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How Far Back Can We Go? Sixth Edition!

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1767 -- Electorate of Bavaria, 20 kreuzer:



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1767 -- Republic of United Netherlands / Overyssel, 1 duit:




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1767 -- Electorate of Bavaria, 1 thaler:



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1767 -- Margraviate of Brandenburg-Ansbach, 2.5 kreuzer:





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1767 - 12 Heller, Aachen


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A 1767 Escalin from the Austrian Netherlands

Angel face privy (= Brussels mint)

1 Escalin = 1/9 Kronenthaler or 6 (silver) French sols

In terms of the Liard and Stuiver as seen previously, 1 Escalin = 24 Liards or 6 Stuivers

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Wow! Already a big day. Nice parade of German states, @pepactonius, and we've now had quite a run of those duits.

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1 Escalin = 1/9 Kronenthaler or 6 (silver) French sols
In terms of the Liard and Stuiver as seen previously, 1 Escalin = 24 Liards or 6 Stuiver

Extremely helpful! I've been adding some 17th and 18th century Brabant coins to my collection, and wondered how these denominations fit together.

1767 - Poland-Lithuania Commonwealth, 4 groszy = 1 zloty. 80 to the mark.

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Nice!
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1766 -- Bishopric of Bamberg, 5 kreuzer:



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1766 -- Duchy of Anhalt-Zerbst, 1 pfennig:



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1766 -- Duchy of Julich-Berg, 1/4 stuber:



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Just one coin from this era, a super worn 1766 Irish Halfpenny, whether its real or not doesn't matter as this is nasty.





It was issued in 1766 and 1769 but I am sure the last figure is a 6 and the silhouette is our Georgie, now much younger than the bull head of 50 years later.
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If it's round, shiny and silvery I will love it.
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1766 Spanish 1 Real of King Charles III:
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1766 Poland-Lithuania Commonwealth, trojak (3 copper grosze = 1/10 zloty)

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