German States

1616-WA. Saxe-Gotha. Johann Casimir & Johann Ernst Taler. DAV-7429. KM-17. Bright multicolored tone frames the centers with a strong strike further aiding the overall eye-appeal. A magnificent representative of the type that is likely unsurpassed in visual appearance. Accompanied with an old collector's ticket. Ex. New Netherlands Coin Company. NGC MS-63★. Stunning Coin.

1623 GA. Saxe-Middle-Weimar. Johann Ernst (1622-1626) and his 5 brothers Taler. Mintmaster: Gabriel Andrae. DAV-7532. Schnee 353, Koppe 220, Slg. Mers. 3844. Known as the "Pallas Taler" for the standing Pallas Athene dominating the obverse. Obv: Standing Pallas with flagpole and escutcheon, left the field with a laurel wreath. Rev: Crest. A choice example with lovely patination and mint luster. This design has a classical appeal featuring a standing figure of Pallas. NGC MS-62.

1656. Germany. Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel. August the Younger Wildman Taler 1656-HS, DAV-6341, KM4442.1. Extraordinary scarce condition, a bit of weakness in strike yet esentially no wear. NGC MS-64.

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.

1796 HGBH. German States, Frankfurt am Main Taler.  DAV-2229, KM-288. A contribution thaler. Obv: Crowned eagle within beaded border. Rev: Value and date. Lustrous and satiny with lovely golden toning on both sides. Choice for the type. PCGS MS-64.

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