Coins from the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth

The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was a union between the Kingdom of Poland and Grand Duchy of Lithuania that was formalised in 1569 but existed as a personal union since 1386, when Polish female king Jadwiga married Lithuanian Grand Duke Jogaila (Polish: Władysław II Jagiełło). The union reached its peak in the 17th century covering an area of present-day Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus, Slovakia, Moldova, Russia, Estonia, and Ukraine.
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Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth • First Złoty (1573-1795)

Gulden - ⅔ Talara - August II Mocny (Drezno mint)
1697-1733

Silver • 17.182 g • ⌀ 37.5 mm
Kop# 10904, Kop# 10905, Kop# 10907, Kop# 10908, Kop# 10910, N# 122417
Gulden - ⅔ Talara - August II Mocny (Drezno mint)
1708-1709

Silver • 13.732 g • ⌀ 34.1 mm
Kop# 10926, Kop# 10930, N# 122422
Gulden - ⅔ Talara - August II Mocny (Lipsk mint)
1708-1710

Silver • 17.06 g • ⌀ 37 mm
Kop# 10929, Kop# 10931, Kop# (-), N# 97989