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

ND (ca. 1574-1575). Ferdinand I (1521-64) Taler. Hall Mint. Posthumously struck coinage. DAV-8030. Obv: Crowned, armored and bearded half-length figure, (with elderly features) right, holding sword and scepter. Rev: Single headed heraldic eagle left, with shield including Austrian (stripes of Hapsburg) and Spanish (castle of Castile) arms. A rolling-dies mint was introduced in Austria during the rule of Ferdinand II (after 1564), which led previously to the wrong conclusion, that this rare type is a posthumous strike. Due to further research and numismatic discussions, the origin of the so called "Walzentaler" ("rolling-dies thaler") became more likely to be Augsburg, where the Emperor spent few more few months (January 1555 - September 1555). A nice specimen of this rare type, with raising popularity, especially after the discovery of its German-City-Mint origin!. Superb condition for this rare type. NGC MS-64.

 

Price: $4,500

1651-KB. Ferdinand III (1637-1657) Taler. Kremnitz Mint. DAV-3198. Sharp strike, with lusterous appeal - very charming original coin. NGC MS-64.

 

Price: $3,500

1704. Austria. Leopold I *1657-1705) Taler. Hall Mint. DAV-1003. KM-1303.4, Her. 652, M-T-760. A one of a kind surviving specimen having all one would expect from a crown - strike, eye appeal and design. Amazing patina. UNC.
 
Price: $2,150

1766. Austria. Burgau. Maria Theresa Levant Taler 1766. DAV-1148. KM-16. Gunzburg mint in Burgau. Burgau, located near Ulm in Germany, belonged to the Holy Roman Empire during the 18th century. It later passed to Bavaria. Well struck and fully brilliant luster intact. Austria minted a Levant Trade Thaler for two years. The venture was not a long-term success. The type is rather common in well worn condition, but Choice, Mint State specimens are very scarce. PCGS MS-65.

 

Price: $2,000

1783-B. Joseph II (1780-1790) Taler. Kremnitz Mint. DAV-1168B. A real beauty, highly desired in mint state. Lovely colors to this one. NGC MS-64.

 

Price: $1,750

1789(b). Austria Netherlands. Joseph II. 1/2 Kronentaler. Angelface Mintmark, Brussels Mint. Engraver: Théodore Van Berckel. KM-34. Mintage of 24,418. 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. Date divided by mint mark. Legend around for "Archidux Austriae Dux Burgundiae Lotharingiae Brabantiae Comes Flandriae". Conditionally scarce piece with original mint luster. PCGS MS-64.

 

Price: $4,250

1826-A. Lower Austria. Holy Roman Emperor Francis II (1804-1835) Thaler. Vienna Mint. DAV-9. KM-2163. A superb strike with battleship gray toning and strong underlying luster. Scarce in such condition. NGC MS-64.

 

Price: $1,750

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: $600

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