1624. Bohemia. Ferdinand II, 1592-1618-1637 Taler. Joachimstal Mint. Mintmaster:. Gregor Steinmüller. Obv: Emperor stands in armor, holding scepter and orb. Rev: Crowned double eagle with breastplate. A sharp specimen, offering great luster and peripheral toning for this Bohemian crown type. PCGS AU-58.
1632. Hungary. Ferdinand II (1617-1637) Taler. Nagybánya Mint. Dav. 3131, Her. 589a, Huszár 1182, Voglh. 144/I; Obv: Laurate bust facing right with wide curls, necklace and the ring of the order of the golden fleece; Smaller portrait, remains within inner circle. Rev: Under the imperial crown, double-headed eagle holding sword and scepter with crowned twofold straight Hungarian coat of arms (Árpád stripes, double cross on a triple hill) with no center chest-shield. Mintmark at the feet of eagle inside. Scare type and practically non existant in mint state. NGC MS-61.
1633-KB. HUNGARY. Ferdinand II (1619-37) Taler. Kremnitz Mint. DAV-3129. KM-75. Huszar-1179. Voglhuber-142. Luster abounds on this absolutely stunning, mint-state example with exceptional, high-relief detail and the most beautiful mixture of amber-silver patination. NGC MS-63.
Pedigreed to the Virgil Brand Collection.