Coins from the Electorate of Saxony (Albertinian Line)

The Electorate of Saxony (German: Kurfürstentum Sachsen, also Kursachsen) was a state of the Holy Roman Empire established when Emperor Charles IV raised the Ascanian duchy of Saxe-Wittenberg to the status of an Electorate by the Golden Bull of 1356. Upon the extinction of the House of Ascania, it was feoffed to the Margraves of Meissen from the Wettin dynasty in 1423, who moved the ducal residence up the river Elbe to Dresden. After the Empire's dissolution in 1806, the Wettin Electors raised Saxony to a territorially reduced kingdom.
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Pfennig (1356-1492)

1 Pfennig "Hohlpfennig" - Friedrich II
(1428-1464)

Silver • 0.3 g • ⌀ 19 mm
Krug Bam# 825, N# 177273
1 Pfennig - Friedrich II
(1461-1464)

Silver
Krug Mei# 961, Slg. Merse# 294, N# 188703
1 Pfennig "Löwenpfennig" - Ernst and Albrecht
(1482-1495)

Silver • 0.24 g • ⌀ 15 mm
Krug Mei# 1620, N# 183440
1 Groschen "Helmgroschen" - Friedrich IV
(1404-1411)

Silver • 3.15 g
Krug Bam# 663/2, N# 170661
1 Groschen "Spitzgroschen" - Ernst, Albrecht and Wilhelm III
1478

Silver • 1.64 g
Krug Bam# 1532, Levinson# I-163, Slg. Merse# 318, N# 167508
1 Goldgulden - Friedrich II
(1455-1461)

Gold
Fr# 2927, Keil/Kahnt# 1, Slg. Merse# 295, N# 170666

Thaler (1493-1805)

1 Heller - Christian I
1591

Silver
MB# 271, Keil/Kahnt# 151, Kohl# 78, Slg. Merse# 767, N# 184977
1 Heller - Christian II, Johann Georg I and August
1599

Silver
MB# 321, Keil/Kahnt# 204, Kohl# 100, Slg. Merse# 786, N# 185756