Coins from German states

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Germany › German states › Nürnberg, Free imperial city of • Reichsguldiner (1620-1753)

1 Reichsguldiner = 0.75 Thaler = 60 Kreuzer = 240 Pfennig • 1 Ducat = 2 Thaler • 1 Goldgulden = 1.5 Thaler

½ Thaler
1630

Silver • 14.50 g • ⌀ 37 mm
KM# 103, Kelln# 281
½ Thaler
1631

Silver
KM# 110, Kelln# 282, Erl# 454
½ Thaler
1633

Silver • 14.06 g
KM# 129, Kelln# 283, Erl# 455
½ Thaler (Klippe; Peace of Westphalia)
1650

Circulating commemorative coin : Peace of Westphalia
Silver • 16.02 g
Erl# 527
½ Thaler
1661-1680

Silver
KM# 182, Kelln# 284, Erl# 638
½ Thaler
1693

Silver
KM# 219, Kelln# 286, Erl# 641
½ Thaler (Klippe; Victory)
(1706)

Circulating commemorative coin : Grand Alliance’s Victories in the War of the Spanish Succession
Silver • 13.79 g
Erl# 2737, Slg.Julius# 1172
½ Thaler (Reformation)
(1717)

Circulating commemorative coin : 200 Years celebration of the reformation of Martin Luther
Silver • 14.57 g • ⌀ 32 mm
Kelln# 287, Erl# 679, Slg. Whiti# 221
½ Thaler (Shooting)
1733

Circulating commemorative coin : Shooting festival
Silver • 14.55 g
Kelln# 288, Erl# 689
¼ Ducat
1700

Gold (.986) • 0.875 g • ⌀ 13 mm
KM# 250
¼ Ducat (Klippe)
(1700)

Circulating commemorative coin : Issued to welcome the new century
Gold (.986) • 0.875 g • ⌀ 14 mm
KM# 252
¼ Ducat (Klippe)
(1700)

Gold (.986) • 0.87 g
KM# 253, Kelln# 96, Fr# 1892
1 Reichsguldiner
1620-1635

Silver • 24.21 g • ⌀ 41 mm
KM# 42, Kelln# 203, Dav ECT# 91, Erl# 358
1 Reichsguldiner
1622

Silver (.931) • 24.62 g
KM# 63, Kelln# 186, Erl# 465