Modern Restrikes

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1953. Austria Silver Guldiner Guldengroschen, Hall (Tyrol), Official Restrike restrike of the legendary 1486 issue. X#M28. Obverse: Sigismund standing in armor,wearing crown and holding orb; shield to left, crested helmet to right, restrike date (1953) below. Legend: .SIGISMVNDVS: *: ARCHIDVX. AVSTRIE. Reverse: Armored knight on horseback right, carrying banner. Date (1486) below. All within circle of 16 shields. Mintage: Only 5000 pcs Weight: 31.95 gram of Silver (.900) Diameter: 40 mm The Guldengroschen was a large silver coin originally minted in Tirol in 1486. PCGS MS-67+.

1520 (1967) Medieval Czechoslovakia Joachim Taler 1520 Restrike; This is a replica of an old Bohemian coin known as the Joachimstaler. Saint (Sanctvs) Joachim (Ioachim), according to Catholic tradition, was the father of Mary, mother of Jesus. He is shown on the front. A lion of Bohemia, the old traditional Czech lands, is shown on the back. NGC MS-67 Antiqued finish.

1602  Austria - House of Habsburg Crown (20th Century Silver Re-Strike)  Obv: Emperor Rudolph II's Crown. Reverse: Imperial eagle with crown and coat of arms all surrounded by legend.  Silver, Proof-like, 34.08 mm, 15.0 g, Edge: Reeded edge, The Crown of Rudolf II, later Crown of the Austrian Empire, "Made for Rudolf II, Roman emperor, King of Hungary and Bohemia, in 1602".  NGC MS-69.

1928. Austria. Salzburg. 1/2 Thaler. Macho-286, private medallic issue commemorating the 300th anniversary of the Salzburg Cathedral's consecration, obverse based on the model of the domweihtaler of 1628 with two monastery saints with cathedral building // reverse very loosely based on the thaler of 1612 with two monastery saints around the coat of arms of Markus Sittich von Hohenems, Struck by local jeweler, Anton Koppenwallner with his initials AK and hallmarks on reverse. Similar design to the full Thaler yet at a lower weight. PCGS SP-66. 

1928. Austria. Salzburg Thaler. Macho-285, private medallic issue commemorating the 300th anniversary of the Salzburg Cathedral's consecration, obverse based on the model of the domweihtaler of 1628 with two monastery saints with cathedral building // reverse very loosely based on the thaler of 1612 with two monastery saints around the coat of arms of Markus Sittich von Hohenems, Struck by local jeweler, Anton Koppenwallner with his initials AK and hallmarks on reverse. PCGS SP-66. 

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