1 Thaler Sede Vacante

Features

Issuer Bishopric of Eichstätt (German states)
Type Standard circulation coin
Year 1781
Value 1 Conventionsthaler = 1/10 Cologne Mark (1)
Currency Thaler
Composition Silver
Weight 28.02 g
Diameter 42 mm
Thickness 2.2 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑
Demonetized Yes
Number N# 39027
Numista type number (https://numista.com)
References KM# 90,
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA.
And 4 more volumes.
Cahn Ei# 145,
Erich Bernhard Cahn; 1962. Bayerische Münzkataloge / Band 3. Die Münzen des Hochstifts Eichstätt. Hugo Geiger, Grünwald bei München, Germany.
Dav ECT# 2210
John Stewart Davenport; 1964. European Crowns and Talers Since 1800 (2nd edition in one volume of "European Crowns sinc). Spink & Son, London, United Kingdom.

Obverse

Lettering:
CAPITULUM REGNANS SEDE VACANTE.
1781
K. R.
10 EINE FEINE MARCK.

Engravers: Georg Nikolaus Riedner, Johann Leonhard Oexlein

German medalist, die and gem cutter. He was one of the most important representatives of the Rococo style. He learned the art from his father, Christian Daniel Oexlein in Regensburg and Bengt Richter in Vienna. Oexlein worked for various royal courts, bishops and mints: from 1737 mainly in his home town of Regensburg, and from 1740 in Nuremberg. He worked for the bishops of Bamberg, Eichstätt, Mainz and Würzburg, for Regensburg, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Reuss-Untergreiz, and Brandenburg-Bayreuth. He signed his medals with IL OE, IL OEXLEIN.

Reverse

Saints Willibald and Walburga and their attributes, above the city of Eichstätt, with the the Eye of Providence on top

Lettering:
HAC SVB TVTELA
TUTA CIVITAS EYSTETT
S.WIL· S.WAL
Œ

Engravers: Riedner Oxlein, Johann Leonhard Oexlein

German medalist, die and gem cutter. He was one of the most important representatives of the Rococo style. He learned the art from his father, Christian Daniel Oexlein in Regensburg and Bengt Richter in Vienna. Oexlein worked for various royal courts, bishops and mints: from 1737 mainly in his home town of Regensburg, and from 1740 in Nuremberg. He worked for the bishops of Bamberg, Eichstätt, Mainz and Würzburg, for Regensburg, Frankfurt, Nuremberg, Reuss-Untergreiz, and Brandenburg-Bayreuth. He signed his medals with IL OE, IL OEXLEIN.

Edge

Leaf security edge

Mint

Nuremberg, Germany

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
1781 KR

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