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Coins from the Austrian partition of Poland

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The Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, also known as Galicia or Austrian Poland, became a crownland of the Habsburg Monarchy as a result of the First Partition of Poland in 1772, Crown land of the Habsburg Monarchy (1772–1804), of the Austrian Empire (1804–1867), and of the Cisleithanian part of Austria-Hungary (1867–1918). Read more

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Austrian Partition of Poland - Galicia-Lodoméria — Austrian Kronethaler (1772-1815)

1 Grossus - Franz II (Coin for the Imperial  Austrian Army) – obverse
1 Grossus - Franz II (Coin for the Imperial  Austrian Army) – reverse
1 Grossus - Franz II (Coin for the Imperial Austrian Army)
1794
Copper – 4.2 g – ø 21.5 mm
Gum# 2441, C# 4
3 Grossi - Franz II (Coin for the Imperial Austrian Army) – obverse
3 Grossi - Franz II (Coin for the Imperial Austrian Army) – reverse
3 Grossi - Franz II (Coin for the Imperial Austrian Army)
1794
Copper – 11.69 g – ø 26 mm
Gum# 2442, C# 5
15 Kreuzer - Maria Theresia – obverse
15 Kreuzer - Maria Theresia – reverse
15 Kreuzer - Maria Theresia
1775-1777
Silver – 5.4 g – ø 28 mm
Her# 1126-1129
30 Kreuzer - Maria Theresia – obverse
30 Kreuzer - Maria Theresia – reverse
30 Kreuzer - Maria Theresia
1775-1777
Silver
KM# C3, Her# 777-780
1 Schilling – obverse
1 Schilling – reverse
1 Schilling
1774
Copper – 2.20 g – ø 17.8 mm
C# 1, Kop# 9195

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