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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, any transaction fulfillment will be postponed until further notice. I am, however, taking orders, and can place items on hold. 

 

These all come from my core collection. If there is anything of interest, feel free to reach out to info@taleruniverse.com.

1603. Germany. Teutonic Order. Grandmaster Maximilian of Austria Taler. Hall mint. KM-5854. Dudik-187b. Beautifully toned crown with original skin. Superb preservation and presentation of this broad flan type. NGC MS-62.

 

Price: $2,500

1618 CO. Teutonic Order. Grandmaster Archduke Maximilian (1612-1618) Taler. DAV-3324. Tirol, Hall Mint. Lovely intricate design, highly lusterous piece. NGC MS-64.

 

ON HOLD

1623. Salzburg. Paris of Lodron (1619-1653) Taler. DAV-3497. Very hard to find these in mint state with a sharp strike. These were crudely minted and have plachet flaws, as this one does. One of the centerpieces of the set. NGC MS-63.

 

Price: $2,100

1631-KB. HUNGARY. Ferdinand II (1619-37) Taler. Kremnitz Mint. DAV-3129. KM-75. Huszar-1179. Voglhuber-142. Nicely toned with luster amongst devices and legend. Often weakly struck as a type, toning over lustrous surfaces, with small natural planchet flaw in rim. Very tough to find in mint state. NGC MS-63.

1638. Ferdinand III (1637-1657) Taler. DAV-3185. Graz Mint. Scarcer type. Colorful original patina with strong details. Tough to find this nice from the Graz mint. NGC MS-63.

 

1669. GERMAN STATES. Saxe-New-Gotha. Ernst I Taler.  Obv: Bride and groom hold hands under a dove and the divine glory, Hebrew lettering of Jehovah, with rays descending on marriage of Ernst's son Frederick and Magdalena Sybilla of Weissenfels. Rev: 12-line inscription. KM-25; DAV-7449; Schnee 425; Steguweit 22. Extremely rare, Krause notes a mintage of just 747 pieces. Lovely olive and gold toning. NGC MS-62.

 

Price: $3,750

1693. German States. Henneberg-Ilmenau Taler. Mintmaster Sebastian Altmann. DAV 7481; KM-14; Müseler Supplement 56.6 / 4 a; Snow 619; Coll. Vogelsang 782 var. Issued to commemorate the yield of the mines in Ilmenau. Obv: Two ornamented helmets and crested shields of Saxony and Henneberg including mountain and metallurgical implements supported by miners. Rev: Crowned hen to the right, under the radiant name of Jehovah, in the section "Signatur BA". NGC AU-58.

 

Price: $3,750

1694. Salzburg. Johann Ernst von Thun und Hohenstein (1687-1709) Taler. DAV-3510; KM-254. Obv: Saint behind arms. Lustrous with lovely iridescent toning. Rev: Madonna and child over hatted arms. The classical epitome of Salzburg archiepiscopal issues, presented here with exceptional brightness, needle-sharp detail, and abounding watery luster. NGC MS-63. 

Salzburg was the leading trade and religious center of the Austrian-Holy Roman Empire, and one of the most prolific and venerable of the "independent" coining entities. 


Ex. Millennia Collection; Ex Irving Goodman Collection.

 

Price: $1,500

1698. Leopold I (1657-1705) "The Hogmouth" Taler. DAV-3235.Styria, Graz Mint. Tougher type. Lovely colorful toning and detail. Edge clip evident, yet does not take much away from the overall look of this coin. NGC MS-63.

1703-KB. Hungary. Leopold I (1657-1705) "The Hogmouth" Half Taler. Kremnitz Mint. KM-251. Extreme luster across the coin. Rare type in this elite quality. NGC MS-65.

 

Price: $1,400

1731. Charles VI (1711-1740) Taler, DAV-1086. Bohemia. Prague Mint. Exceptional coin, planchet flaw on reverse only issue preventing perfection. NGC MS-64.

 

Price: $1,750

1769. Salzburg. Sigismund III., Graf von Schrattenbach (1753-1771) 1/2 Show Taler Commemorating the South Gate ("Sigismundtor") Completion. Engraver: Franz Xaver Matzenkopf Jr. HZ:2965. BR:4157. Very scarce. PCGS MS-62.

 

Price: $550

1788-A. Austria Netherlands. Joseph II. 1/2 Kronentaler. Vienna Mint. KM-34. Herinek: 194. Obv: Laureate portrait to the right. Legend around for "Iosephus II Dei Gratia Romanorum Imperator Semper Augustus Germaniae Hierosolymae Hungariae Bohemiaeque Rex". Rev: Burgundian cross divides three crowns, decorated with the Order of the Golden Fleece. Legend around for "Archidux Austriae Dux Burgundiae Lotharingiae Brabantiae Comes Flandriae". Beautiful patina. PCGS MS-63

 

Price: $575

1789. Austria Netherlands. Joseph II Kronenthaler. DAV-1284. KM-32. Brussels mint. Mintage of 356,000. Obv: Bust right, IOSEPH II D G R IMP. Rev: Floriated cross with 3 crowns in upper angles, ARCH AUST DUX BURG LOTH BRAB. An extremely sharp example with mottled silvery-gold patina, original mint luster, and charming angel face mintmark. A premium piece rarely seen in such high grade. PCGS MS-62.

 

Price: $950

1790. Austrian Netherlands. Belgium Insurrection. Florin. Brussels Mint. Mintage: 15,000. KM-48. Obverse: Lion rampant r., In Unione Salus
"Salvation in Union". Reverse: Hands grasp a bundle of 11 arrows representing 11 provinces: East Flanders, West Flanders, Brabant, Hainault, Tournai, Namur, Luxembourg, Liège, Limburg, Antwerp and Mechelen. KM 48. Struck during the revolution against Emperor Joseph II's anti-clerical innovations in the church. A stunner and finest known. PCGS MS-67.

 

ON HOLD

1790. Austrian Netherlands. Belgium Insurrection. Florin. Brussels Mint. Mintage: 25,000. KM-49. Obv: Lion rampant r., Domini est Regnum
"Our Kingdom is the Lord's". Rev. Two hands shaking, grasp a bundle of 11 arrows representing 11 provinces: East Flanders, West Flanders, Brabant, Hainault, Tournai, Namur, Luxembourg, Liège, Limburg, Antwerp and Mechelen. ET IPSE DOMINABITUR GENTIUM (and He Himself rules the nations.). Struck during the revolution against Emperor Joseph II's anti-clerical innovations in the church. A stunner and finest known. PCGS MS-66.

 

ON HOLD

1791 ICK. GERMAN STATES. Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt 1/2 Taler. Friedrich Karl. Saalfeld. KM 133; Jaeger 20; Fischer 587.Obv: Bust of Friederick Karl facing left. Rev: Two nude bushmen aside the coat of arms. Superb lustrous gem, attractively toned. NGC MS-65.

 

Price: $1,950

1794. Lobkowitz. Vienna Mint. Franz Josef Maximilian (1784-1816) Taler. Engraver: Josef Vinazer. Dav-1190; Unger-3814; Holzm-58; KM-11. Mintage: 300. Obv: Draped bust right. Legend (starts 7h) for "Franz Joseph Maximilian Princeps De Lobkowitz Dux Raudenensis Princeps Comites In Sternstein". Rev: 2 shields within crowned mantle. Legend for "Tutela Mariae Gabrielae Principissae Viduae De Lobkowitz Natae Principissae Sabaudiae Carignani Et Augustae Principissae De Lobkowitz". Very scarce private noble house issue with only 300 minted in total. PCGS AU-50.

 

Lobkowitz is still a noble family today. In fact, there is a palace in Vienna that was owned by the Lobkowitz family until 1980. It is presently the theater museum of the Austrian National Library. Franz Josef Maximilian is best known as Beethoven's patron.

 

Price: $4,000

1801 Austria. Gurk. Franz Xavier V, Graf von Salm-Reifferscheid (1782-1822) Taler. Vienna Mint. KM-2, DAV-40. Holzmair 66 Kahnt 187. Slg. Unger 1972. CSch. 2517, Schulman 4246. Slg. Horsky 4800. 41mm. 28.22gr. PCGS MS-61.

 

Price: $2,000

NEW ZEALAND: AE penny token, ND, KM-Tn49, Maori Warrior with moko (facial tattoo) holding spear and shield with ADVANCE NEW ZEALAND around // Maori warrior by palm tree with sword and shield. Waka (canoe), kiwi, mountain and lake in background, NEW ZEALAND above, issue of Milner & Thompson in Christchurch. PCGS MS-63 BN.

1866. Liberia. Proof Pattern Cent. 25.5mm. KM-Pn11. Large size variety. Obv: Liberty head left. Reverse. Rev: Palm tree, value and date. An exceptionally pristine survivor, presently ranking, undisputed, as the finest certified at NGC. NGC PR-67 BN. 

 

$2,250

Medal commemorative devoted to the memory of Johannes Hevelius (1611-1687). Engraver: Ewa Olszewska-Borys. Cast bronze. 109x115mm. Issued by the Nicolaus Copernicus Museum in Frombork, 1986. 

 

Price: $700

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