Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg I (1615-56 AD), silver Taler, 1624

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Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg I (1615-56 AD), silver Taler, 1624, Dresden, IOHAN GEORG DG DVX SAX IVL CLIV ET MONTI, half-length armoured figure to right, holding sword over right shoulder…
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Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg I (1615-56 AD), silver Taler, 1624, Dresden, IOHAN GEORG DG DVX SAX IVL CLIV ET MONTI, half-length armoured figure to right, holding sword over right shoulder and helmet in left hand. Rev. SA ROM IMP ARCHIM ET ELECT, Spanish shield of manifold arms, eighteen shields within, with central shield of Electorate of Saxony, six ornate helmets above divide date, swan mintmark, engraver: Heinrich Von Rehnen, 28.41g (Clauss & Kahnt 156; Sch. 818, Dav. 7601).

About Extremely Fine, with some weakness on the edges.

Specification

Period 1615 - 1656 AD
Date 1624
Coin Group

World

Denomination

Thaler

Coin Ruler

Saxe-Eisenach

Country

Germany

Coin House

States, Cities, Issuers

Metal

Silver

Mint Mark

Dresden

References Clauss & Kahnt 156; Sch. 818, Dav. 7601
Weight 28.41 g

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