Adding German and Austrian coins is something I'm always interested in, so here's the latest mini-batch!
1650 - Further Austria / Tyrol - 3 Kreuzer
Ferdinand Karl I
KM #852. AR, 1.5g, 20.5mm. EF, well-centered, some luster.
1765 C - Saxony (Electorate) - Pfennig
Friedrich August III
KM #980. AR (Billon), 0.5g, 12.0mm. EF.
Teeny-tiny little coin!
1773 B.N. - Frankfurt (Free Imperial City) - Pfennig
City issue, one year type. The scarcer of the two 1773 Pfennig varieties, with stops after "B.N."
KM #253. AR (Billon), 0.6g, 14.2mm. F.
Another tiny coin.
1785 E - East Prussia - 3 Gröschel
KM #A328.2 - AR (Billon), 1.5g, 18.5mm. F (details)
Struck off-center on a very poor quality planchet even by the "standards" of 1780s German States minor coinage. Lamination flaw.
1812 C - Westphalia (Occupied) - 10 Centimes
Hieronymus (Jerome) Napoleon Bonaparte.
KM #96. AR (0.200 billon), 2.0g, 19.0mm. F (details.)
Struck under French occupation. Extremely worn dies with almost no central strike definition, struck on a very poor billon alloy.
1916 - Austria - Corona
Franz Joseph I
KM #2820. AR (0.500), 5.0g, 22.8mm. Uncirculated.
Lettered edge. 12.4m minted.
- EAC - TNA - SSDC
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