Coins from German states

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Germany › German states › Strasbourg, City of • Thaler

1 Thaler (100 years of Reformation; Klippe)
1617

Circulating commemorative coin : 100 years of Reformation by Martin Luther
Silver
KM# 312.3, Dav ECT# 5846b, Slg. Whiti# 94
1 Thaler (Peace of Nijmegen)
1679

Circulating commemorative coin : Peace of Nijmegen
Silver • 29 g • ⌀ 43 mm
KM# 315, Dav ECT# 5847, E&L# 602
2 Thaler
(1616)

Silver
KM# 345, Dav ECT# 5841, E&L# 440
3 Thaler (100 years of Reformation)
1617

Circulating commemorative coin : 100 years of Reformation by Martin Luther
Silver • 81.90 g
KM# 357
1 Goldgulden
(1508-1517)

Gold
MB# 369, Fr# 234, E&L# 414
1 Goldgulden
(1550-1600)

Gold (.986) • 3.20 g • ⌀ 23 mm
MB# 387, E&L# 426
1 Ducat (Centennial of the reformation; Klippe)
1617

Circulating commemorative coin : Centennial of the reformation by Martin Luther
Gold (.986) • 3.49 g
E&L# 614, Fr# 235
1 Ducat (Centennial of the reformation; Silver pattern strike)
1617

Pattern : Centennial of the reformation by Martin Luther
Silver • 1.57 g
E&L# 615, Slg. Whiti# 93
1 Ducat
(1635-1652)

Gold • 3.45 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 424.1, E&L# 488
1 Ducat
(1635-1652)

Gold • 3.42 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 424.2, E&L# 493, Fr# b237
1 Ducat
(1635-1652)

Gold • 3.38 g
KM# 424.3, E&L# 490, Fr# 237
1 Ducat
(1635-1652)

Gold • 3.47 g • ⌀ 23 mm
KM# 424.4, Fr# d237
1 Ducat (Centenary of the Peace of Passau; Silver pattern strike)
1655

Pattern : Centenary of the Religious peace of Passau
Silver • 3.04 g
E&L# 618, Slg. Whiti# 135
1 Ducat (Peace of Nijmegen)
1679

Circulating commemorative coin : Peace of Nijmegen
Gold • 3.43 g • ⌀ 25.6 mm
E&L# 603
1 Ducat (Silver pattern strike; Peace of Nijmegen)
1679

Pattern : Peace of Nijmegen
Silver • 4.84 g • ⌀ 25.5 mm
E&L# 604
2 Ducat (Centennial of the reformation; Klippe)
1617

Circulating commemorative coin : Centennial of the reformation by Martin Luther
Gold • 6.7 g • ⌀ 20.6 mm
E&L# 613
3 Ducats
(1681)

Gold (.986) • 10.5 g
KM# 760

Germany › German states › Strasbourg, City of • Unspecified currency

30 Sols
1682

Silver
E&L# 506

Germany › German states › Strasbourg, Royal and imperial mint of • Denar

1 Pfennig - Ludwig the child
(899-911)

Silver • 1.42 g
E&L# 26, Prou Mer# 51
1 Denar - Otto I.
(963-973)

Silver • 1.64 g
Dann Sa# 906a, Schult# 227
1 Denar - Erkambold
(965-991)

Silver • 1.40 g
Dann Sa# 932
1 Denar - Heinrich II.
(1002-1024)

Silver • 1.48 g
E&L# 21, Kluge# 82, Dann Sa# 920
1 Pfennig - Heinrich II
(1002-1024)

Silver • 1.39 g
E&L# 121, Kluge# 81, Dann Sa# 918
1 Denar - Konrad II.
(1024-1039)

Silver • 1.26 g
Bonh# 1744, Dann Sa# 921

Germany › German states › Stuttgart, City of • Thaler (1495-1802)

1 Thaler = 1 Guldenthaler = 15 Batzen = 20 Groschen = 21 Reichsgroschen = 28 Schilling = 37.5 Gröschel = 60 Kreuzer = 84 Gröschlein = 240 pfennig = 480 Heller • 1 Carolin = 4.5 Thaler • 1 Ducat = 2 Thaler • 1 Goldgulden = 1.5 Thaler

¼ Ducat - Dukatenklippe (Silver pattern strike)
(1740)

Silver • 0.79 g • ⌀ 11 mm
Ebner# 32, Binder# 32
½ Ducat - Dukatenklippe (Silver pattern strike; New year)
(1740)

Pattern
Silver • 1.77 g • ⌀ 15.5 mm
Ebner# 23
½ Ducat - Dukatenklippe
(1740)

Gold • 1.69 g • ⌀ 15.7 mm
Ebner# 28
½ Ducat - Dukatenklippe (Silver pattern strike)
(1740)

Pattern
Silver • 1.49 g • ⌀ 16 mm
Ebner# 29