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10 Dukát - I. Lipót 1657-1705

Features

Country Hungary
King Leopold I (1657-1705)
Type Standard circulation coin
Years 1661-1663
Value 10 Ducats (10)
Currency Forint-Ducat Gold Coinage (1526-1881)
Composition Gold
Weight 35.55851 g
Shape Round
Demonetized Yes
References ÉH# 956,
  • Emil Unger; 1997. Magyar Éremhatározó / Kötet 1. 1000-1540. Ajtósi Dűrer Könyvkiadó, Budapest, Hungary. ISBN 9789638314215.
  • Emil Unger; 2000. Magyar Éremhatározó / Kötet 2. 1526-1740. Ajtósi Dűrer Könyvkiadó, Budapest, Hungary. ISBN 9638314222.
  • Emil Unger; 2001. Magyar Éremhatározó / Kötet 3. 1740-1922. Ajtósi Dűrer Könyvkiadó, Budapest, Hungary. ISBN 9688314230.
H# 1267,
Huszár Lajos; 1979. Münzkatalog Ungarn. Battenberg, Munich, Germany. ISBN 9783870451622.
H# 1268
Huszár Lajos; 1979. Münzkatalog Ungarn. Battenberg, Munich, Germany. ISBN 9783870451622.

Obverse

Laureate and draped with heavy curly wig young bust right stays within inner pearl circle.
Crowned twofold Hungarian coat of arms and madonna with child inserted into the inscription

Lettering: LEOPOLDVS · D · G · RO · I · S · AVG · GER · HV · BOH · REX ·

Translation:
Leopoldus Dei Gratia Romanorum Imperator Semper Augustus Germaniae Hungariae Bohemiae Rex -
Leopold, by the grace of God Emperor of the Romans, Always August, King of Germany, Hungary, Bohemia.

Reverse

Crowned imperial eagle in inner circle, K B divided by eagle's tail.
Crowned fourfold (Árpádian stripes - Bohemian lion - Árpádian stripes - Bohemian lion) coat of arms in U shape cartouche
Uncrowned Austrian and Burgundian coat of arms in center shield, year at the end of the inscription

Lettering:
ARCHIDVX · AVS · DVX · BVR · MAR · MOR · CO · TY · 1661
K B

Translation: Archduke of Austria, Duke of Burgundy, Margrave of Moravia and Count of Tyrol

Edge

Smooth

Mint

KB Kremnica / Körmöcbánya / Kremnitz, Slovakia (1328-date)

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
1661 K B v ÉH#956a H#1267
1663 K B ÉH#956b H#1268

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