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 › Bremen, Free imperial city of • Thaler

1 Thaler = 1.5 Gulden = 2.25 Mark = 8 Schilling = 72 Grote = 360 Schware • 1 Ducat = 3 Thaler • 1 Goldgulden = 1.5 Thaler

½ Thaler (New Business Exchange)
1747-1748

Circulating commemorative coin : Opening of New Business Exchange
Silver • ⌀ 38.5 mm
KM# 191
36 Grote
1840-1859

Silver (.986) • 8.77 g • ⌀ 31 mm
KM# 233
36 Grote
1859-1864

Silver (.986) • 8.7 g • ⌀ 29.7 mm
KM# 243
48 Grote
1753

Silver • 17.44 g
KM# 200, Jungk# 530
1 Thaler
1542-1547

Silver • 28.62 g
MB# 5, Jungk# 434, Dav ECT# 8986, Scholt I# 587
1 Thaler
1635

Silver • 28.53 g
KM# 91.3, Jungk# 474
1 Thaler
1650-1657

Silver • ⌀ 45 mm
KM# 116
1 Thaler
1723

Silver • 29.45 g
KM# 170, Jungk# 507
1 Thaler
1743

Silver • ⌀ 43 mm
KM# 183
1 Thaler (Liberation of Germany)
1863

Non-circulating coin : 50th Anniversary - Liberation of Germany
Silver (.986) • 17.539 g • ⌀ 34 mm
KM# 246, AKS# 14
1 Thaler (New Business Exchange)
1864

Non-circulating coin : Opening of the New Business Exchange
Silver (.986) • 17.539 g • ⌀ 34 mm
X# 1
1 Thaler (2nd German Shooting Festival)
1865

Non-circulating coin : 2nd German Shooting Festival
Silver (.986) • 17.539 g • ⌀ 34 mm
KM# 248, Thun# 126
1 Thaler ("Siegestaler")
1871

Non-circulating coin : Victory over France
Silver (.986) • 17.539 g • ⌀ 34 mm
KM# 249
2 Thaler
1723

Silver • 58.51 g
KM# 171, Jungk# 508
2 Thaler
1744

Silver • 58.39 g
KM# 187, Dav ECT# 2050, Jungk# 515
1 Ducat
1723

Gold (.986) • 3.49 g
KM# 172, Jungk# 429, Fr# 417
1 Ducat
1745-1746

Gold (.986) • 3.5 g • ⌀ 23 mm
KM# 189
10 Ducats
1723

Gold (.986) • 34.8 g
Jungk# 507, Fr# 416

Germany › German states › Bremen, Hanseatic city of • Mark

1 Mark = 100 Pfennig

Available for swap 2 Mark
1904

Silver (.900) • 11.111 g • ⌀ 28 mm
KM# 250, J# 59
2 Mark (Pattern)
(1907)

Pattern
Silver plated copper • 7.85 g • ⌀ 28.35 mm

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