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How Far Back Can We Go? Fifth Edition!

 
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1693 King Leopold III of Austria - Habsburg

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1693 King Christian V of Denmark

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1693 King Louis XIV of France

1/2 ecu for Flanders "Carambole"

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1693 King Charles XI of Sweden

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I somehow managed to forget about this thread like an idiot since 1711 or so!! This should catch me up to 1693 with the last couple of years I had before that.





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Batzen 1692 (4 Kreuzer)
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Archdiocese of Salzburg, struck in Salzburg.
Ruler: Johann Ernst von Thun and Hohenstein (1687-1709).
Literature: Probszt 1855.

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Here is a 4 Pfennig from the German Free City of Hildesheim dated 1692 AD:



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Loving all of the Holy Roman Empire coinage.
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1692 écu aux 8 L, Kingdom of France, Bordeaux mint, overstruck on an earlier type. I like the way a trace of a fleur de lis appears on Louis' cheek.

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1692 King Charles XI of Sweden

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beautiful ecu, @jgenn!
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Thanks for the compliments t360 and I must say I am enjoying the many excellent examples you are posting.
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1692 -- Archbishopric of Salzburg, 4 kreuzer:

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OK, my grasp of German is appalling, but I thought I recalled later German coins with "LandMUNZ" in the legend.

So, why is it LandMINZ on these Salzburg coins? Difference between Austrian and German?
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