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Coins from the Counts of Batthyány

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The Hungarian Batthyány family can trace its roots to the founding of Hungary in 896. The family were first mentioned in documents in 1398 and have had their ancestral seat in Güssing in the Hungarian region of Burgenland - now Austria - since 1522. In the War of Austrian Succession (1744) Károly Batthyány served as a corps commander, defeated the French and forced them back over the Rhine. After the war, Batthyány was raised to princely rank by Maria Theresa – along came the coin minting rights. The most famous member of the family was Lajos Batthyány, who was the first Prime Minister of Hungary in 1848.
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Austro-Hungarian Conventionsthaler (1763-1806)

½ Tallér - Károly Batthyány
1764

Silver • 14.06 g
KM# A1, ÉH# 21
½ Tallér - Károly Batthyány
1765

Silver • 13.92 g
ÉH# 21, KM# 1
½ Tallér - Lajos Batthyány
1789

Silver • 14.20 g
KM# 10, ÉH# 26
1 Tallér - Károly Batthyány
1764

Silver • 27.79 g
KM# 2, ÉH# 19, Dav ECT# 1182
1 Tallér - Károly Batthyány
1768

Silver • 28.00 g
ÉH# 20, KM# 6, Dav ECT# 1183
1 Tallér - Lajos Batthyány
1788

Silver • 13.91 g
KM# 8, Dav ECT# 1184
1 Ducat - Károly Batthyány
1764

Gold • 3.47 g
KM# 3, Fr# 552
1 Ducat - Károly Batthyány
1770

Gold • 3.49 g
KM# 3, Fr# 555
1 Ducat - Lajos Batthyány
1791

Gold (.986) • 3.5 g
KM# 13
5 Ducat - Károly Batthyány
1764

Circulating commemorative coin : Promotion of Karl Josef to the rank of Imperial Prince.
Gold • 17.35 g
KM# 4, Fr# 551
10 Ducat - Károly Batthyány
1764

Circulating commemorative coin : Promotion of Karl Josef to the rank of Imperial Prince.
Gold (.986) • 34.71 g
KM# 5, Fr# 550

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