Coins from the Abbey of Muri

Muri Abbey was a Benedictine monastery between 1027 and 1841. It was founded by the Habsburgs and dedicated to Saint Martin of Tours. It flourished for over eight centuries in Muri, Canton of Aargau, near Basel, Switzerland. Emperor Leopold I raised Abbott Placidus von Zurlauben (1684-1723) to the rank of prince of the Holy Roman Empire in 1701. He spent a vast sum of money in rebuilding and embellishing the monastery, the church, and the ancient mausoleum of the imperial family. The possessions of the monastery were spread on a wide radius, as far as South Germany.
Wikidata: Q162573

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Ducat (1720-1726)

Ducat - Placidus von Zurlauben
1720

Circulating commemorative coin : 50th Anniversary of the Abbot's Ordination to the Priesthood
Gold • 3.49 g
HMZ 1# 2-12, Fr# 333
Ducat - Placidus von Zurlauben (silver trial)
1720

Pattern : 50th Anniversary of the Abbot's Ordination to the Priesthood
Silver • 3.74 g
HMZ 1# 2-12 var, Fr# 333
5 Ducat - Placidus von Zurlauben (silver trial)
1720

Pattern : 50th Anniversary of the Abbot's Ordination to the Priesthood
Silver • 18.40 g
HMZ 1# 2-11a var
5 Ducat - Placidus von Zurlauben (lead trial)
1720

Pattern : 50th Anniversary of the Abbot's Ordination to the Priesthood
Lead

Numista referee for coins of this issuer is stratocaster.

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