Coins from German states

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Germany › German states › Frankfurt, Free imperial city of • Gulden (1838-1866)

1 Gulden
1859-1861

Silver (.900) • 10.582 g • ⌀ 31 mm
KM# 358, AKS# 13, Jäg 6 FHI# 33
1 Gulden
1862-1863

Silver (.900) • 10.582 g • ⌀ 30 mm
KM# 369, J# 38, AKS# 14
1 Vereinsthaler
1857

Silver (.900) • 18.54 g
KM# 354, Thun# 141, Dav SG# 648, Men82# 166
1 Vereinsthaler
1857-1858

Silver (.900) • 18.52 g • ⌀ 33 mm
KM# 355, AKS# 7, Jäg 6 FHI# 39, Thun# 140, KahntDS# 165
Available for swap 1 Thaler ("Memorial Thaler")
1859

Circulating commemorative coin : 100th Anniversary of Friedrich Schiller
Silver (.900) • 18.52 g • ⌀ 33 mm
KM# 359, AKS# 43, Thun# 139, KahntDS# 167, Dav GT III# 650
Available for swap 1 Vereinsthaler
1859-1860

Silver (.900) • 18.52 g • ⌀ 33 mm
KM# 360, AKS# 8, Thun# 142, Jäg 6 FHI# 41
1 Vereinsthaler
1861

Silver (.900) • 18.52 g
KM# 366, AKS# 9, Jäg 6 FHI# 42a, Thun# 143
Available for swap 1 Vereinsthaler
1862-1865

Silver (.900) • 18.52 g • ⌀ 33 mm
KM# 370, Jäg 6 FHI# 42b, AKS# 10
1 Thaler (German Shooting Festival)
1862

Circulating commemorative coin : German Shooting Festival
Silver (.900) • 18.52 g • ⌀ 33.14 mm
KM# 371, AKS# 44, KahntDS# 171, Dav GT III# 653, Thun# 146
1 Thaler ("Memorial Thaler")
1863

Silver (.900) • 18.52 g • ⌀ 33 mm
KM# 372, AKS# 45, KahntDS# 172, Dav GT III# 654, Thun# 147
2 Gulden
1845-1856

Silver (.900) • 21.211 g • ⌀ 36 mm
KM# 333, Jäg 6 FHI# 28, Thun# 132, AKS# 5
2 Gulden (Constitutional Convention)
1848

Circulating commemorative coin : Constitutional Convention
Silver (.900) • 21.211 g • ⌀ 36 mm
KM# 337, Dav SG# 643, KahntDS# 175, AKS# 38, Thun# 134
Available for swap 2 Gulden (Archduke Johann)
1848

Circulating commemorative coin : Archduke Johann of Austria Elected as Vicar
Silver (.900) • 21.211 g • ⌀ 36 mm
KM# 338, Thun# 135, Dav SG# 644, Jäg 6 FHI# 46
2 Gulden (Constitutional Convention; Zwittertaler)
1848

Silver (.900) • 21.211 g
KM# 340, Thun# 134a, Jäg 6 FHI# 72
2 Gulden (Archduke Johann; Gold Pattern)
1848

Pattern : Archduke Johann of Austria Elected as Vicar
Gold (.986) • 34.97 g
KahntDS# 175 h
2 Gulden (Constitutional Convention; Gold Pattern)
1848

Pattern : Constitutional Convention
Gold (.986) • 34.97 g
KahntDS# 175 g, Schlum# 246.4
2 Gulden (Gold pattern strike; Goethe Centennial)
1849

Pattern : 100th Anniversary of Goethe's Birthday
Gold • 34.92 g
KM# Pn77
2 Gulden (Imperial election of Friedrich Wilhelm IV.)
1849

Circulating commemorative coin : Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia Elected as Emperor of Germany
Silver (.900) • 21.211 g
KM# 341, Thun# 136, AKS# 40, Jäg 6 FHI# 47
2 Gulden (Goethe Centennial)
1849

Circulating commemorative coin : 100th Anniversary of Goethe's Birthday
Silver (.900) • 21.210 g • ⌀ 36 mm
KM# 343, Jäg 6 FHI# 48, Thun# 137, AKS# 41
2 Gulden (Imperial election of Friedrich Wilhelm IV.; Gold Pattern)
1849

Pattern : Friedrich Wilhelm IV of Prussia Elected as Emperor of Germany
Gold (.986) • 16.9 g
KahntDS# 177 h, Schlum# 246.8
2 Gulden (Religious Peace)
1855

Non-circulating coin : 300th Anniversary of Religious Peace
Silver (.900) • 21.211 g • ⌀ 36 mm
KM# 353, Jäg 6 FHI# 49, Thun# 138, AKS# 42
2 Thaler / 3½ Gulden (Opening of the new mint)
1840

Circulating commemorative coin : Opening of the new mint
Silver (.900) • 37.10 g
KM# 325, AKS# 36, J# 13
2 Thaler / 3½ Gulden
1840-1844

Silver (.900) • 37.1 g • ⌀ 41 mm
KM# 326, Thun# 130, AKS# 3, Jäg 6 FHI# 15, Dav GT III# 640