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The Bishopric of Riga existed from 1186, was upgraded to the Archbishopric of Riga in 1255, and throughout its time, it was a member of the Livonian Confederation. Due to conflicts with both the Livonian Order and the City of Riga, Thomas Schöning (1528–1539) moved his seat out of Riga and to Koknese. The seat was only moved back to Riga in 1547. As a result of the Livonian War (1558–1583), the Archbishopric of Riga fell to the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in 1561, officially ceasing to exist in 1563. Read more

See also: Livonian Order, Latvia, Free city of Riga

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Archbishopric of Riga - Brakteat (1186-1255)

1 Hohlpfennig - Albert / Nikolaus (No dots) – obverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Albert / Nikolaus (No dots) – reverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Albert / Nikolaus (No dots)
(1199-1253)
Silver – 0.12 g – ø 14 mm
Haljak II# 735
1 Hohlpfennig - Albert / Nikolaus (One dot) – obverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Albert / Nikolaus (One dot) – reverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Albert / Nikolaus (One dot)
(1199-1253)
Silver – 0.12 g – ø 14 mm
Haljak II# 736
1 Hohlpfennig - Albert / Nikolaus (Three dots) – obverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Albert / Nikolaus (Three dots) – reverse
1 Hohlpfennig - Albert / Nikolaus (Three dots)
(1199-1253)
Silver – 0.13 g – ø 14 mm
Haljak II# 737

Archbishopric of Riga - Artig (1418-1426)

1 Artig = 3 Lübische = 6 Seestling

1 Seestling - Johannes VI Ambundi – obverse
1 Seestling - Johannes VI Ambundi – reverse
1 Seestling - Johannes VI Ambundi
(1418-1424)
Silver – 0.15 g – ø 11 mm
1 Lübische - Johannes VI Ambundi – obverse
1 Lübische - Johannes VI Ambundi – reverse
1 Lübische - Johannes VI Ambundi
(1418-1424)
Silver – 0.38 g – ø 12 mm
Fed# 342
1 Artig - Johannes VI Ambundi (Without circle) – obverse
1 Artig - Johannes VI Ambundi (Without circle) – reverse
1 Artig - Johannes VI Ambundi (Without circle)
(1418-1424)
Silver – 1.32 g – ø 18 mm
Haljak II# 739, Fed# 340
1 Artig - Johannes VI Ambundi (With circle) – obverse
1 Artig - Johannes VI Ambundi (With circle) – reverse
1 Artig - Johannes VI Ambundi (With circle)
(1418-1424)
Silver – 1.22 g – ø 19 mm
Haljak II# 741, Fed# 340, Neum# 342

Archbishopric of Riga - Schilling (1422-1563)

1 Ferding = 9 Schilling = 27 Pfennig = 54 Scherf • 4 Ferding = 1 Mark • 4.5 Mark = 1 Thaler

1 Scherf - Silvester Stodewescher – obverse
1 Scherf - Silvester Stodewescher – reverse
1 Scherf - Silvester Stodewescher
(1448-1479)
Silver – 0.21 g – ø 13 mm
Fed# 346
1 Scherf - Sede Vacante – obverse
1 Scherf - Sede Vacante – reverse
1 Scherf - Sede Vacante
(1479-1484)
Silver – 0.24 g – ø 12 mm
Fed# 401
1 Pfennig - Silvester Stodewescher (Without circle) – obverse
1 Pfennig - Silvester Stodewescher (Without circle) – reverse
1 Pfennig - Silvester Stodewescher (Without circle)
(1448-1479)
Silver – 0.45 g – ø 13.5 mm
Haljak II# 752, Fed# 344, Neum# 345
1 Pfennig - Silvester Stodewescher (With circle) – obverse
1 Pfennig - Silvester Stodewescher (With circle) – reverse
1 Pfennig - Silvester Stodewescher (With circle)
(1448-1479)
Silver – 0.43 g – ø 13 mm
Haljak II# 753, Fed# 344
1 Pfennig - Sede Vacante – obverse
1 Pfennig - Sede Vacante – reverse
1 Pfennig - Sede Vacante
(1479-1484)
Silver – 0.41 g – ø 12 mm
Haljak II# 746, Fed# 399, Neum# 349
1 Pfennig - Thomas Schöning (Koknese) – obverse
1 Pfennig - Thomas Schöning (Koknese) – reverse
1 Pfennig - Thomas Schöning (Koknese)
1537 (1535-1539)
Silver – 0.41 g – ø 12 mm
Fed# 355
1 Pfennig - Wilhelm von Brandenburg – obverse
1 Pfennig - Wilhelm von Brandenburg – reverse
1 Pfennig - Wilhelm von Brandenburg
1561 (1560-1563)
Silver – 0.40 g – ø 12 mm
Fed# 389
1 Schilling - Henning Scharpenberg – obverse
1 Schilling - Henning Scharpenberg – reverse
1 Schilling - Henning Scharpenberg
(1424-1448)
Silver (.281) – 1.12 g – ø 19.5 mm
Haljak II# 745, Fed# 343, Neum# 344
1 Schilling - Sede Vacante – obverse
1 Schilling - Sede Vacante – reverse
1 Schilling - Sede Vacante
(1479-1484)
Silver (.281) – 1.10 g – ø 19 mm
Haljak II# 755
1 Schilling - Sede Vacante – obverse
1 Schilling - Sede Vacante – reverse
1 Schilling - Sede Vacante
(1479-1484)
Silver (.281) – 1.12 g – ø 19 mm
Haljak II# 756, Neum# 347
1 Schilling - Michael Hildebrand – obverse
1 Schilling - Michael Hildebrand – reverse
1 Schilling - Michael Hildebrand
(1484-1509)
Silver (.281) – 1.05 g – ø 18.5 mm
Haljak II# 757, Fed# 347
1 Schilling - Thomas Schöning (Koknese; simple cross; flat top) – obverse
1 Schilling - Thomas Schöning (Koknese; simple cross; flat top) – reverse
1 Schilling - Thomas Schöning (Koknese; simple cross; flat top)
1535
Silver (.1875) – 1.03 g – ø 18 mm
Haljak II# 764, Fed# 349
1 Schilling - Thomas Schöning (Koknese; fancy cross; bumpy top and smooth bottom) – obverse
1 Schilling - Thomas Schöning (Koknese; fancy cross; bumpy top and smooth bottom) – reverse
1 Schilling - Thomas Schöning (Koknese; fancy cross; bumpy top and smooth bottom)
1535-1539
Silver (.1875) – 1.16 g – ø 18 mm
Haljak II# 763, Fed# 349, Neum# 353

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