madonna sits with child on her right arm. K-B crossed the field.
diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint mark: K-B, mint: Körmöczbánya, date: 1566 A.D.,
ref: Unger-766a, CNH-3-94, Huszár-992,
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Rudolf_(1576-1608_AD),_AR-Gross,_1601,_N-B,_H-1049,_CNH_III__150,_U-805,_Q-001,_11h,_23,5-24mm,_1,56g-s.jpg
046 Rudolf, (Rudolph II. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1576-1608 A.D.), AR-Groschen, H-1049, CNH III.-150, U-805, N-B, 1601, Rare!128 views046 Rudolf, (Rudolph II. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1576-1608 A.D.), AR-Groschen, H-1049, CNH III.-150, U-805, N-B, 1601, Rare!
avers: ֍ RVDOL•II•D:G•RO•IM•S•AV•GE•HVN•B•R•, Crowned Madonna sits with child on her right arm. N-B crossed the field.
reverse: •MONETA•NOVA•ANNODOMINI•1601, Ornamented, Hungarian shield, four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads, Bohemian lion). Central shield is Austrian shield. All in
diameter: 23,5-24,0mm, weight: 1,56g, axis: 11h,
exergue, mint mark: N/B//--, mint: Nagybánya, (today Romania: Baia Mare), date: 1601 A.D.,
ref: Huszár-1049, CNH III.-150, Unger-805,
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Mathias-II__(1608-1619AD)_AR-Den_MAT_II_D_G_HV_BO_REX_1613_PATRONA-Shield-HVNGARI_K-B_U-869_C3-240_H-1140_1613_Q-001_1h_14,5-15mm_0,37g-s.jpg
047 Mathias II., (Mathias of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1608-1619 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-869, 1613 A.D.,79 views047 Mathias II., (Mathias of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1608-1619 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-869, 1613 A.D.,
avers:- MAT•II•D•G•HV•BO•REX•1613, Crowned Hungarian shield in circle of dots, mint-mark (K-B) on each side, border of dots.
revers:- PATRONA HVNGARI•, Madonna seated facing, on crescent, in sunburst, in circle of dots, holding infant Jesus in her left arm, Austrian shield with band below, border of dots.
diameter: 14,5-15mm, weight: 0,37g, axis: 1h,
mint: Hungary, , mint mark:
date: A.D., ref: Unger-, CNH-, Huszar-,
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Ferd-II__(1619-1637AD)_AR-Den_FER_II_D_G_R_I_S_A_G_H_B_R__PATRONA-HVNGARI__1629_K-B_U-917a_C3-303_H-1204_Q-001_7h_14,1mm_0,51g-s.jpg
048 Ferdinand II., (Ferdinand II. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1619-1637 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-917a, 1629, Madonna and child, #0185 views048 Ferdinand II., (Ferdinand II. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1619-1637 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-917a, 1629, Madonna and child, #01
avers: FER•II•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•B•R•, Hungarian shield, four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross). The year 1629 on the top of the shield, K-B crossed the field.
reverse: PATRONA-HVNGARI•, Madonna sits with child on her left arm.
diameter: 14,1mm, weight: 0,51g, axis: 7h,
mint mark: K-B, mint: Körmöczbánya, date: 1629 A.D.,
ref: Unger-917a, CNH-3-303, Huszár-1204,
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048_Ferdinand_II_,_(1619-1637_A_D_),_AR-Groschen_(9-denar),_U-909,_CNH-3-290,_H-1191,1623_AD,_Q-001_4h_20,3mm_1,86g-s.jpg
048 Ferdinand II., (Ferdinand II. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1619-1637 A.D.), AR-Groschen, U-909, 1623, Rare!119 views048 Ferdinand II., (Ferdinand II. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1619-1637 A.D.), AR-Groschen, U-909, 1623, Rare!
avers: FER•II•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•B•REX, Crowned, draped bust right.
reverse: VIIII/KB/GROS•REGN/HVNG:NOV•/DENARIO/1623, Between Crowned Hungarian shield and crowned two-headed eagle.
diameter: 20,3mm, weight: 1,86g, axis: 4h,
exergue, mint mark: KB//--, mint: Körmöczbánya, date: 1623 A.D.,
ref: Unger-909, CNH-3-290, Huszár-1191,
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I_Lipot_3kr_1694_U-1089_H-1469_N-B_P-O_Q-001_0h_20-21,5mm_1_37g-s.jpg
050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-3-Groschen, U-1089, Madonna and the child in the Mandorla, N/B//P-O, 1694, #01228 views050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-3-Groschen, U-1089, Madonna and the child in the Mandorla, N/B//P-O, 1694, #01
avers:- LEOPOLD•D•G•R•[3,as value sign] I•S•A•G•H•B•R•, Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, below in value sign 3.
revers:- •S•IMMAC•VIR• [coat of arms] M•MAT•D•P•H• 16-94, Madonna in the Mandorla, the child in her right hand, below crowned coat of arms, mint marks and mint marks on the side.
diameter: 20,0-21,5mm, weight: 1,37g, axis: 0h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: N/B//P-O, Nagybánya, (today Romania : Baia Mare),
date: 1694 A.D., ref: Unger-1089, Huszar-1469,
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Leopoldus-I-Denar_a-s.jpg
050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-1107a, /1683, Madonna and child, #0170 views050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Denarius, U-1107a, /1683, Madonna and child, #01
avers:- •LEOP•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•B•REX, Hungarian shield in circle, mint-mark (K-B) on each side, border of dots.
revers:- PATRONA•HVNGA•1683, Madonna seated facing on crescent in sunburst in circle, holding infant Jesus in her left, border of dots.
diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//--, Körmöcbánya (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1683 A.D., ref: Unger-1107a, CNH-, Huszar-1503/1683,
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Leopoldus-I-Duarius-3_-s.jpg
050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1698, #0168 views050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1698, #01
avers:- LEOP•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•B•REX, Crowned Hungarian shield, mint-mark (K-B) on each side, border of dots.
revers:- Madonna seated facing on crescent, holding infant Jesus in her left, P - H (Patrona - Hungariae) on each side, DUARIVS/1698 (date) below, border of dots.
diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//--, P/H//DVARIVS/1698, Körmöcbánya (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1698 A.D., ref: Unger-1105a, CNH-, Huszar-1499,
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Leopoldus-I-Duarius-2_-s.jpg
050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1700, #0176 views050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1700, #01
avers:- + LEOP•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•B•REX, Crowned Hungarian shield, mint-mark (K-B) on each side, border of dots.
revers:- Madonna seated facing on crescent, holding infant Jesus in her left, P - H (Patrona - Hungariae) on each side, DUARIVS/1700 (date) below, border of dots.
diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//--, P/H//DVARIVS/1700, Körmöcbánya (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1700 A.D., ref: Unger-1105a/1700, CNH-, Huszar-1499/1700,
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Leopoldus-I-Duarius-1_-s.jpg
050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1703, #0164 views050 Leopoldus I., (Leopoldus I. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1657-1705 A.D.), AR-Duarius, U-1105a, /1703, #01
avers:- + LEOP•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•B•REX, Crowned Hungarian shield, mint-mark (K-B) on each side, border of dots.
revers:- Madonna seated facing on crescent, holding infant Jesus in her left, P - H (Patrona - Hungariae) on each side, DUARIVS /•1703• (date) below, border of dots.
diameter: mm, weight: g, axis: h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//--, P/H//DVARIVS/•1703•, Körmöcbánya (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1703 A.D., ref: Unger-1105a/1703, CNH-, Huszar-1499/1703,
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053_Károly_III_,_(Carolus_VI__of_Habsburg),_King_of_Hungary,_(1711-1740_A_D_),_AR-den,_1733_AD,_K-B,_Huszar-1641,_Q-001,_h,_26,5mm,_g-s.jpg
053 Károly III., (Carolus VI. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1711-1740 A.D.), AR-Denar, Huszár-1641, 1733, K-B, #01164 views053 Károly III., (Carolus VI. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1711-1740 A.D.), AR-Denar, Huszár-1641, 1733, K-B, #01
avers: +CAR•VI•D•G•R•I•S•A•G•H•H•B•R•, Crowned Hungarian shield, mint-mark (K-B) on each side.
reverse: PATRONA•HUNGA•1733, Madonna seated facing, holding infant Jesus in her left arm.
diameter: 26,0-26,5mm, weight: g, axis: 0h,
mint mark: K/B//--, mint: Hungary, Körmöczbánya (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica), date: 1733 A.D., ref: Huszár 1641/1733, Unger-2 1208/1733,
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Karolus-III(VI)_POLTURA_1715_U2-1202_H-1631_J_N__P-H_Q-001_0h_18-19,5mm_0,90ga-s.jpg
053 Károly III., (Carolus VI. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1711-1740 A.D.), AR-Poltura, U2-1202, /1715, #01100 views053 Károly III., (Carolus VI. of Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1711-1740 A.D.), AR-Poltura, U2-1202, /1715, #01
avers: CAROLUS•VI•D:G:R:I:S:A:G:H:H:B:R•, Emperor bust right in circle, border of dots.
revers: P-H//POLTURA/*1715*/*, Madonna seated facing, holding infant Jesus in her left arm, P - H (Patrona - Hungariae) on each side, POLTURA / date below, border of line and border of dots.
diameter: 18-19,5mm, weight: 0,90g, axis: 0h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: P-H//POLTURA/*1715*/*,,
date: 1715 A.D., ref: Unger-2 1202/1715, Huszar 1631,
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Lotharingiai_Ferenc_(_-1765_AD),_1kr,_1758,_U-1298a_H-1821_K-B_Q-001_0h_15,0mm_0,75g-s.jpg
055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-1 Kreuzer, U-1298a, H-1821, K-B/1758, #01112 views055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-1 Kreuzer, U-1298a, H-1821, K-B/1758, #01
Franc I. was also a Holy Roman Emperor and King in Germany.
avers: FRANC•D:G•R•I• S•A•GE•IER•REX•, Emperor bust right, border of dots.
revers: IN TE DOMINE• -1- SPERAVI •1758•, Crowned two-headed eagle, shield on chest, mint-mark on each side, mark of value "1" below, border of dots.
diameter: 15,0mm, weight: 0,75g, axis: 0h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//1, Körmöcbánya, (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1758 A.D., ref: Unger-3 1298a/1758, Huszar 1821/1758,
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Lotharingiai_Ferenc_(_-1765_AD),_3kr,_1765,_U-1296a_H-1815_K-B_Q-001_0h_20,0mm_1,67g-s.jpg
055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-3 Kreuzer, U-1296a, H-1815, K-B/1765, #01110 views055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-3 Kreuzer, U-1296a, H-1815, K-B/1765, #01
Franc I. was also a Holy Roman Emperor and King in Germany.
avers: FRANC•D:G•R•I•S•A•GE•IER•R•LO•B•M•H•D, Emperor bust right, border of dots.
revers: IN THE DOMINE• -3- SPERAVI •1765• X, Crowned two-headed eagle, shield on chest, mint-mark on each side, mark of value "3" below; border of dots.
diameter: 20,0mm, weight: 1,67g, axis: 0h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//3, Körmöcbánya, (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1765 A.D., ref: Unger-3 1296a/1765, Huszar 1815/1765,
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Lotharingiai_Ferenc_(_-1765_AD),_XVIIkr,_1765,_U-1291b_H-1803_K-B_Q-001_0h_28,0mm_5,92g-s.jpg
055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-XVII Kreuzer, U-1291b, H-1803, K-B/1765, #01107 views055 Ferenc of Lotharingia, (Franc I. Habsburg-Lorraine dynasty), Husband of Maria Theresa (Qeen of Hungary), ( -1765 AD A.D.), AR-XVII Kreuzer, U-1291b, H-1803, K-B/1765, #01
Franc I. was also a Holy Roman Emperor and King in Germany.
avers: FRANC•D:G•R•I•S•A•GE•IER•R•LO•B•M•H•D•, Emperor bust right, border of dots.
revers: IN THE DOMINE• -XVII- SPER AVI •1765• X, Crowned two-headed eagle, shield on chest, mint-mark on each side, mark of value XVII below; border of dots.
diameter: 28,0mm, weight: 5,92g, axis: 0h,
mint: Hungary, mint mark: K/B//XVII, Körmöcbánya, (Kremnitz, today Slovakia: Kremnica),
date: 1765 A.D., ref: Unger-3 1291b/1765, Huszar 1803/1765,
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056_Jozsef_II_,_(1780-1790_A_D_),_AR-halb-Thaler,_U-III-1324a,_H-1875,_A-Wien,1789_AD,_Q-001_0h_33,8mm_14,02g-s.jpg
056 Jozsef II., (Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1780-1790 A.D.), AR-1/2 Thaler, U III 1324a, 1789 A, 114 views056 Jozsef II., (Habsburg), King of Hungary, (1780-1790 A.D.), AR-1/2 Thaler, U III 1324a, 1789 A,
avers: IOS II•D•_G•R•IMP•S•A•_G•H•B•REX•A_•A•D•B•& L•, Two winged Angel holding Hungarian Crown over the Hungarian Shield.
revers: S•MARIA_MATER DEI_ A _PATRONA HUNG•1789•X, Crowned Madonna (Virgin Marie) seated, child (Jesus) on the left arm.
diameter: 33,8mm, weight: 14,02g, axis: 0h,
exe, mint mark: -/-//A, mint: Wien, date: 1826 A.D.,
ref: Unger III 1324a, Huszár-1875,
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058_Ferenc_I_,_(1792-1835_A_D_),_AR-Thaler,_U-III-1363b,_H-1943,_G-Nagybanya,1813_AD,_Q-001_0h_39,4mm_28,0gx-s.jpg
058 Ferenc I., (Franc I. of Habsburg-Lotharingia), King of Hungary, (1792-1835 A.D.), AR-Thaler, U III 1363b, 1813, 113 views058 Ferenc I., (Franc I. of Habsburg-Lotharingia), King of Hungary, (1792-1835 A.D.), AR-Thaler, U III 1363b, 1813,
avers: FRANCISCVS I:D:G:AVSTRIAE IMPERATOR •, Laureate bust right.
revers: HVN:BOH:GAL:REX•A:A: - LO:WI:ET IN FR:DVX •1813 •, Crowned two-headed eagle.
diameter: 39,4mm, weight: 28,0g, axis: 0h,
exe, mint mark: -/-//G, mint: Nagybánya, date: 1813 A.D.,
ref: Unger III-1363b, Huszár-1943,
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058 Ferenc I., (Franc I. of Habsburg-Lotharingia), King of Hungary, (1792-1835 A.D.), AR-Thaler, U III 1365a, 1826 B, 115 views058 Ferenc I., (Franc I. of Habsburg-Lotharingia), King of Hungary, (1792-1835 A.D.), AR-Thaler, U III 1365a, 1826 B,
avers: FRANCISCVS I•D•G•AVSTRIAE IMPERATOR •, Laureate bust right.
revers: HVN•BOH•LOMB•ET VEN• - GAL•LOD•IL•REX•A•A•1826•, Crowned two-headed eagle.
diameter: 39,0-39,7mm, weight: 28,2g, axis: 0h,
exe, mint mark: -/-//B, mint: Körmöcbánya, date: 1826 A.D.,
ref: Unger III-1363b, Huszár-1947,
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Animation !!!, Die Match experiment to compare two different József-I., Thaler revers.100 viewsDie Match experiment to compare two different József-I., Thaler revers.
József-I. (Habsburg), (1705-1711 AD) King of Hungary.
The coins strucked Pozsony (nowadays Bratislava), C-H/C.S.H/I.G.S. 1706,1707,1708 and C-H/ P-W/I.G.S. 1710.
All coins are very rare. It is visible all was strucked the same die, but each year was the date re engraved ..
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Animation !!!, Die Match experiment to compare two different Leupold-I., 15 Kreuzer revers73 viewsDie Match experiment to compare two different Leupold-I., 15 Kreuzer revers
Leupold-I. (Habsburg), (1657-1705 AD) King of Hungary.
The coin strucked Nagybánya, N-B in 1682.
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AUSTRIA - ALBRECHT II117 viewsAUSTRIA - Albrecht II. von Habsburg (1330-1358) silver pfennig. Mint: Vienna. Mintmaster: Jans von Tierna.
Obv.: Rider with Austrian shield in right hand, riding to right, clover leaf under horse.
Rev.: Embossing traces.
Weight: 0,57g. VF. Reference: CNA B246. Luschin 153. (Luschin lists this as Rudolf IV (1358-1365); Lanz as Albrecht II.
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AUSTRIA - ALBRECHT II162 viewsAUSTRIA - ALBRECHT II von Habsburg (1330-1358) silver pfennig, Vienna mint. Mintmaster: Jans von Tierna.
Obv.: Curly-haired head facing right.
Rev.: Embossing traces.
Weight: 0,76g. Beautiful! Reference: CNA B244. *NOTE: Luschin would list as #150, Albrecht III - however those issues more resemble a ram's head type. This attribution from Lanz Numismatik, Munich.
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Austria. Frederich the Handsome, Duke of Austria and Styria (1308-1330). 28 viewsLuschin/Szego 159.

AR Pfennig, Wiener Neustadt mint, 15-16 mm.

Obv: Austrian shield inside six-petalled rose.

Rev: Shield of Austria between two panthers.

“Until the 12th century, coins were needed above all for exports; daily transactions were generally barter transactions. As the economy began to operate increasingly on the principle of the division of labor and as cities began to grow, money started to acquire more and more importance for regional trade. Municipal records show that even in Austria under Babenberg rule, money payments to feudal lords began to replace payments in kind. The growing monetarization of society ushered in a new phase in the history of coins. Monetary systems became regionalized. The denar, formerly used for external trade and exports, was replaced by the regional pfennig. New monetary borders came into existence, within which the rulers with coinage rights tried to enforce the compulsory, exclusive use of their own coins. Under Babenberg rule, the Vienna pfennig was accorded the role of regional money used in Austria. The Vienna pfennig came into its own when the mint was moved from Krems to Vienna at the end of the 12th century. It served as a means of payment for daily monetary transactions and remained a monetary unit even when large foreign coins were used to settle the growing volume of trade transactions – gold coins such as the Venetian or Florentine ducat and large silver coins like the Prague groschen. In the course of the 14th century, it became established as a currency in nearly the entire area covered by modern-day Austria, with the exception of Tyrol and Vorarlberg.” (“Money and Trade during the Era of the Silver Pfennig.” Oesterreichische Nationalbank

“It is assumed that most of the 13th and 14th century reverses are not legible at all. This is entirely normal as the obverses were usually struck after the reverses.” (Szego, at 52).

Frederick the Handsome (Friedrich der Schöne), from the House of Habsburg, was Duke of Austria and Styria from 1308 as Frederick I as well as King of Germany (King of the Romans) from 1314 (antiking until 1325) as Frederick III until his death.
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Coin Weight for Hungarian Ducat (=aranyforint = gulden)235 viewsAE 13 mm x 14 mm x 1.5 mm; original weight 3.5 gr.

Withers, P. and B.R., "Lions, Ships & Angels: The Galata Guide to Identifying Coin-Weights Found in Britain" (1995 & 2nd ed. revised 2011), p. 29 (per the dealer's flip).

Obv: Crowned St. Lászlo (= Ladislaus) standing facing, holding long cross in right hand and globus cruciger in left, flanked by H-D (= Hungaricus Ducatus), all in a beaded circle.

Rev: Blank.

The Hungarian aranyforint was struck in great quantities and circulated widely throughout Europe, so that they are found as far afield as England and Scotland. As many currencies circulated throughout Europe, coin weights were sold in boxed sets containing weights for a wide variety of coins that a merchant may encounter, together with a scale.

The obverse devise on this weight is similar to the medieval depiction of St. Lászlo which continuously appeared on the aranyforint from the reign of Lajos I (1342-1382) through the reign of Lajos II (1516-1526), and after the defeat of Hungary by the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Mohács, on the ayanyforints of János Szapolyai (1526-1540), but not on those of his Habsburg rival, Ferdinand I (1526-1564), or on those of the subsequent Habsburg kings of Hungary (the depiction of St. Lászlo on the Habsburg coins, and even on some of the later Jagiellon issues, was in a Renaissance style). The devise on the weight differs from that on the aranyforint primarily in that (a) St. Lászlo is holding a long cross rather than a halberd; and (b) St. Lászlo is not nimbate (although he is not consistently nimbate on the later Jagiellon issues and is not nimbate on the issues of János Szapolyai). The style of this weight suggests that it was manufactured pre- Mohács, and according to Withers, it was made in Germany during the 1400’s to 1500’s (Note: I am reliant upon the dealer’s flip for this information, as I have not been able to obtain Withers). However, a number of similarly styled coin weights issued by Antwerp masters who were active in the mid to late 1500’s (i.e., Bernaert Foncq (active 1550-1578), his son, Hans Foncq (active 1577-1603) and Rogier Verpoorten (active ca. 1580 and later)) indicates that the medieval St. Lászlo continued to appear on coin weights even after that style had become obsolete on the actual coins. presenting the possibility that this weight may have been manufactured post-Mohács.
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France – Flanders, Charles the Bold: 1467 – 7710 viewsDouble Gros, Roberts #7982

Charles the Bold (or Charles the Rash) was baptised Charles Martin and was Duke of Burgundy from 1467 to 1477. Known as Charles the Terrible to his enemies, he was the last Valois Duke of Burgundy and his early death was a pivotal, if under-recognised, moment in European history.

After his death, his domains began an inevitable slide towards division between France and the Habsburgs (who through marriage to his heiress Mary became his heirs). Neither side was satisfied with the results and the disintegration of the Burgundian state was a factor in most major wars in Western Europe for more than two centuries.

Charles’ end came at the Battle of Nancy. Charles formed a new army and arrived in the dead of winter before the walls of Nancy. Having lost many of his troops through the severe cold, it was with only a few thousand men that he met the joint forces of the Lorrainers and the Swiss, who had come to the relief of the town, at the Battle of Nancy (5 January 1477). Charles perished in the fight, his naked and disfigured body being discovered some days afterward frozen into the nearby river. Charles' head had been cleft in two by a halberd, lances were lodged in his stomach and loins, and his face had been so badly mutilated by wild animals that only his physician was able to identify him by his long fingernails and the old battle scars on his body.

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France. The Taking of Fontarabie7 viewsFeuardent cf. 13216-13223; La Tour cf. 2181-2187

Jeton, brass; minted in Nuremburg, 24 mm, 180°

Obv: LUD • XV D • G FR • -- ET N • REX, bust of Louis XV (1715-1774) facing left.

Rev: PACIS FIRMANDĆ EREPTUM PIGNUS (= peace strengthened, recovered, assured), Helmeted France on the left, standing to the right facing helmeted Spain, holding out an olive branch.

The jeton commemorates the capture of Fontarabie/Hondarribia (in the Spanish Basque country, on the French border) on June 16, 1719 by James I Fitz-James, Duke of Berwick, during the War of the Quadruple Alliance (1718–1720). By the Peace of Utrecht, the War of the Spanish Succession (1702-1714) ended with the Spanish inheritance divided between the Austrian Habsburgs and Spain to create a balance of power in Europe. Soon thereafter, Spain invaded Italy in an attempt to regain territories lost to the Habsburgs. Britain, France, the Dutch Republic and Austria formed the Quadruple Alliance to prevent Spanish revanchism.

Berwick (1670-1734) was the illegitimate son of James II Stuart, King of England and Scotland. He became a French citizen in 1703, Marshal of France in 1706 and Knight of the Golden Fleece in 1714, after his storming of Barcelona that year, essentially ending the War of the Spanish Succession. He resigned his titles in 1718 in favor of his son but remained in office by commission. Following the War of the Quadruple Alliance, Berwick was not called to serve in the field again until, 1733, when he led the Army of the Rhine in the War of the Polish Succession. He was decapitated by a cannonball during the Siege of Philippsburg in 1734.
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Hungary (Habsburg): Ferdinand I/Ferdinánd I (King of Hungary 1526-1564; Holy Roman Emperor 1558-1564)10 viewsHuszár 935; Unger 745a, dated 1555.

Billon denar, Kremnitz/Körmöcbánya (now Kremnica, Slovakia) mint, .48 g., 15.48 mm. max., 0°

Obv: • FERDINAND • D • G • R • VNG • 1555 (=Ferdinand Dei Gratia Rex Ungariae/ Ferdinand, King Hungary by the Grace of God), four-part shield with Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads and Bohemian lion, Austrian device in central escutcheon.

Rev: PATRONA • * • VNGARIE, Madonna, child to her left, K-B (=Kremnitz-Bergstadt/Körmöcz-Bánya) flanking.

Huszár rarity R2.
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Hungary (Habsburg): Ferdinand I/Ferdinánd I (King of Hungary 1526-1564; Holy Roman Emperor 1558-1564)10 viewsHuszár 936; Unger 748a, dated 1563.

Billon denar, Kremnitz/Körmöcbánya (now Kremnica, Slovakia) mint, .40 g., 15.46 mm. max., 0°.

Obv: • FER • D • G • E • R • O • I • S • AV • GE • HV • B • R (=Ferdinand Dei Gratia Electus Romanorum Imperator Semper Augustus Germania, Ungariae, Bohemia Rex/ Ferdinand, by the grace of God, elected Emperor of the Romans, always august, King of Germany, Hungary, Bohemia), four-part shield with Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads and Bohemian lion, Austrian device in central escutcheon.

Rev: PATRONA • * • VNGARIE, Madonna, child to her left, K-B (=Kremnitz-Bergstadt/Körmöcz-Bánya) flanking.

Huszár rarity R2.
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Hungary (Habsburg): Matthias II (King of Hungary 1608-1619; Holy Roman Emperor 1612-161929 viewsHuszár 1141, Unger 870, KM 40.1; dated 1614

Billon denar, Kremnitz/Körmöcbánya (now Kremnica, Slovakia) mint, .59 g., 14.26 mm. max., 180°

Obv: MAT (=Mathias) • D • G (=Dei Gratia/By the grace of God) • RO • I • S • AV (Romanorum Imperator Semper August/Emperor of the Romans Ever August) • GE (=Germany) • HV (=Hungary) • B (=Bohemia) • R (=Rex/King), two-part shield with Árpádian stripes and patriarchal cross emerging from crown on three hills, K-B (=Kremnitz-Bergstadt/Körmöcz-Bánya) flanking.

Rev: PATRO • HVNGA • 1614 •, Madonna without rays, child to her left.

Huszár rarity R6.
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Hungary (Habsburg): Matthias II (King of Hungary 1608-1619; Holy Roman Emperor 1612-1619)25 viewsHuszár 1140, Unger 869, KM 32 [?]; dated 1612

Billon denar, Kremnitz/Körmöcbánya (now Kremnica, Slovakia) mint, .58 g., 14.31 mm. max., 180°

Obv: MAT • II • D • G • [HV • BO • ]REX • 1612 • (= Matthias II Dei Gratia/By the grace of God Rex/King of Hungary and Bohemia), two-part shield with Árpádian stripes and patriarchal cross emerging from crown on three hills, K-B (=Kremnitz-Bergstadt/Körmöcz-Bánya) flanking, over-struck with partial legend MAT • II • D • ... starting at 5:00.

Rev: PATRONA HVNGARI •, Madonna without rays, child to her left.

Huszár rarity R6.
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Hungary (Habsburg): Maximilian/Miksa II (King of Hungary 1563-1576; Holy Roman Emperor 1564-1576)11 viewsHuszár 992; Unger 766a, dated 1570.

Billon denar, Kremnitz/Körmöcbánya (now Kremnica, Slovakia) mint, .57 g., 15.89 mm. max., 180°

Obv: MAX • II • D • G • E • RO • I • S • AV • G • HV • B • R • (=Maximilian II Dei Gratia Electus Romanorum Imperator Semper Augustus Germaniae, Hungariae, Bohemiae Rex/ Maximilian II the Always Glorious Roman Emperor, King of Germany, Hungary, and Bohemia by God's Grace), four-part shield with Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads and Bohemian lion, Austrian device in central escutcheon, 1570 above.

Rev: PATRONA * • VNGARIE, Madonna, child to her left, K-B (=Kremnitz-Bergstadt/Körmöcz-Bánya) flanking.

Huszár rarity R2.
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Hungary (Habsburg): Maximilian/Miksa II (King of Hungary 1563-1576; Holy Roman Emperor 1564-1576)12 viewsHuszár 993; Unger 767a, dated 1576.

Billon denar, Kremnitz/Körmöcbánya (now Kremnica, Slovakia) mint, .44 g., 16.20 mm. max., 0°

Obv: MAX • II • RO • I • S • AV • GE • HV • BO • R • (=Maximilian II, Romanorum Imperator Semper August/Emperor of the Romans Ever August, Rex/King of Germany, Hungary and Bohemia), four-part shield with Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads and Bohemian lion, Austrian device in central escutcheon, 1576 above.

Rev: PATRONA * • VNGARIE, Madonna, child to her left, K-B (=Kremnitz-Bergstadt/Körmöcz-Bánya) flanking.

Huszár rarity R2.
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Hungary (Habsburg): Rudolph (King of Hungary 1572-1608; Holy Roman Emperor 1576-1612)7 viewsHuszár 1059; Unger 811a, dated 1579.

Billon denar, Kremnitz/Körmöcbánya (now Kremnica, Slovakia) mint, .54 g., 15.24 mm. max., 0°.

Obv: • RVD • II • RO • I • S • AV • G • H • B • R (=Rudolphus II. Romanorum Imperator Semper Augustus Germania, Ungariae, Bohemia Rex/ Rudolph II, Emperor of the Romans, always august, King of Germany, Hungary, Bohemia), four-part shield with Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads and Bohemian lion, Austrian device in central escutcheon.

Rev: PATR * 1579 * HVNG, Madonna, child to her left, K-B (=Kremnitz-Bergstadt/Körmöcz-Bánya) flanking.

Huszár rarity R2.
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Huszár 724, Pohl 225, Unger 569a-b, RĂ©thy II 238, Kaplan (unpublished) Subtype B 190 viewsHungary. Matthias "Corvinus" (Mátyás Hunyadi in Hun.) (1458-1490). AR denar.

Obv: +MOnETA • – • hVnGARIE, Four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads, Bohemian lion), raven with ring in escutcheon, small Szapolyai shield (rampant unicorn facing left) below.

Rev: PATRO – VNGAR, Crowned nimbate Madonna with nimbate infant Jesus to her right, S–W in fields.

The type was probably struck in occupied Vienna by István Szapolyai, the Hungarian provincial governor, 1487-1490 (per Pohl) or 1489-1490 (per Huszár) or ca. 1485-1490 (per Unger), with an average fineness of approximately .500 silver, and an average weight of .59023 g.

Subtype B is an uncommon variation of an uncommon emission, in that the obverse legend is in a Gothic style rather than a Renaissance style. It is neither described nor depicted in any of the catalogs.

Historic Note: There had been tension and sporadic warfare between Matthias and Frederick III of Austria (the Holy Roman Emperor) from the inception of Matthias's reign. On June 1, 1485 Vienna fell to the Hungarian forces. Matthias made the city his capital, and declared himself Duke of Austria. The city reverted to Habsburg control immediately after Matthias died.

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Huszár 724, Pohl 225, Unger 569a-b, RĂ©thy II 238, Kaplan Subtype A233 viewsHungary. Matthias “Corvinus” (Mátyás Hunyadi in Hun.) (1458-1490). AR denar, 14.5 mm.

Obv: + MONETA – VNGARIE, Four-part shield with Hungarian arms (Árpádian stripes, patriarchal cross, Dalmatian leopard heads, Bohemian lion), raven with ring in escutcheon, small Szapolyai shield (rampant unicorn facing left) below.

Rev: PATRO – VNG, Crowned nimbate Madonna with nimbate infant Jesus to her right, S–W in fields.

The type was probably struck in occupied Vienna by István Szapolyai, the Hungarian provincial governor, 1487-1490 (per Pohl) or 1489-1490 (per Huszár) or ca. 1485-1490 (per Unger), with an average fineness of approximately .500 silver, and an average weight of .59023 g.

Subtype A is the standard variety of this emission, in which the legends are in a Renaissance style.

Historic Note: There had been tension and sporadic warfare between Matthias and Frederick III of Austria (the Holy Roman Emperor) from the inception of Matthias's reign. On June 1, 1485 Vienna fell to the Hungarian forces. Matthias made the city his capital, and declared himself Duke of Austria. The city reverted to Habsburg control immediately after Matthias died.
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JÓZSEF I. (Joseph I. Habsburg) (1705-1711A.D.) AR-Medal,66 viewsJÓZSEF I. (Joseph I. Habsburg) (1705-1711A.D.) AR-Medal,
avers:- IOSEPH IM NAHMEN UND ERBRECHT DER ERSTE•, •I•K• behind the bust,
revers:- DIR UND DEINEM SAMEN NACHDIR•,
exerg: -/-//DEN 9 DEC •1687•, diameter: 34mm, weight:14,87g, axes:0h,
material: AR, mint: , artist: , date: A.D.,
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JÓZSEF I. (Joseph I. Habsburg) (1705-1711A.D.) AR-Medal,66 viewsJÓZSEF I. (Joseph I. Habsburg) (1705-1711A.D.) AR-Medal,
At the coronation Joseph I., King of Hungary.
avers:- IOSEPH DER I• KÖNIG IN HVNGARN•, Bust of Joseph I. right
revers:- GE=KRONT*, IN PRESBVRG 1687* DEN 9 DEC•, Hungarian shield and Crown.
edge lettering: + DIE LIEB DER FREUND • MACHT FRUCHT DEM FEIND •,
exe:-/-//--, diameter: 30mm, weight:10,74g, axes:0h,
material: AR, mint: , artist: , date: 1687A.D.,
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Low countries, silver jeton 1578: on the negotiations for the 'Union of Utrecht'88 viewsObverse: VICIT•LEO•DE•TRIBV•IVDA, rose above, Dutch lion standing left, raising sword in right paw and holding bundle of five arrows in the left
Reverse: VICTORIAE•PRAEMIV•LIBERTAS•1578 divided by mintmark (=hand), CALC•ORDINV•BELGII, bundle of seven arrows

Minted in: Antwerp (mintmark = hand)

On 23 January 1579 the 'Union of Utrecht' was signed in Utrecht, the Netherlands, which was a treaty unifying the northern provinces of the Netherlands, until then under the control of Habsburg Spain. The Union of Utrecht is regarded as the foundation of the Republic of the Seven United Provinces, which was not recognized by the Spanish Empire until the Twelve Years' Truce in 1609.

The sheaf of five arrows on the obverse represents the first five States which joined the Union; the sheaf of seven arrows became the symbol of the Republic of the Seven United Provinces.



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Low countries, silver jeton 1581: the Dutch renounce Philip II as their king92 viewsObverse: POTIVS•MORI•QVAM•UT•CANIS•AD•VOMITVM, rose above, 1581 below, man (=representation of king Philip II) threatening to beat a dog, which refuses to eat its own vomitted food, with a morning star (=spiked club)
Reverse: PERDE•QUI•CONTRISTANT•ANIMA•MEAM, the same man (king Philip II) is being struck down by an arrow from the clouds, giving the dog the opportunity to escape

Minted in: Dordrecht

On 23 January 1579 the 'Union of Utrecht' was signed in Utrecht, the Netherlands, which was a treaty unifying the northern provinces of the Netherlands, until then under the control of Habsburg Spain. Following this, the Dutch formally declared their independence from the Spanish king Philip II in 1581. To this end the rebellious States-General of the Low Countries signed the 'Act of Abjuration' on 26 July 1581, officially declaring the throne vacant. The Dutch name for the 'Act of Abjuration': "Plakkaat van Verlatinghe", which may be translated as "Placard of Desertion", referred not to desertion of Philip by his subjects, but rather to a suggested desertion of the Dutch "flock" by their malevolent "shepherd," Philip (because of his (bad) behavior towards the Low Countries). (Source: wikipedia)

The independence from Spain is represented on this jeton as the dog (=the Dutch people) that escapes its oppressor (=king Philip II).



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POST MEDIEVAL, Austria, Rudolph II, 1612, 1 TALER828 viewsSilver coin with 27,65 grams.
Ruler: Rudolphus II (Habsburg Dinasty) 1576 - 1612
Ensisheim Mint
OBV.: RVDOLPHVS:II:D:G:RO:IM:SE:AVG:GER:HVN:BOH:REX 1612
REV.: NEC:NON:ARCHIDCES:AVS:DV:LAN:G:CO:FE
Ref.: KM# 241.3 Dav.: 3034
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PRUSSIA - Duke Albert 249 viewsPRUSSIA - Duke Albert. Grand Master of the Teutonic Order. Albert (Lived May 16, 1490 - March 20, 1568 -- Reigned 1525-1569 ), Grand Master of the Teutonic Order and first duke of Ducal Prussia, was the third son of Frederick of Hohenzollern, prince of Ansbach and Bayreuth, and Sophia, daughter of Casimir IV Jagiello grand duke of Lithuania and king of Poland and his wife Elisabeth Habsburg. Obv.: IVSTVS EX FIDE VIVIT 1538 [shield] – Bareheaded, cuirassed bust right. Rev.: ALBER D G MAR BRAN DVX PRVSS – Eagle with open wings. , 1.84 g. dpaul7
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PRUSSIA - Duke Albert266 viewsPRUSSIA - Albert (Lived May 16, 1490 - March 20, 1568 -- Reigned 1525-1569 ), Grand Master of the Teutonic Order and first duke of Ducal Prussia, was the third son of Frederick of Hohenzollern, prince of Ansbach and Bayreuth, and Sophia, daughter of Casimir IV Jagiello grand duke of Lithuania and king of Poland and his wife Elisabeth Habsburg. Obv.: IVSTVS EX FIDE VIVIT 1545 [shield] – Bareheaded, cuirassed bust right. Rev.: ALBER D G MAR BRAN DVX PRVSS – Eagle with open wings. 24 mm, 1.84 g
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RDR -- Herzogtum Schlesien Leopold I. (1657-1705) 169714 viewsGröschel (Silber)
Münzstätte: Oppeln
Vs: Doppeladler, auf der Brust gekröntes Wappen von Hasburg-Burgund
Vs: Reichsapfel mit Wertangabe 3 zwischen Jahreszahl.
Gewicht: 0,7g
Durchmesser: 15 mm
Erhaltung: sehr schön _897
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Silesia, Schweidnitz (anonymous civic issue) under Kingdom of Bohemia.9 viewsKopicki 8697, Saurma 212/95, Friedensburg 704.

AR bracteate heller, ca. 1430; .13 gr., 13.59 mm. max.

Obv. Boar's head with long tusks facing right, within circular border.

Schweidnitz became a town in 1250, and was then part of the Duchy of Breslau (now Wrocław). From 1291-1392 it was the capital of the Duchy of Schweidnitz under Polish Piast dukes. It was then incorporated into the Kingdom of Bohemia, where it remained until 1526, when Silesia came under the rule of the Habsburg Monarchy. It was annexed by Prussia during the First Silesian War (1740-42), eventually becoming part of Germany. After World War II most of Silesia became part of Poland, and the city was officially renamed Świdnica.
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