1 Thaler - Volrat VI, Jobst II, Wolgang III and Bruno III

Features

Issuer County of Mansfeld-Artern (German States)
Count Volrad VI (Volrath VI) (1585-1627)
Justus II (Jobst II) (1579-1619)
Wolfgang III (1615-1638)
Bruno III (1615-1644)
Type Standard circulation coin
Years 1616-1619
Value 1 Thaler
Currency Thaler (1531-1631)
Composition Silver (.889)
Weight 28.75 g
Thickness 41 mm
Shape Round
Orientation 3 o'clock ↑→
Demonetized Yes
Number
N#
193982
References KM# 17,
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States.
And 5 more volumes.
Dav GT I# 6953,
John Stewart Davenport; 1979. German Talers : 1500-1600. Spink & Son, Frankfurt, Germany.
Tornau# 711a
Otto Tornau; 1937. Münzwesen und Münzen der Grafschaft Mansfeld : von der Mitte des fünfzehnten Jahrhunderts bis zum Erlöschen des gräflichen und fürstlichen Hauses. K. Andrésche Buchhandlung, Prague, Czech Republic.

Obverse

Date divided in helmets, A-K seperated below

Script: Latin

Lettering:
VOLRAT. IOBST. WOLFGANG. ET. BRV. P
1//61//9
A//K

Unabridged legend: VOLRAT. IOBST. WOLFGANG. ET. BRV. Patrvelis

Reverse

Saint George slaying the dragon, imperial orb at upper right.

Script: Latin

Lettering: COM.ET.DO.IN.MANSF.NO.D.IN.HELTE..

Unabridged legend: COMES ET DOMINI IN MANSFELD NOBLES DOMINI IN HELTE

Edge

Plain

Comments

(fr)

Cette monnaie est frappée au nom de Volrat IV, Jobst, Wolfgang III et Bruno III, de la branche Artern de la maison de Mansfeld à l'atelier de Eisleben.

Il existe plusieurs variétés de légende :
Ex : Collection LoskarZ

VOLRAHT. IOBST. WOLFGA. ETBRVN. P.

COM.ET.DO.IN.MANSF.NO.D.IN.HELTE..

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
1616 A K
1617 AK
1618 AK
1619 AK

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