Coins from German states

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See also: Germany - 1871-1948, German Democratic Republic, Germany - Federal Republic, Free city of Danzig, Lorraine, Austria - Habsburg, Kingdom of Bohemia, Swiss cantons

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Germany › German states › Ahlen, City of • Pfennig

12 Pfennig
1610-1616

Copper
KM# 4, Weing# 96

Germany › German states › Aichach, City of • Groschen

Germany › German states › Altenburg, Royal mint of • Brakteat

1 Brakteat = 1 Pfennig

1 Brakteat - Friedrich I
(1152-1190)

Silver • 0.95 g
Berger# 2076, Bonh# 1173
1 Brakteat - Friedrich I
(1152-1190)

Silver • 1.08 g
Bonh# 1168
1 Brakteat - Friedrich I
(1152-1190)

Silver • 0.84 g
Bonh# 1171, Berger# 2073
1 Brakteat - Friedrich II.
(1215-1250)

Silver • 0.80 g
Bonh# 1185, Löbbecke# 696

Germany › German states › Amberg, City of • Groschen

Germany › German states › Andernach, Royal mint of • Pfennig

1 Pfennig = 1 Denar

1 Pfennig - Konrad II. and Pilgrim
(1021-1039)

Silver • 1.14 g
Dann Aac# 451, Häv# 727b
1 Pfennig - Otto III.
(1050-1075)

Silver • 1.01 g
Dann Aac# 338, Häv# 318

Germany › German states › Anhalt-Bernburg • Principality - Thaler (1603-1805)

1 Thaler = 18 Mariengroschen = 24 Gute Groschen = 288 Pfennig • 1 Ducat = 2.75 Thaler

1 Pfennig - Alexius Friedrich Christian
1797-1799

Copper • 1.56 g • ⌀ 19 mm
KM# 62.3
Available for swap 1½ Pfennig - Viktor Friedrich
1747

Copper • ⌀ 23.2 mm
KM# 32
Available for swap 1½ Pfennig - Friedrich Albrecht
1776

Copper • 3.89 g • ⌀ 24 mm
KM# 56
Available for swap 3 Pfenning - Viktor II Friedrich
1753-1760

Copper • 6.7 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 38
1/48 Thaler - Viktor II. Friedrich
1760-1761

Billon • 1.0 g • ⌀ 17 mm
KM# 52
1/48 Thaler - Friedrich Albrecht
1793-1796

Silver (.250) • 0.97 g • ⌀ 17 mm
KM# 57
1/24 Thaler - Viktor II Friedrich
1759-1761

Billon • 1.40 g • ⌀ 18 mm
KM# 48

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