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our monthly special offer

ATTIKA, ATHENE - AR tetradrachm, 449 - 413 BC

weight 17,17gr. ; Ø 24mm.
obv. Head of Athena right wearing crested helmet
ornamented with three olive-leaves  and floral scroll
rev. Owl standing right, head facing, to left olive-twig and crescent, 
to right A
ΘE within incuse square
BMC 62 ; SNG.Copenhagen 32 ; Starr Pl.XXII,7 ; cf. Svoronos pl.11,1
Wonderful coin with attractive owl with fine details and beautiful toning.
vf/xf à xf-

1.300,00 



Our latest acquisitions

ROMANIA, KINGDOM - 1 Leu 1914

Carol I, 1866 - 1914
weight 5,00gr. ; silver Ø 23mm.
KM.42
unc

45,00 



GERMANY - DEUTSCHES REICH - WILHELM II - ½ Mark 1907 J, Hamburg

Wilhelm II, 1888 - 1918
weight 2,73gr. ; silver Ø 20mm.
KM.17 ; Jaeger 16 ; AKS.6
vf

3,00 



GERMANY - TRIER, ERZBISTUM - Goldgulden n.d. (1399-1402), Oberwesel

Werner von Falkenstein, 1388 - 1418
weight 3,48gr. ; gold Ø 21,5mm.
with MONETA NOVA WESALIЄNSIS
obv. Saint John standing facing, holding scepter with cross in left hand,
right hand poiting up and cross between legs •WERNERVS. - .AREPVS TRЄ•
rev. Five coats of arms within quadfoil within inner circle
+MONЄTA+NOVAxWESALIЄNSIS

Noss 315 ; Felke 656 ; Friedberg 3426 R
Very attractive and well-struck coin with excellent details.

xf/unc

1.850,00 



GERMANY - NÜRNBERG, REICHSSTADT - Reichstaler 1696

weight 28,92gr. ; silver Ø 42mm.
“Auf die Vorverhandlungen zum Frieden von Rijswijk” 
Davenport 5668 ; Kellner 265
vf/xf

750,00 



GERMANY - SCHLESIEN (SILESIA), HERZOGTUM - 3 Talerklippe 1621 HR, Glogau

Die Schlesischen Stände
weight 12,25gr. ; silver 27x27mm.
Mintmaster Hans Riedel. Without mint- or mintmastermark.
Edge counter-marked with a P.
obv. Silesian eagle facing, head left, wings spread, cross on chest;
H R within tail feathers, 16 21 flanking; all within dotted circle;
stamp with 4 / M monogram above; stamp with monogram below,
around the legend MONETA  ARGETEA  SILESIÆ • III • TALERO : rose
rev. Blank

During the Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648), Johann Georg von Jägerndorf, the Protestant ruler of Silesia, sent troops to Bohemia to assist Frederick V of the Palatinate in his fight against Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II. As a result of his actions in support of the Protestants, Johann Georg lost his territory in 1621 when the forces of Ferdinand II put down Frederick V’s rebellion. In the last days of the uprising at the end of 1621, Frederick sought shelter at Breslau in the hopes of organizing a last stand. However, his war weary allies sent no funding or military support. As the Austrian forces approached, Frederick retreated. Silesia, abandoned by its leader, was forced to make peace with the Holy Roman Empire. It issued a series of emergency coins to help pay its debts. This klippe, marked with a value of three talers, was part of that issue. It has been struck in the city of Glogau, not far from Breslau. 

KM.24 (German States) ; Friedensburg & Seger 83 ; Mailliet 5 ; Kopicki 7018
vf

695,00 





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