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INTRODUCTION 3

INTRODUCTION
Welcome to our new 6th edition of the 17th Century this era, hammered or milled, specialists will always be
Standard Catalog of World Coins. This most recent version interested in 17th Century types.
of our ever changing and evolving series of comprehensive So this easy to use catalog, arranged in a basic
reference catalogs is designed to meet the needs of alphabetic fashion by country, with groupings for political
those with serious interest in the coins of our numismatic structure, coinage type and denomination to help better
heritage. More than half of the pages within this reference organize the data, will always be an important volume in
are devoted to early European coinage, with a significant any numismatic library. You will find photographs of many
portion of this book displaying the vast array of Germanic 17th Century coins, information on metal content, obverse
coins stuck during this time period. and reverse descriptions, legends, types and variety
Still, the Standard Catalog of World Coins 1601-1700 details, date listings and of course values presented in
provides an abundance of coin listings for nations around multiple grades of preservation. In short, just about all the
the globe.You will find coins from worldwide territories of the information you could want on the classic coins of the old
European powers, including issues meant for circulation world and its early extensions into the East and West of
in Portuguese India, Danish Tranquebar, Spanish the globe.
Netherlands and Colonial North America, countermarked All this data has not come easily into the book you
coins from Brazil and cob coins from Colombia and hold before you. A generation of numismatists has worked
Bolivia. Listings for the remnants of the Hapsburg Empire diligently to lay the foundations on which current experts
can be found throughout this volume with coins struck for can build and to them we owe a debt of gratitude.
use in Austria, Bohemia, Hungary and Salzburg. Coins Continuing this work are over fifty contributing coin
of Spain, France and the French States are here as well, dealers, collectors and researchers who have lent their
alongside crowns from Transylvania, plus coins from the knowledge to the compiling of this new edition, providing
Middle Eastern areas of Turkey and Syria. our staff with updated values, new images, newly
But some of the greatest areas of interest probably discovered dates and expanded listings. The accuracy of
reside with this catalogs listings for pre-unified territories. the data offered in this volume is assured through their
The massive section for German States coinage has kind assistance. To them we offer a heartfelt “Thank you!”
experienced a comprehensive revision for all values on for their generosity and dedication to the advancement of
minor coins, crowns and thalers. The same is true of the our shared field of coin collecting.
Spanish local issues, Austrian States, Provincial Spanish Finally to you, the reader, we extend our wishes that
Netherlands, Independent Kingdoms of India, coinage of you may enjoy using this catalog as much as we enjoyed
Polish States and those coins struck for use in the various its production. Look it over, put it to good use and please
Italian States and cities. All of these collecting areas have let us know if you have any comments or questions.
witnessed a great rebirth of activity and very significant
boosts to individual coin values. In addition, our listings for
many Italian States and areas of India have expanded to Best Wishes,
include more types than ever before. The Editorial Staff of the
It just goes to show that the classics never go out of Standard Catalog of World Coins
style. There will always be a healthy market for coins of

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4 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Many numismatists have contributed countless changes, which have been incorporated in this edition. While all cannot be acknowledged here,
special appreciation is extended to the following individuals and organizations who have exhibited a special dedication - revising and verifying
historical and technical data and coin listings, reviewing market valuations and sharing digital images - for this edition.

Dr. Lawrence A. Adams Marcel Häberling Frank Passic


Stephen Album Flemming Lyngbeck Hansen Tom Passon
Dr. Luis Alberto Asbun-Karmy Emmanuel Henry Gaston Polacco
Jan Bendix Wade Hinderling Kavan Ratnatunga
Allen G. Berman Serge Huard Jacco Scheper
Joseph Boling Ton Jacobs Daniel Frank Sedwick
Al Boulanger Héctor Carlos Janson Dale Seppa
Klaus Bronny Craig Keplinger Alexander I. Shapiro
Adolfo Cayón John M. Kleeberg Dr. Sebastian Steinbach
Clemente Cayón Samson Kin Chiu Lai Vladimir Suchy
Juan Cayón Joseph E. Lang Mehmet Tolga Taner
Ralph Cannito Dr. Ludovic Liétard M. Louis Teller
Scott E. Cordry Jürgen Mikeska Archie Tonkin
Howard Daniel Juozas Minikevicius Anthony Tumonis
Stephen Eccles Paul Montz Erik J. van Loon
Wilhelm R. Eglseer Horst-Dieter Müller Justin C. Wang
Arthur Friedberg Vladimir Nastich Paul Welz
Tom Galway N. Douglas Nicol Ertekin Yenisey

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Aureo & Calicó Hess-Divo Ltd. Noble Numismatics, Pty. Ltd.
Baldwin’s Auctions Ltd. Gerhard D. Hirsch Nachfolger Numismatica Ars Classica
Classical Numismatic Group Thomas Høiland Møntauktion Numismatik Lanz München
Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC Fritz Rudolf Künker Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger
Dix, Noonan, Webb, Ltd. Münzhandlung Bruun Rasmussen
Dmitry Markov Coins & Medals Leipziger Münzhandlung Auktionshaus H.D. Rauch GmbH
Jean Elsen S.A. LHS Numismatik AG Riibe Mynthandel AS
Frankfurter Münzhandlung Maison Palombo Schulman BV
Ira & Larry Goldberg Marudhar Arts Sotheby’s
Coins & Collectibles, Inc. Auktionshaus Meister & Sonntag Spink - Smythe
Hauck & Aufhäuser Münzenhandlung Harald Möller, St. James’s Auction Ltd.
Heidelberg Münzhandlung GmbH Stack’s, Bowers and Ponterio
Herbert Grün Münzen & Medaillen Deutschland, Stephen Album Rare Coins
Gorny & Mosch – GmbH UBS, AG,
Giessener Münzhandlung Moneti i Medali Gold & Numismatics
Auktion Heidrun Höhn MPO Auctions Jean Vinchon Numismatique
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COUNTRY INDEX 5

COUNTRY INDEX
Aachen .........................................................260 Brandenburg ................................................314 Dulmen ........................................................480
Ahlen............................................................261 Brandenburg City Issues ..............................347 Dutch India ................................................1162
Ahmadnagar...............................................1142 Brandenburg-Ansbach .................................347 East Friesland ...............................................480
Aire ..............................................................249 Brandenburg-Bayreuth .................................352 Eger .............................................................120
Albera.........................................................1188 Brandenburg-Franconia ...............................356 Eggenberg ......................................................67
Algeria ............................................................19 Brazil ............................................................137 Egypt............................................................196
Algiers ............................................................19 Breda .........................................................1410 Eichstatt .......................................................483
Alsace ..........................................................261 Breisach .......................................................357 Einbeck ........................................................485
Altstadt, Brandenburg City Issue ..................347 Bremen ........................................................357 Elbing .........................................................1453
Amsterdam ................................................1396 Bremen & Verden.........................................365 Elburg ........................................................1384
Angola............................................................20 Breslau .........................................................367 Ellwangen.....................................................487
Anhalt...........................................................266 Bressanone ................................................1190 Emden..........................................................487
Anhalt-Bernburg...........................................269 British India................................................1156 Erbach ..........................................................489
Anhalt-Dessau ..............................................269 Brixen.............................................................66 Erbach-Breuberg ..........................................490
Anhalt-Harzgerode .......................................270 Bromberg ...................................................1448 Erbach-Furstenau .........................................490
Anhalt-Köthen ..............................................271 Brunswick ....................................................375 Erfurt............................................................490
Anhalt-Plötzkau ............................................272 Brunswick-Bevern ........................................379 Essen ...........................................................494
Anhalt-Zerbst ...............................................273 Brunswick-Dannenberg ................................379 Estonia .........................................................198
Anholt, Gelderland, Netherlands.................1383 Brunswick-Harburg ......................................381 Ferrara, Papal City States ...........................1272
Anholt, German States .................................275 Brunswick-Hitzacker ....................................384 Finstingen ....................................................495
Anklam .........................................................275 Brunswick-Lüneburg-Calenberg...................384 Flanders .....................................................1514
Aragon .......................................................1496 Brunswick-Lüneburg-Calenberg-Hannover ..405 France ..........................................................201
Arakan ........................................................1142 Brunswick-Lüneburg-Celle ...........................406 Franconia .....................................................495
Arenberg ......................................................275 Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel ...............................425 Franconian Circle .........................................496
Armata and Morea .....................................1326 Bucheim .......................................................454 Frankenthal ..................................................497
Armenia .........................................................20 Burgmilchling...............................................454 Frankfurt (Hesse-Darmstadt, Mainz,
Arquata ......................................................1188 Burgundy .....................................................251 Nassau-Saarbrücken) Joint Coinage........637
Artois .........................................................1505 Cagliari .......................................................1191 Frankfurt am Main ........................................498
Assam ........................................................1144 Camenz ........................................................454 Frankfurt am Oder ........................................504
Auersperg ......................................................66 Cammin .......................................................454 Fraustadt ....................................................1457
Augsburg .....................................................276 Campi.........................................................1193 Freiburg .....................................................1548
Austria ...........................................................20 Casale ........................................................1193 Freiburg im Breisgau ....................................504
Austrian Netherlands......................................96 Castiglione delle Stiviere ............................1196 Freising ........................................................505
Austrian States ...............................................66 Catalonia ....................................................1497 French India ...............................................1164
Avignon, Papal City States .........................1266 Cattaro .......................................................1326 French States ...............................................249
Azerbaijan ......................................................98 Central Asia ..................................................141 Friedberg ......................................................505
Bacaim .......................................................1164 Ceylon ..........................................................143 Frieland ........................................................120
Bacaim & Chaul .........................................1164 Chateau-Renaud...........................................251 Friesland ....................................................1372
Baden ...........................................................283 China............................................................145 Fugger ..........................................................507
Baglana ......................................................1146 Chur ...........................................................1543 Fugger-Babenhausen ...................................507
Bamberg ......................................................287 Cisterna ......................................................1199 Fugger-Babenhausen-Wellenburg ................508
Barby ...........................................................290 Cleves ..........................................................458 Fugger-Glott .................................................508
Barcelona ...................................................1496 Cochin........................................................1164 Fugger-Nordendorf ......................................508
Basel ..........................................................1537 Coesfeld .......................................................459 Fugger-Pfirt ..................................................509
Batenburg ..................................................1383 Colmar .........................................................460 Fulda ............................................................509
Bavaria .........................................................293 Cologne........................................................460 Fürstenberg ..................................................510
Beckum ........................................................308 Colombia......................................................166 Fürstenberg-Heiligenberg.............................510
Beeskow.......................................................308 Compiano...................................................1200 Furstenwalde ................................................510
Benculen ....................................................1427 Constance ....................................................466 Furth ............................................................510
Bentheim-Bentheim .....................................308 Cooch Behar ..............................................1148 Garhwal ......................................................1154
Bentheim-Tecklenburg-Rheda ......................309 Correggio ...................................................1200 Garsten ..........................................................69
Berlin ...........................................................312 Corvey..........................................................469 Gazoldo ......................................................1206
Berlin & Kolln ...............................................312 Cottbus ........................................................477 Gelderland ..................................................1378
Bermuda ........................................................99 Courland ......................................................170 Geneva .......................................................1548
Bern ...........................................................1540 Crete ..........................................................1326 Genoa.........................................................1206
Besancon .....................................................312 Crimea .........................................................171 German States .............................................259
Bhatgaon Kingdom ....................................1368 Cuneo.........................................................1202 Gerona .......................................................1502
Biberach .......................................................314 Dalmatia and Albania .................................1327 Glarus ........................................................1550
Bidar ..........................................................1146 Damao .......................................................1164 Glatz .............................................................123
Bijapur .......................................................1146 Danish Tranquebar .....................................1158 Glogau .........................................................511
Bocholt.........................................................314 Danzig ........................................................1448 Gluckstadt ....................................................193
Bohemia .........................................................99 Denmark ......................................................172 Goa ............................................................1165
Bohemian Estates ........................................118 Desana .......................................................1203 Goldberg ......................................................511
Boisbelle & Henrichemont ...........................249 Deventer.....................................................1400 Golkonda ....................................................1149
Bolivia ..........................................................128 Dietrichstein ...................................................66 Gond ..........................................................1150
Bologna, Papal City States .........................1269 Diu .............................................................1165 Gorlitz ..........................................................511
Bombay Presidency ...................................1156 Dombes .......................................................252 Gorze ...........................................................512
Bouillon & Sedan .........................................249 Dominican Republic .....................................196 Goslar ..........................................................512
Bozzolo ......................................................1189 Dortmund.....................................................478 Göttingen .....................................................513
Brabant ......................................................1506 Drossen .......................................................480 Great Britain ...............................................1030

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6 COUNTRY INDEX

Greifswald ....................................................515 Japan .........................................................1329 Mansfeld-Schraplau .....................................656


Groningen & Ommeland ............................1386 Java ...........................................................1427 Mantua .......................................................1218
Gronsfeld .....................................................515 Jever ............................................................582 Maratha Confederacy .................................1151
Guastalla ....................................................1211 Johore ........................................................1350 Mark.............................................................656
Guatemala ..................................................1063 Jülich ...........................................................585 Marsberg .....................................................656
Gubbio, Papal City States ...........................1274 Jülich-Berg...................................................587 Maryland ....................................................1603
Guben ..........................................................516 Jülich-Cleve-Berg .........................................590 Masegra .....................................................1229
Hagenau .......................................................516 Kachar ........................................................1151 Massa di Lunigiano ....................................1229
Halberstadt...................................................518 Kampen......................................................1404 Massachusetts ...........................................1603
Haldenstein ................................................1551 Kathmandu Kingdom .................................1368 Mecklenburg ................................................657
Hall...............................................................521 Kaufbeuren...................................................591 Mecklenburg-Gustrow .................................657
Haltern .........................................................521 Kedah .........................................................1351 Mecklenburg-Schwerin ................................661
Hamburg ......................................................521 Kempten.......................................................592 Mecklenburg-Strelitz ....................................666
Hameln.........................................................529 Kolln.............................................................594 Memmingen .................................................666
Hamm ..........................................................532 Korea .........................................................1332 Mesopotamia .............................................1179
Hanau...........................................................533 Koshu.........................................................1331 Messerano .................................................1230
Hanau-Lichtenberg.......................................533 Krim .............................................................171 Metz .............................................................666
Hanau-Münzenberg ......................................537 Kristianstad ................................................1536 Mexico .......................................................1356
Hannover .....................................................539 Kronstadt ...................................................1593 Milan ..........................................................1232
Hatzfeld ........................................................541 Krossen ........................................................594 Minden .........................................................668
Hatzfeld-Gleichen-Trachenberg ....................542 Kustrin .........................................................594 Mirandola ...................................................1235
Hatzfeld-Wildenburg-Krottendorf .................542 Kutch .........................................................1154 Mittweida .....................................................668
Heid and Bleid ..............................................542 Kyritz............................................................594 Modena ......................................................1239
Helfenstein ...................................................542 Laufenburg.................................................1552 Mömpelgart .................................................668
Helfenstein-Gundelfingen .............................542 Lauingen ......................................................594 Monaco ......................................................1359
Helfenstein-Wiesensteig...............................542 Leeuwarden ...............................................1377 Montfort .......................................................669
Henneberg ...................................................573 Leiningen .....................................................595 Morocco.....................................................1362
Henneberg-Ilmenau .....................................544 Leiningen-Dagsburg-Falkenburg ..................595 Muhlhausen in Alsace ..................................673
Herford ........................................................545 Leiningen-Leiningen.....................................595 Muhlhausen Thuringen ................................674
Hermannstadt ............................................1592 Leiningen-Schaumburg-Kleeberg.................596 Munster .......................................................674
Hersfeld .......................................................546 Libya ..........................................................1336 Munsterberg ................................................681
Hesse-Cassel ...............................................546 Liege ..........................................................1337 Munsterberg-Öls ..........................................681
Hesse-Darmstadt .........................................560 Liegnitz ........................................................597 Murbach & Luders .......................................686
Hesse-Darmstadt (and Mainz) Joint Coinage Limburg .....................................................1396 Namur ........................................................1518
................................................................637 Lindau ..........................................................597 Naples ........................................................1242
Hesse-Homburg ...........................................563 Lippe ............................................................598 Narva ...........................................................198
Hesse-Marburg ............................................563 Lippe-Detmold .............................................598 Nassau .........................................................687
Hildesheim ...................................................564 Lithuania ....................................................1344 Nassau-Dietz ................................................688
Hohengeroldseck .........................................571 Livonia .......................................................1346 Nassau-Dillenburg .......................................688
Hohenlohe ....................................................571 Livorno.......................................................1215 Nassau-Holzappel-Schaumburg ...................689
Hohenlohe-Langenburg ...............................572 Loano .........................................................1216 Nassau-Idstein .............................................690
Hohenlohe-Neuenstein-Neuenstein ..............573 Lobkowitz-Sternstein ...................................126 Nassau-Saarbrücken (Hesse-Darmstadt,
Hohenlohe-Neuenstein-Oehringen ...............574 Lobsenz .....................................................1457 Mainz, Frankfurt) Joint Coinage ...............637
Hohenlohe-Neuenstein-Weikersheim ...........574 Lorraine .......................................................602 Nassau-Siegen .............................................690
Hohenlohe-Pfedelbach .................................575 Löwenberg ...................................................605 Nassau-Weilburg..........................................690
Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfurst .......575 Löwenstein-Wertheim ..................................605 Nassau-Weilburg-Saarbrucken ....................691
Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Waldenburg ...........576 Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rochefort .................606 Navarre ......................................................1503
Hohenzollern-Hechingen ..............................576 Löwenstein-Wertheim-Virneburg .................607 Nepal ..........................................................1366
Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen...........................577 Lübeck .........................................................608 Netherlands ................................................1372
Hohnstein.....................................................577 Lucca .........................................................1216 Netherlands East Indies .............................1426
Holland.......................................................1389 Luckau .........................................................616 Neuchatel ...................................................1554
Holy Roman Empire (Austria) ........................20 Lüneburg .....................................................616 Neuruppin ....................................................691
Huissen ......................................................1403 Luxembourg...............................................1518 Neustadt, Brandenburg City Issue ................347
Hungary .....................................................1063 Luzern ........................................................1553 Nevers & Rethel ...........................................254
India, British...............................................1156 Maccagno ..................................................1218 New Jersey ................................................1604
India, Danish Tranquebar ...........................1158 Madras Presidency ....................................1157 Nijmegen ....................................................1384
India, Dutch ...............................................1162 Madurai ......................................................1151 Nordhausen .................................................691
India, French ..............................................1164 Magdeburg...................................................619 Northeim ......................................................692
India, Independent Kingdoms ....................1142 Mainz ...........................................................629 Norway ......................................................1427
India, Mughal Empire .................................1079 Mainz and Hesse-Darmstadt, Joint Coinage Novellara ....................................................1247
India, Portuguese .......................................1164 ................................................................637 Nürnberg ......................................................693
Ingolstasdt ...................................................579 Mainz, Hesse-Darmstadt, Nassau-Saarbrücken Oldenburg ....................................................704
Iran ............................................................1167 & Frankfurt, Joint Coinage .......................637 Olmütz ...........................................................69
Iraq ............................................................1178 Majorca ......................................................1502 Oppeln and Ratibor ......................................708
Ireland ........................................................1179 Malay Peninsula .........................................1350 Oran ...............................................................19
Isenburg.......................................................579 Maldive Islands ..........................................1351 Orange .........................................................256
Isny ..............................................................579 Malta, Order of ...........................................1352 Order of Malta ............................................1352
Isole and Armata ........................................1328 Mansfeld ......................................................638 Ortenburg.......................................................73
Italian States ..............................................1188 Mansfeld-Artern ...........................................638 Osnabruck ....................................................710
Jagerndorf ...................................................580 Mansfeld-Bornstedt .....................................642 Ottingen-Ottingen.........................................715
Jaintiapur ...................................................1150 Mansfeld-Eigentliche-Hinterort ....................646 Ottingen-Wallerstein-Wallerstein..................717
Jaisalmir ....................................................1154 Mansfeld-Eisleben ........................................653 Ottoman Empire, Armenia ..............................20
Janid ............................................................141 Mansfeld-Friedeburg ....................................656 Ottoman Empire, Azerbaijan ...........................98

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COUNTRY INDEX 7

Ottoman Empire, Egypt ................................196 San Martino ...............................................1282 Stendal .........................................................960


Ottoman Empire, Mesopotamia..................1179 Sankit Blasien ..............................................793 Stolberg .......................................................961
Ottoman Empire, Syria ...............................1567 Santo Domingo ............................................196 Stolberg-Ortenberg ......................................963
Ottoman Empire, Tripoli .............................1336 Savoy .........................................................1282 Stolberg-Stolberg.........................................963
Ottoman Empire, Tunis...............................1594 Saxe-Altenkirchen ........................................883 Stolberg-Wernigerode ..................................966
Ottoman Empire, Turkey.............................1595 Saxe-Barby...................................................833 Stralsund .....................................................967
Ottoman Empire, Yemen ............................1605 Saxe-Coburg ................................................876 Strassburg ...................................................974
Overijssel ...................................................1397 Saxe-Eisenach ..............................................864 Striegau .......................................................977
Paderborn ....................................................718 Saxe-Eisenberg ............................................880 Sulz ..............................................................977
Papal City States ........................................1266 Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg ..................................870 Suriname ...................................................1521
Papal States ...............................................1248 Saxe-Jena ....................................................865 Swabian Circle .............................................979
Parma ........................................................1276 Saxe-Lauenburg ...........................................793 Sweden ......................................................1521
Passau .........................................................727 Saxe-Middle-Weimar....................................855 Swiss Cantons ...........................................1537
Patan Kingdom ..........................................1370 Saxe-Mieiningen ..........................................878 Syria...........................................................1567
Peru ...........................................................1438 Saxe-New-Gotha ..........................................866 Tassarolo....................................................1297
Pfalz .............................................................728 Saxe-Old Weimar .........................................841 Telgte ...........................................................979
Pfalz-Electoral Pfalz......................................728 Saxe-Old-Altenburg ......................................842 Teschen ........................................................979
Pfalz-Neuburg ..............................................732 Saxe-Old-Gotha ............................................833 Teutonic Order .............................................982
Pfalz-Simmern .............................................736 Saxe-Romhild ..............................................879 Thanin ..........................................................986
Pfalz-Sulzbach .............................................736 Saxe-Saalfeld ...............................................881 Thorn .........................................................1396
Pfalz-Veldenz................................................736 Saxe-Weimar................................................859 Thorn .........................................................1458
Pflaz-Zweibrucken ........................................739 Saxe-Weissenfels .........................................832 Torriglia ......................................................1300
Piacenza .....................................................1277 Saxe-Zeitz-Neumburg ..................................833 Tournai .......................................................1518
Piombino ...................................................1279 Saxony .........................................................793 Transylvania ...............................................1569
Pisa ............................................................1280 Saxony-Albertine ..........................................798 Trautson .........................................................92
Poland........................................................1440 Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg .......................883 Tresana ......................................................1300
Pomerania ....................................................741 Sayn-Wittgenstein-Homburg .......................885 Tricerro ......................................................1300
Pomerania-Stettin ........................................746 Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn...............................885 Trier..............................................................986
Pomerania-Wolgast......................................753 Sayn-Wittgenstein-Wittgenstein...................885 Tripoli .........................................................1336
Pondichery .................................................1164 Schaffhausen .............................................1556 Tripura........................................................1152
Portugal .....................................................1461 Schaumburg-Hessen ...................................890 Troppau-Jaegendorf .......................................94
Portuguese India ........................................1164 Schaumburg-Lippe ......................................891 Tunis ..........................................................1594
Tunisia........................................................1594
Posen .........................................................1458 Schaumburg-Pinneberg ...............................892
Turkey ........................................................1595
Prenzlau .......................................................756 Schleswig-Holstein-Glucksburg ...................900
Tuscany ......................................................1300
Pudukkottai ................................................1152 Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp .........................900
Ulm ..............................................................991
Quedlinburg .................................................756 Schleswig-Holstein-Norburg ........................906
United States..............................................1602
Ragusa .......................................................1469 Schleswig-Holstein-Ploen ............................906
Urbino ........................................................1302
Ratzau ..........................................................759 Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg ..................907
Uri ..............................................................1560
Ratzeburg.....................................................759 Schlick .........................................................126
Utrecht .......................................................1410
Ravensberg ..................................................761 Schmalkalden...............................................908
Valencia......................................................1504
Ravensburg ..................................................764 Schwarzburg ................................................908
Venice ........................................................1302
Reckheim .......................................................96 Schwarzburg-Arnstadt .................................910 Venician Possessions.................................1326
Regensburg .................................................764 Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt .............................911 Vercelli .......................................................1328
Regenstein ...................................................773 Schwarzburg-Sondershausen ......................915 Verden..........................................................992
Retegna ......................................................1280 Schwarzenberg ............................................919 Verdun .........................................................258
Reuss ...........................................................773 Schweidnitz..................................................920 Vergagni.....................................................1329
Reuss-Burgk ................................................773 Schweinfurt..................................................921 Viet Nam ....................................................1604
Reuss-Dolau ................................................774 Schwyz.......................................................1558 Vijayanagar ................................................1154
Reuss-Gera ..................................................774 Scotland .....................................................1473 Waldburg-Friedberg-Scheer .........................993
Reuss-Greiz .................................................776 Seborga .....................................................1294 Waldeck .......................................................993
Reuss-Obergreiz ..........................................776 Shaybanid ....................................................143 Waldeck-Pyrmont ........................................995
Reuss-Rothenthal ........................................778 s-Heerenberg .............................................1382 Warburg .......................................................995
Reuss-Schleiz ..............................................778 Sicily ..........................................................1294 Warendorf ....................................................995
Reuss-Untergreiz .........................................779 Silesia ..........................................................921 Weissenburg ................................................996
Reval ............................................................199 Silesia-Liegnitz-Brieg ...................................933 Werden & Helmstedt ....................................997
Rheine ..........................................................779 Sinkiang Province ........................................166 Werl .............................................................999
Rietberg .......................................................779 Sinzendorf......................................................91 Werne ..........................................................999
Riga ...........................................................1346 Sitten .........................................................1559 West Friesland ...........................................1415
Ronco ........................................................1281 Soest............................................................949 Westphalia ...................................................999
Rosenberg ...................................................126 Solferino ....................................................1297 Wiedenbruck ..............................................1001
Rostock ........................................................782 Solms-Braunfels ..........................................950 Wismar ......................................................1002
Rothenburg ..................................................789 Solms-Heruletz ............................................951 Wolgast ......................................................1006
Rottweil........................................................789 Solms-Hohensolms .....................................952 Wollwarth...................................................1007
Roussillon ..................................................1504 Solms-Laubach ............................................955 Worms .......................................................1007
Rovegno.....................................................1282 Solms-Lich...................................................955 Württemberg ..............................................1009
Russia ........................................................1470 Solms-Roedelheim.......................................957 Württemberg-Oels .....................................1019
Sabbioneta .................................................1282 Solothurn ...................................................1559 Württemberg-Weiltingen ............................1022
Saint Gall....................................................1555 Sorau ...........................................................957 Würzburg ...................................................1023
Salm.............................................................790 Spain..........................................................1479 Yemen ........................................................1605
Salm-Dhaun .................................................790 Spain - Local issues ...................................1496 Zeeland ......................................................1421
Salm-Grumbach ...........................................791 Spanish Netherlands ..................................1505 Zug.............................................................1561
Salm-Kyrburg...............................................792 Speyer ..........................................................958 Zurich.........................................................1563
Salm-Salm ...................................................792 Staats Brabant............................................1410 Zutphen......................................................1385
Salzburg .........................................................74 Stade............................................................959 Zwolle ........................................................1407

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This catalog series is designed to serve the needs of both the Federal Republic of Germany.
novice and advanced collectors. It provides a comprehensive DEUTSCHE DEMOKRATISCHE REPUBLIK -
guide to over 400 years of world coinage. It is generally arranged German Democratic Republic.
so that persons with no more than a basic knowledge of world EMPIRE CHERIFIEN MAROC - Morocco.
history and a casual acquaintance with coin collecting can ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS -
consult it with confidence and ease. The following explanations United Mexican States (Mexico).
summarize the general practices used in preparing this catalog’s ETAT DU GRAND LIBAN -
listings. However, because of specialized requirements, which State of Great Lebanon (Lebanon).
may vary by country and era, these must not be considered Thus it can be seen there are instances in which a little
ironclad. Where these standards have been set aside, appropriate schooling in the rudiments of foreign languages can be most
notations of the variations are incorporated in that particular helpful. In general, colonial possessions of countries using the
listing. Western alphabet are similarly identifiable as they often carry
portraits of their current rulers, the familiar lettering, sometimes
ARRANGEMENT in combination with a companion designation in the local
Countries are arranged alphabetically. Political changes within language.
a country are arranged chronologically. In countries where Rulers Collectors have the greatest difficulty with coins that do not
are the single most significant political entity a chronological bear legends or dates in the Western systems. These include
arrangement by Ruler has been employed. Distinctive sub- coins bearing Cyrillic lettering, attributable to Bulgaria, Russia,
geographic regions are listed alphabetically following the the Slavic states and Mongolia, the Greek script peculiar to
country’s main listings. A few exceptions to these rules may Greece, Crete and the Ionian Islands; The Amharic characters of
exist. Refer to the Country Index. Ethiopia, or Hebrew in the case of Israel. Dragons and sunbursts
Diverse coinage types relating to fabrication methods, along with the distinctive word characters attribute a coin to the
revaluations, denomination systems, non-circulating categories Oriental countries of China, Japan, Korea, Tibet, Viet Nam and
and such have been identified, separated and arranged in logical their component parts.
fashion. Chronological arrangement is employed for most The most difficult coins to identify are those bearing only
circulating coinage, i.e., Hammered coinage will normally lead Persian or Arabic script and its derivatives, found on the issues
into Milled coinage, monetary reforms will flow in order of of nations stretching in a wide swath across North Africa and East
their institution. Non-circulating types such as Essais, Pieforts, Asia, from Morocco to Indonesia, and the Indian subcontinent
Patterns, Trial Strikes, Mint and Proof sets will follow the main coinages which surely are more confusing in their vast array of
listings. Nagari, Sanskrit, Ahom, Assamese and other local dialects found
Within a coinage type coins will be listed by denomination, on the local issues of the Indian Princely States. Although the
from smallest to largest. Numbered types within a denomination task of identification on the more modern issues of these lands is
will be ordered by their first date of issue. often eased by the added presence of Western alphabet legends,
a feature sometimes adopted as early as the late 19th Century,
IDENTIFICATION for the earlier pieces it is often necessary for the uninitiated to
The most important step in the identification of a coin is the laboriously seek and find.
determination of the nation of origin. This is generally easily Except for the cruder issues, however, it will be found that
accomplished with English-speaking lands, however, use of the certain characteristics and symbols featured in addition to the
country index is sometimes required. The coins of Great Britain predominant legends are typical on coins from a given country
provide an interesting challenge. For hundreds of years the only or group of countries. The toughra monogram, for instance,
indication of the country of origin was in the abbreviated Latin occurs on some of the coins of Afghanistan, Egypt, the Sudan,
legends. In recent times there have been occasions when there Pakistan, Turkey and other areas of the late Ottoman Empire. A
has been no indication of origin. Only through the familiarity of predominant design feature on the coins of Nepal is the trident;
the monarchical portraits, symbols and legends or indication of while neighboring Tibet features a lotus blossom or lion on many
currency system are they identifiable. of their issues.
The coins of many countries beyond the English-language A comprehensive Country Index is also provided to assist in
realm, such as those of French, Italian or Spanish heritage, are locating listings once the basic identification of country of issue
also quite easy to identify through reference to their legends, has been made.
which appear in the national languages based on Western
alphabets. In many instances the name is spelled exactly the DATING
same in English as in the national language, such as France; Coin dating is the final basic attribution consideration. Here,
while in other cases it varies only slightly, like Italia for Italy, the problem can be more difficult because the reading of a coin
Belgique or Belgie for Belgium, Brasil for Brazil and Danmark date is subject not only to the vagaries of numeric styling, but
for Denmark. to calendar variations caused by the observance of various
This is not always the case, however, as in Norge for religious eras or regal periods from country to country, or even
Norway, Espana for Spain, Sverige for Sweden and Helvetia for within a country. Here again with the exception of the sphere
Switzerland. Some other examples include: from North Africa through the Orient, it will be found that most
countries rely on Western date numerals and Christian (AD) era
DEUTSCHES REICH - Germany 1873-1945 reckoning, although in a few instances, coin dating has been tied
BUNDESREPUBLIC DEUTSCHLAND - to the year of a reign or government. The Vatican, for example

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dates its coinage according to the year of reign of the current Jewish era (JE) ............................JE5774
pope, in addition to the Christian-era date. Roman .........................................MMXIV
Countries in the Arabic sphere generally date their coins to
the Muslim era (AH), which commenced on July 16, 622 AD Coins of Asian origin - principally Japan, Korea, China,
(Julian calendar), when the prophet Mohammed fled from Turkestan and Tibet and some modern gold issues of Turkey
Mecca to Medina. As their calendar is reckoned by the lunar - are generally dated to the year of the government, dynasty,
year of 354 days, which is about three percent (precisely 2.98%) reign or cyclic eras, with the dates indicated in Asian characters
shorter than the Christian year, a formula is required to convert which usually read from right to left. In recent years, however,
AH dating to its Western equivalent. To convert an AH date to some dating has been according to the Christian calendar and
the approximate AD date, subtract three percent of the AH date in Western numerals. In Japan, Asian character dating was
(round to the closest whole number) from the AH date and add reversed to read from left to right in Showa year 23 (1948 AD).
622. A chart converting all AH years from 1010 (July 2, 1601) to More detailed guides to less prevalent coin dating systems,
1421 (May 25, 2028) is presented as the Heijra Chart elsewhere which are strictly local in nature, are presented with the
in this volume. appropriate listings.
The Muslim calendar is not always based on the lunar Some coins carry dates according to both locally observed
year (AH), however, causing some confusion, particularly in and Christian eras. This is particularly true in the Arabic world,
Afghanistan and Iran, where a calendar based on the solar year where the Hejira date may be indicated in Arabic numerals and
(SH) was introduced around 1920. These dates can be converted the Christian date in Western numerals, or both dates in either
to AD by simply adding 621. In 1976 the government of Iran form.
implemented a new solar calendar based on the foundation of The date actually carried on a given coin is generally cataloged
the Iranian monarchy in 559 BC. The first year observed on the here in the first column (Date). Dates listed alone in the date
new calendar was 2535 (MS), which commenced March 20, column which do not actually appear on a given coin, or dates
1976. A reversion to the traditional SH dating standard occurred which are known, but do not appear on the coin, are generally
a few years later. enclosed by parentheses with ‘ND’ at the left, for example
Several different eras of reckoning, including Christian ND(1926).
and Muslim (AH), have been used to date coins of the Indian Timing differentials between some era of reckoning,
subcontinent. The two basic systems are the Vikrama Samvat particularly the 354-day Mohammedan and 365-day Christian
(VS), which dates from Oct. 18, 58 BC, and the Saka era, years, cause situations whereby coins which carry dates for both
the origin of which is reckoned from March 3, 78 AD. Dating eras exist bearing two year dates from one calendar combined
according to both eras appears on various coins of the area. with a single date from another.
Coins of Thailand (Siam) are found dated by three different Countermarked Coinage is presented with both ‘Countermark
eras. The most predominant is the Buddhist era (BE), which Date’ and ‘Host Coin’ date for each type. Actual date representation
originated in 543 BC. Next is the Bangkok or Ratanakosindsok follows the rules outlined above.
(RS) era, dating from 1781 AD; followed by the Chula- Sakarat For more detailed information on coin dating see the Illustrated
(CS) era, dating from 638 AD. The latter era originated in Burma Coin Dating Guide for the Eastern World by Albert Galloway,
and is used on that country’s coins. Krause Publications, F+W Media, 2012.
Other calendars include that of the Ethiopian era (EE), which
commenced seven years, eight months after AD dating; and NUMBERING SYSTEM
that of the Jewish people, which commenced on Oct. 7, 3761 Some catalog numbers assigned in this volume are based
BC. Korea claims a legendary dating from 2333 BC, which is on established references. This practice has been observed for
acknowledged in some of its coin dating. Some coin issues of two reasons: First, when world coins are listed chronologically
the Indonesian area carry dates determined by the Javanese Aji they are basically self-cataloging; second, there was no need
Saka era (AS), a calendar of 354 days (100 Javanese years equal to confuse collectors with totally new numeric designations
97 Christian or Gregorian calendar years), which can be matched where appropriate systems already existed. As time progressed
to AD dating by comparing it to AH dating. we found many of these established systems incomplete and
The following table indicates the year dating for the various inadequate and have now replaced many with new KM numbers.
eras, which correspond to 2011 in Christian calendar reckoning, When numbers change appropriate cross-referencing has been
but it must be remembered that there are overlaps between the provided.
eras in some instances. In some countries, listings are cross-referenced to Robert
Friedberg’s (FR#) Gold Coins of the World or Coins of the
Christian era (AD) ........................2014 British World. Major Fred Pridmore’s (P#) studies of British
Muslim era (AH) ..........................AH1435 colonial coinage are also referenced, as are W.H. Valentine’s (V#)
Solar year (SH) ............................SH1392 references on the Modern Copper Coins of the Muhammadan
Monarchic Solar era (MS) ...........MS2573 States. Coins issued under the Chinese sphere of influence are
Vikrama Samvat (VS) ..................VS2071 assigned numbers from E. Kann’s (K#) Illustrated Catalog of
Saka era (SE) ...............................SE1936 Chinese Coins and T.K. Hsu’s (Su) work of similar title. In the
Buddhist era (BE) ........................BE2557 German and Italian States, several different specialized catalogs
Bangkok era (RS) ........................RS233 have been cross-referenced. In most cases, these cross-
Chula-Sakarat era (CS) ................CS1376 reference numbers are presented in the descriptive text for each
Ethiopian era (EE) ........................EE2007 type, often in the note field.
Korean era ...................................4347
Javanese Aji Saka era (AS) ..........AS1947 DENOMINATIONS
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coin is the determination of denomination. Since denominations METALS


are usually expressed in numeric, rather than word form on a Each numbered type listing will contain a description of the coins
coin, this is usually quite easily accomplished on coins from metallic content. The traditional coinage metals and their symbolic
nations, which use Western numerals, except in those instances chemical abbreviations sometimes used in this catalog are:
where issues are devoid of any mention of face value, and
denomination must be attributed by size, metallic composition Platinum - (PT) Copper - (Cu)
or weight. Coins listed in this volume are generally illustrated in Gold - (Au) Brass -
actual size. Where size is critical to proper attribution, the coin’s Silver - (Ag) Copper-nickel- (CN)
millimeter size is indicated. Billion - Lead - (Pb)
The sphere of countries stretching from North Africa through Nickel - (Ni) Steel -
the Orient, on which numeric symbols generally unfamiliar to Zinc - (Zn) Tin - (Sn)
Westerners are employed, often provide the collector with a Bronze - (Ae) Aluminum - (Al)
much greater challenge. This is particularly true on nearly all pre-
20th Century issues. On some of the more modern issues and During the 17th,18th and 19th centuries, most of the world’s
increasingly so as the years progress, Western-style numerals coins were struck of copper or bronze, billon, silver and gold.
usually presented in combination with the local numeric system
are becoming more commonplace on these coins. OFF-METAL STRIKES
Determination of a coin’s currency system can also be valuable Off-metal strikes previously designated by “(OMS)” which also
in attributing the issue to its country of origin. included the wide range of error coinage struck in other than
The included table of Standard International Numeral Systems their officially authorized compositions have been incorporated
presents charts of the basic numeric designations found on coins into Pattern listings along with special issues, which were struck
of non-Western origin. Although denomination numerals are for presentation or other reasons.
generally prominently displayed on coins, it must be remembered Collectors of Germanic coinage may be familiar with the term
that these are general representations of characters, which “Abschlag” which quickly identifies similar types of coinage.
individual coin engravers may have rendered in widely varying
styles. Where numeric or script denominations designation forms PRECIOUS METAL WEIGHTS
peculiar to a given coin or country apply, such as the script used on Listings of weight, fineness and actual silver (ASW), gold
some Persian (Iranian) issues. They are so indicated or illustrated (AGW), platinum or palladium (APW) content of most machine-
in conjunction with the appropriate listings. struck silver, gold, platinum and palladium coins are provided in
this edition. This information will be found incorporated in each
MINTAGES separate type listing, along with other data related to the coin.
Quantities minted of each date are indicated where that The ASW, AGW and APW figures were determined by
information is available, generally stated in millions, and usually multiplying the gross weight of a given coin by its known
rounded off to the nearest 10,000 pieces. On quantities of a few or tested fineness and converting the resulting gram or grain
thousand or less, actual mintages are generally indicated. For weight to troy ounces, rounded to the nearest ten-thousandth
combined mintage figu res the abbreviation “Inc. Above” means of an ounce. A silver coin with a 24.25-gram weight and .875
Included Above, while “Inc. Below” means Included Below. fineness for example, would have a fine weight of approximately
“Est.” beside a mintage figure indicates the number given is an 21.2188 grams, or a .6822 ASW, a factor that can be used to
estimate or mintage limit. accurately determine the intrinsic value for multiple examples.
The ASW, AGW or APW figure can be multiplied by the spot
MINT AND PRIVY MARKS price of each precious metal to determine the current intrinsic
The presence of distinctive, but frequently inconspicuously value of any coin accompanied by these designations.
placed, mintmarks indicates the mint of issue for many of the Coin weights are indicated in grams (abbreviated “g”) along
coins listed in this catalog. An appropriate designation in the date with fineness where the information is of value in differentiating
listings notes the presence, if any, of a mint mark on a particular between types. These weights are based on 31.103 grams
coin type by incorporating the letter or letters of the mint mark per troy (scientific) ounce, as opposed to the avoirdupois
adjoining the date, i.e., 1883CC or 1890H. (commercial) standard of 28.35 grams. Actual coin weights are
The presence of mint and/or mintmaster’s privy marks on a generally shown in hundredths or thousands of a gram; i.e.,
coin in non-letter form is indicated by incorporating the mint 2.9200 g., SILVER, 0.500 oz.
letter in lower case within parentheses adjoining the date; i.e.
1827(a). The corresponding mark is illustrated or identified in WEIGHTS AND FINENESSES
the introduction of the country. As the silver and gold bullion markets have advanced and
In countries such as France and Mexico, where many mints declined sharply in recent years, the fineness and total precious
may be producing like coinage in the same denomination during metal content of coins has become especially significant where
the same time period, divisions by mint have been employed. In bullion coins - issues which trade on the basis of their intrinsic
these cases the mint mark may appear next to the individual date metallic content rather than numismatic value - are concerned. In
listings and/or the mint name or mint mark may be listed in the many instances, such issues have become worth more in bullion
Note field of the type description. form than their nominal collector values or denominations
Where listings incorporate mintmaster initials, they are indicate.
always presented in capital letters separated from the date by Establishing the weight of a coin can also be valuable for
one character space; i.e., 1850 MF. The different mintmark and determining its denomination. Actual weight is also necessary
mintmaster letters found on the coins of any country, state or to ascertain the specific gravity of the coin’s metallic content, an
city of issue are always shown at the beginning of listings. important factor in determining authenticity.

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TROY WEIGHT STANDARDS or imitated by trade partners. Such coins generally circulated
24 Grains = 1 Pennyweight at a value based on the weight and fineness of their silver or
480 Grains = 1 Ounce gold content, rather than their stated denomination. Examples
31.103 Grams = 1 Ounce include the sovereigns of Great Britain and the gold ducat issues
of Austria, German States, Hungary and the Netherlands. Trade
UNIFORM WEIGHTS coinage will often be listed at the end of the domestic issues.
15.432 Grains = 1 Gram
0.0648 Gram = 1 Grain VALUATIONS
Values quoted in this catalog represent the current market
AVOIRDUPOIS STANDARDS and are compiled from recommendations provided and verified
27-11/32 Grains = 11 Dram through various source documents and specialized consultants.
437-1/2 Grains = 1 Ounce It should be stressed, however, that this book is intended
28.350 Grams = 1 Ounce to serve only as an aid for evaluating coins, actual market
conditions are constantly changing and additional influences,
HOMELAND TYPES such as particularly strong local demand for certain coin series,
Homeland types are coins which colonial powers used in a fluctuation of international exchange rates and worldwide
colony, but do not bear that location’s name. In some cases they collection patterns must also be considered. Publication of
were legal tender in the homeland, in others not. They are listed this catalog is not intended as a solicitation by the publisher,
under the homeland and cross-referenced at the colony listing. editors or contributors to buy or sell the coins listed at the prices
indicated.
COUNTERMARKS/COUNTERSTAMPS All valuations are stated in U.S. dollars, based on careful
There is some confusion among collectors over the assessment of the varied international collector market.
terms “countermark” and “counterstamp” when applied to Valuations for coins priced below $100.00 are generally stated
a coin bearing an additional mark or change of design and/or in full amounts - i.e. 37.50 or 95.00 - while valuations at or
denomination. above that figure are rounded off in even dollars - i.e. $125.00
To clarify, a countermark might be considered similar to the is expressed 125. A comma is added to indicate thousands of
“hall mark” applied to a piece of silverware, by which a silversmith dollars in value.
assured the quality of the piece. In the same way, a countermark It should be noted that when particularly select uncirculated or
assures the quality of the coin on which it is placed, as, for proof-like examples of uncirculated coins become available they
example, when the royal crown of England was countermarked can be expected to command proportionately high premiums.
(punched into) on segmented Spanish reales, allowing them to Such examples in reference to choice Germanic Thalers are
circulate in commerce in the British West Indies. An additional referred to as “erst schlage” or first strikes.
countermark indicating the new denomination may also be
encountered on these coins. TOKEN COINAGE
Countermarks are generally applied singularly and in most At times local economic conditions have forced regular
cases indiscriminately on either side of the “host” coin. coinage from circulation or found mints unable to cope with the
Counterstamped coins are more extensively altered. The demand for coinage, giving rise to privately issued token coinage
counterstamping is done with a set of dies, rather than a hand substitutes. British tokens of the late 1700s and early 1880s,
punch. The coin being counterstamped is placed between the and the German and French and French Colonial emergency
new dies and struck as if it were a blank planchet as found with emissions of the World War I era are examples of such tokens
the Manila 8 reales issue of the Philippines. being freely accepted in monetary transactions over wide areas.
Tokens were likewise introduced to satisfy specific restricted
PHOTOGRAPHS needs, such as the leper colony issues of Brazil, Colombia and
To assist the reader in coin identification, every effort has the Philippines.
been made to present actual size photographs of every coinage This catalog includes introductory or detailed listings with
type listed. Obverse and reverse are illustrated, except when a “Tn” prefixes of many token coinage issues, particularly those
change in design is restricted to one side, and the coin has a which enjoyed wide circulation and where the series was limited
diameter of 39mm or larger, in which case only the side required in diversity. More complex series, and those more restricted
for identification of the type is generally illustrated. All coins in scope of circulation are generally not listed, although a
up to 55mm are illustrated actual size, to the nearest 1/2mm representative sample may be illustrated and a specialty
up to 25mm, and to the nearest 1mm thereafter. Coins larger reference provided.
than 55mm diameter are illustrated in reduced size, with the
actual size noted in the descriptive text block. Every effort has MEDALLIC ISSUES
been made to provide actual millimeter measurements in the All medallic issues can be found in the current edition of
descriptive text of all coins listed. Unusual World Coins.

TRADE COINS RESTRIKES, COUNTERFEITS


From approximately 1750-1940, a number of nations, Deceptive restrike and counterfeit (both contemporary and
particularly European colonial powers and commercial traders, modern) examples exist of some coin issues. Where possible, the
minted trade coins to facilitate commerce with the local populace existence of restrikes is noted. Warnings are also incorporated
of Africa, the Arab countries, the Indian subcontinent, Southeast in instances where particularly deceptive counterfeits are known
Asia and the Far East. In earlier periods, standard weights and to exist. Collectors who are uncertain about the authenticity of
measures were established by certain countries and adopted a coin held in their collection, or being offered for sale, should

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12 HOW TO USE THIS CATALOG

take the precaution of having it authenticated by the American Split grades, i.e., F/VF for obverse and reverse, respectively,
Numismatic Association Authentication Bureau, 818 N. Cascade, are normally no more than one grade apart. If the two sides are
Colorado Springs, CO 80903. Their reasonably priced certification more than one grade apart, the series of coins probably wears
tests are widely accepted by collectors and dealers alike. differently on each side and should then be graded by the weaker
side alone.
EDGE VARIETIES Grade by the amount of overall wear and loss of design detail
evident on each side of the coin. On coins with a moderately
small design element, which is prone to early wear, grade by that
design alone. For example, the 5-ore (KM#554) of Sweden has
a crown above the monogram on which the beads on the arches
show wear most clearly. So, grade by the crown alone.
For MS-63 (Brilliant Uncirculated, BU) there will be no visible
signs of wear or handling, even under a 10-power loop. Full mint
luster will be present. Ideally no bag marks will be evident.
For MS-60 (Uncirculated, Unc) there will be no visible signs of
wear or handling, even under a 10-power loop. Bag marks may
be present.
For AU-50 (Almost Uncirculated, AU) all details will be visible.
There will be only the slightest of wear on the highest point of the
coin. There will often be half or more of the original mint luster
present.
On the XF-40 (Extremely Fine, XF or EF) coin, there will be
about 95% of the original detail visible. Or, on a coin with a
design with no inner detail to wear down, there will be a light
wear over nearly all the coin. If a small design is used as the
grading area, about 90% of the original detail will be visible. This
latter rule stems from the logic that a smaller amount of detail
needs to be present because a small area is being used to grade
the whole coin.
The VF-20 (Very Fine, VF) coin will have about 75% of the
original detail visible. Or, on a coin with no inner detail, there will
be moderate wear over the entire coin. Corners of letters and
CONDITIONS/GRADING numbers may be weak. A small grading area will have about 66%
Wherever possible, coin valuations are given in three or four of the original detail.
grades of preservation. In this catalog we have adopted the For F-12 (Fine, F) there will be about 50% of the original detail
use of the 70–point numerical grading system employed in visible. Or, on a coin with no inner detail, there will be fairly heavy
the United States. For modern commemoratives, which do not wear over all of the coin. Sides of letters will be weak. A typically
circulate, Mint State values are usually sufficient. Proof issues uncleaned coin will often appear as dirty or dull. A small grading
are indicated by the prefix PF-60, PF-63 or PF-65 next to the area will have just under 50% of the original detail.
valuation following the mintage. Coins which are proof in quality On the VG-8 (Very Good, VG) coin there will be about 25% of
but not yet priced, have the notation of roof next to the date the original detail visible. There will be heavy wear on all of the
and no price information. For very recent circulating coins, coins coin.
of limited value and crude uncollared coins such as cobs and The G-4 (Good, G) coin’s design will be clearly outlined but
dumps, one, two or three grade values are presented with lower with substantial wear. Some of the larger detail may be visible.
grade fields, containing a dash (-) value indicating no collector The rim may have a few weak spots of wear.
premium above face or intrinsic value and higher grade fields On the AG-3 (About Good, AG) coin, there will typically be only
containing a dash, indicating the type is seldom seen in that a silhouette of a large design. The rim will be worn down into the
grade. letters if any.
BV indicates bullion value, which can be determined by Strong or weak strikes, partially weak strikes, damage,
multiplying the actual precious metal value by current spot metal corrosion, attractive or unattractive toning, dipping or cleaning
prices. BV+10% indicates a coin valued at bullion value plus an should be described along with the above grades. These factors
additional 10%. affect the quality of the coin just as do wear and loss of detail,
There are almost no grading guides for world coins. What but are easier to describe.
follows is an attempt to help bridge that gap until a detailed, In the case of countermarked/counterstamped coins, the
illustrated guide becomes available. condition of the host coin will have a bearing on the end valuation.
In grading world coins, there are two elements to look for: 1) The important factor in determining the grade is the condition,
Overall wear, and 2) loss of design details, such as strands of clarity and completeness of the countermark itself. This is in
hair, feathers on eagles, designs on coats of arms, etc. reference to countermarks/counterstamps having raised design
The age, rarity or type of a coin should not be a consideration while being struck in a depression.
in grading. Incuse countermarks cannot be graded for wear. They are
Grade each coin by the weaker of the two sides. This method graded by the clarity and completeness including the condition
appears to give results most nearly consistent with conservative of the host coin which will also have more bearing on the final
American Numismatic Association standards for U.S. coins. grade/valuation determined.

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STANDARD INTERNATIONAL NUMERAL SYSTEMS


Prepared especially for the Standard Catalog of World Coins © 2014 by Krause Publications

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GERMAN STATES INSTANT IDENTIFIER

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GERMAN STATES INSTANT IDENTIFIER

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GERMAN STATES INSTANT IDENTIFIER

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GERMAN STATES INSTANT IDENTIFIER

STANDARD INTERNATIONAL GRADING


TERMINOLOGY AND ABBREVIATIONS

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18 HEJIRA DATE CONVERSION CHART

HEJIRA DATE AH Hejira AD Christian Date AH Hejira AD Christian Date AH Hejira AD Christian Date AH Hejira AD Christian Date
CONVERSION CHART 1088 1677, March 6 1179 1765, June 20 1270 1853, October 4 1361 1942, January 19
1089 1678, February 23 1180 1766, June 9 1271 1854, September 24 1362 1943, January 8
1090 1679, February 12 1181 1767, May 30 1272 1855, September 13 1363 1943, December 28
HEJIRA (Hijira, Hegira), the
name of the Muslim era (A.H. = 1091 1680, February 2* 1182 1768, May 18* 1273 1856, September 1* 1364 1944, December 17*
Anno Hegirae) dates back to the 1092 1681, January 21 1183 1769, May 7 1274 1857, August 22 1365 1945, December 6
Christian year 622 when 1093 1682, January 10 1184 1770, April 27 1275 1858, August 11 1366 1946, November 25
Mohammed “fled” from Mecca, 1094 1682, December 31 1185 1771, April 16 1276 1859, July 31 1367 1947, November 15
escaping to Medina to avoid per- 1095 1683, December 20 1186 1772, April 4* 1277 1860, July 20*
secution from the Koreish tribe- 1368 1948, November 3*
men. Based on a lunar year the 1096 1684, December 8* 1187 1773, March 25 1278 1861, July 9 1369 1949, October 24
Muslim year is 11 days shorter. 1097 1685, November 28 1188 1774, March 14 1279 1862, June 29 1370 1950, October 13
*=Leap Year (Christian Calendar) 1098 1686, November 17 1189 1775, March 4 1280 1863, June 18 1371 1951, October 2
1099 1687, November 7 1190 1776, February 21* 1281 1864, June 6* 1372 1952, September 21*
AH Hejira AD Christian Date
1100 1688, October 26* 1191 1777, February 1 1282 1865, May 27 1373 1953, September 10
1010 1601, July 2 1101 1689, October 15 1192 1778, January 30 1283 1866, May 16
1011 1602, June 21 1374 1954, August 30
1102 1690, October 5 1193 1779, January 19 1284 1867, May 5 1375 1955, August 20
1012 1603, June 11 1103 1691, September 24 1194 1780, January 8* 1285 1868, April 24*
1013 1604, May 30 1376 1956, August 8*
1104 1692, September 12* 1195 1780, December 28* 1286 1869, April 13 1377 1957, July 29
1014 1605, May 19 1105 1693, September 2 1196 1781, December 17 1287 1870, April 3
1015 1606, May 9 1378 1958, July 18
1106 1694, August 22 1197 1782, December 7 1288 1871, March 23 1379 1959, July 7
1016 1607, April 28 1107 1695, August 12 1198 1783, November 26 1289 1872, March 11*
1017 1608, April 17 1380 1960, June 25*
1108 1696, July 31* 1199 1784, November 14* 1290 1873, March 1 1381 1961, June 14
1018 1609, April 6 1109 1697, July 20 1200 1785, November 4 1291 1874, February 18
1019 1610, March 26 1382 1962, June 4
1110 1698, July 10 1201 1786, October 24 1292 1875, February 7 1383 1963, May 25
1020 1611, March 16 1111 1699, June 29 1202 1787, October 13 1293 1876, January 28*
1021 1612, March 4 1384 1964, May 13*
1112 1700, June 18 1203 1788, October 2* 1294 1877, January 16 1385 1965, May 2
1022 1613, February 21 1113 1701, June 8 1204 1789, September 21 1295 1878, January 5
1023 1614, February 11 1386 1966, April 22
1114 1702, May 28 1205 1790, September 10 1296 1878, December 26 1387 1967, April 11
1024 1615, January 31 1115 1703, May 17 1206 1791, August 31 1297 1879, December 15
1025 1616, January 20 1388 1968, March 31*
1116 1704, May 6* 1207 1792, August 19* 1298 1880, December 4* 1389 1969, March 20
1026 1617, January 9 1117 1705, April 25 1208 1793, August 9 1299 1881, November 23
1027 1617, December 29 1390 1970, March 9
1118 1706, April 15 1209 1794, July 29 1300 1882, November 12 1391 1971, February 27
1028 1618, December 19 1119 1707, April 4 1210 1795, July 18 1301 1883, November 2
1029 1619, December 8 1392 1972, February 16*
1120 1708, March 23* 1211 1796, July 7* 1302 1884, October 21* 1393 1973, February 4
1030 1620, November 26 1121 1709, March 13 1212 1797, June 26 1303 1885, October 10
1031 1621, November 16 1394 1974, January 25
1122 1710, March 2 1213 1798, June 15 1304 1886, September 30 1395 1975, January 14
1032 1622, November 5 1123 1711, February 19 1214 1799, June 5 1305 1887, September 19
1033 1623, October 25 1396 1976, January 3*
1124 1712, February 9* 1215 1800, May 25 1306 1888, September 7*
1034 1624, October 14 1397 1976, December 23*
1125 1713, January 28 1216 1801, May 14 1307 1889, August 28
1035 1625, October 3 1398 1977, December 12
1126 1714, January 17 1217 1802, May 4 1308 1890, August 17
1036 1626, September 22 1399 1978, December 2
1127 1715, January 7 1218 1803, April 23 1309 1891, August 7
1037 1627, September 12 1400 1979, November 21
1128 1715, December 27 1219 1804, April 12* 1310 1892, July 26*
1038 1628, August 31 1401 1980, November 9*
1129 1716, December 16* 1220 1805, April 1 1311 1893, July 15
1039 1629, August 21 1402 1981, October 30
1130 1717, December 5 1221 1806, March 21 1312 1894, July 5
1040 1630, August 10 1403 1982, October 19
1131 1718, November 24 1222 1807, March 11 1313 1895, June 24
1041 1631, July 30 1132 1719, November 14 1223 1808, February 28* 1314 1896, June 12* 1404 1983, October 6
1042 1632, July 19 1133 1720, November 2* 1224 1809, February 16 1315 1897, June 2 1405 1984, September 27*
1043 1633, July 8 1134 1721, October 22 1225 1810, February 6 1316 1898, May 22 1406 1985, September 16
1044 1634, June 27 1135 1722, October 12 1226 1811, January 26 1317 1899, May 12 1407 1986, September 6
1045 1635, June 17 1136 1723, October 1 1227 1812, January 16* 1318 1900, May 1 1409 1987, August 26
1046 1636, June 5 1137 1724, September 19 1228 1813, January 6 1319 1901, April 20 1409 1988, August 14*
1047 1637, May 26 1138 1725, September 9 1229 1813, December 24 1320 1902, April 10 1410 1989, August 3
1048 1638, May 15 1139 1726, August 29 1230 1814, December 14 1321 1903, March 30 1411 1990, July 24
1049 1639, May 4 1140 1727, August 19 1231 1815, December 3 1322 1904, March 18* 1412 1991, July 13
1050 1640, April 23 1141 1728, August 7* 1232 1816, November 21* 1323 1905, March 8 1413 1992, July 2*
1051 1641, April 12 1142 1729, July 27 1233 1817, November 11 1324 1906, February 25 1414 1993, June 21
1052 1642, April 1 1143 1730, July 17 1234 1818, October 31 1325 1907, February 14 1415 1994, June 10
1053 1643, March 22 1144 1731, July 6 1235 1819, October 20 1326 1908, February 4* 1416 1995, May 31
1054 1644, March 10 1145 1732, June 24* 1236 1820, October 9* 1327 1909, January 23 1417 1996, May 19*
1055 1645, February 27 1146 1733, June 14 1237 1821, September 28 1328 1910, January 13 1418 1997, May 9
1056 1646, February 17 1147 1734, June 3 1238 1822, September 18 1329 1911, January 2 1419 1998, April 28
1057 1647, February 6 1148 1735, May 24 1239 1823, September 8 1330 1911, December 22 1420 1999, April 17
1058 1648, January 27 1149 1736, May 12* 1240 1824, August 26* 1331 1912, December 11 1421 2000, April 6*
1059 1649, January 15 1150 1737, May 1 1241 1825, August 16 1332 1913, November 30 1422 2001, March 26
1060 1650, January 4 1151 1738, April 21 1242 1826, August 5 1333 1914, November 19 1423 2002, March 15
1061 1650, December 25 1152 1739, April 10 1243 1827, July 25 1334 1915, November 9 1424 2003, March 5
1062 1651, December 14 1153 1740, March 29* 1244 1828, July 14* 1335 1916, October 28* 1425 2004, February 22*
1063 1652, December 2 1154 1741, March 19 1245 1829, July 3 1336 1917, October 17 1426 2005, February 10
1064 1653, November 22 1155 1742, March 8 1246 1830, June 22 1337 1918, October 7 1427 2006, January 31
1065 1654, November 11 1156 1743, February 25 1247 1831, June 12 1338 1919, September 26 1428 2007, January 20
1066 1655, October 31 1157 1744, February 15* 1248 1832, May 31* 1339 1920, September 15* 1429 2008, January 10*
1067 1656, October 20 1158 1745, February 3 1249 1833, May 21 1340 1921, September 4 1430 2008, December 29
1068 1657, October 9 1159 1746, January 24 1250 1834, May 10 1341 1922, August 24 1431 2009, December 18
1069 1658, September 29 1160 1747, January 13 1251 1835, April 29 1342 1923, August 14 1432 2010, December 8
1070 1659, September 18 1161 1748, January 2 1252 1836, April 18* 1343 1924, August 2* 1433 2011, November 27*
1071 1660, September 6 1162 1748, December 22* 1253 1837, April 7 1344 1925, July 22 1434 2012, November 15
1072 1661, August 27 1163 1749, December 11 1254 1838, March 27 1345 1926, July 12 1435 2013, November 5
1073 1662, August 16 1164 1750, November 30 1255 1839, March 17 1346 1927, July 1 1436 2014, October 25
1074 1663, August 5 1165 1751, November 20 1256 1840, March 5* 1347 1928, June 20* 1437 2015, October 15*
1075 1664, July 25 1166 1752, November 8* 1257 1841, February 23 1348 1929, June 9 1438 2016, October 3
1076 1665, July 14 1167 1753, October 29 1258 1842, February 12 1349 1930, May 29 1439 2017, September 22
1077 1666, July 4 1168 1754, October 18 1259 1843, February 1 1350 1931, May 19 1440 2018, September 12
1078 1667, June 23 1169 1755, October 7 1260 1844, January 22* 1351 1932, May 7* 1441 2019, September 1*
1079 1668, June 11 1170 1756, September 26* 1261 1845, January 10 1352 1933, April 26 1442 2020, August 20
1080 1669, June 1 1171 1757, September 15 1262 1845, December 30 1353 1934, April 16 1443 2021, August 10
1081 1670, May 21 1172 1758, September 4 1263 1846, December 20 1354 1935, April 5 1444 2022, July 30
1082 1671, May 10 1173 1759, August 25 1264 1847, December 9 1355 1936, March 24* 1445 2023, July 19*
1083 1672, April 29 1174 1760, August 13* 1265 1848, November 27* 1356 1937, March 14 1446 2024, July 8
1084 1673, April 18 1175 1761, August 2 1266 1849, November 17 1357 1938, March 3 1447 2025, June 27
1085 1674, April 7 1176 1762, July 23 1267 1850, November 6 1358 1939, February 21 1448 2026, June 17
1086 1675, March 28 1177 1763, July 12 1268 1851, October 27 1359 1940, February 10* 1449 2027, June 6*
1087 1676, March 16* 1178 1764, July 1* 1269 1852, October 15* 1360 1941, January 29 1450 2028, May25

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ORAN ALGERIA 19

Mehmed IV
AH1058-1099/1648-1687AD

 
1.'  #(,*+56$3,(4    *3$/4"$3,(5,(4(8,45
Date Mintage VG8 F12 VF20 XF40 MS60



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The Democratic and Popular Republic of Algeria, a North



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Tunisia and Morocco. Capital: Algiers (Alger). Date Mintage VG8 F12 VF20 XF40 MS60
3313
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present Moslem city was founded about 950. Nominally part
of the sultanate of Tilimsan, Algiers had a large measure of 


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independence under the amirs of its own. In 1492 the Jews and  
Moors who had been expelled from Spain settled in Algiers and  *1.'
enjoyed an increasing influence until the imposition of Turkish Date Mintage VG8 F12 VF20 XF40 MS60
control in 1518. For the following three centuries, Algiers was the 
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headquarters of the notorious Barbary pirates as Turkish control
became more and more nominal.   
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AH964-1026/1556-1617AD
ORAN
NOTE: The dots above and below the letters are integral
parts of the letters, but for stylistic reasons, are occasionally Coins were struck in Spain at the Madrid and Toledo Mint
omitted. to use while the Spanish were occupying the area. In 1708 the
city fortress fell to the Ottomans.
MONETARY SYSTEM
(Until 1847)
14-1/2 Asper (Akche, Dirham Saghir) = 1 Kharub SPANISH OCCUPATION
2 Kharuba = 1 Muzuna
24 Muzuna = 3 Batlaka (Pataka) = 1 Budju Carlos II
NOTE: Coin denominations are not expressed on the coins,   
and are best determined by size and weight. The silver  *1.'  "$3,(5,(4(8,45 LOCAL COINAGE
Budju weighed about 13.5 g until AH1236/1821AD, when it Date Mintage VG8 F12 VF20 XF40 MS60 (Hammered)
was reduced to about 10.0 g. The fractional pieces varied in 

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20 ALGERIA ORAN

Presently the Republic of Austria, a parliamentary


   
democracy located in mountainous central Europe, has an area
011'3" 308/'&#3.40(#45+-'#/&'0/" 
of 32,374 sq. mi. (83,850 sq. km.) and a population of 8.08 million.
+/%'/5'30(-')'/&
Capital: Wien (Vienna). Austria is primarily an industrial country.
Date Mintage G4 VG8 F12 VF20 XF40 Machinery, iron, steel, textiles, yarns and timber are exported.
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 The territories later to be known as Austria were overrun in
pre-Roman times by various tribes, including the Celts. Upon the
fall of the Roman Empire, the country became a margravate of
Charlemagne’s Empire. Premysl II of Otaker, King of Bohemia,
gained possession in 1252, only to lose the territory to Rudolf
of Habsburg in 1276. Thereafter, until World War I, the story of
Austria was conducted by the ruling Habsburgs.
 During the 17th century, Austrian coinage reflected
011'3     +.+-#3 50  '+4   *'     "" the geo-political strife of three wars. From 1618-1648, the
'+4 (03.'3-: -+45'& *'3' #4   %#/ $' (06/& 6/&'3 3#;+- Thirty Years’ War between northern Protestants and southern
  #/&   *'4' %0+/4 8'3' 4536%, (03 3#;+- $65 Catholics produced low quality, ”kipperwhipper” strikes of 12, 24,
#-40%+3%6-#5'&+//)0-# 30, 60, 75 and 150 Kreuzer. Later, during the Austrian-Turkish
Date Mintage VG8 F12 VF20 XF40 MS60 War, 1660-1664, coinages used to maintain soldier’s salaries
also reported the steady division of Hungarian territories. Finally,
  <      <
between 1683 and 1699, during the second Austrian-Turkish
  <     <
conflict, new issues of 3, 6 and 15 Kreuzers were struck, being
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Angola is a country on the west coast of southern Africa. necessary to help defray mounting expenses of the war effort.
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The population is predominantly Bantu in origin.Angola was  < 
  
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discovered by Portuguese navigator Diogo Cao in 1482.  <


 

< Rudolf II, 1576-1612


Portuguese settlers arrived in 1491, and established Angola as
Matthias II, 1612-1619
a major slaving center which sent about 3 million slaves to the
Ferdinand II, 1619-1637
New World.
Ferdinand III, 1637-1657
RULER Leopold I, 1657-1705
Portuguese until 1975
MINT MARKS
MONETARY SYSTEM A, W, WI - Vienna (Wien)
(Until 1860) (a) - Vienna (Wien)
50 Reis = 1 Macuta AI,AL-IV,C-A,E,GA - Karlsburg (Alba Iulia, Transylvania)
B,K,KB - Kremnica (Kremnitz, Hungary)
BE,BE/V,BEZ,B.T. - Bistrice (Romania)
PORTUGUESE COLONY CB,CI,CI-BI(NI),CW,H,HS - Hermannstadt (Sibiu)
(Transylvania)
COLONIAL COINAGE CV (1693-94),FT,KV (1694-1700) - Klausenburg
(Cluy, Transylvania)
Presently the Republic of Armenia (formerly Armenian D - Salzburg
S.S.R.) is bounded in the north by Georgia, to the east by D,G,GR - Graz (Styria)
Azerbaijan and to the south and west by Turkey and Iran F, HA - Hall
(Persia). It has an area of 11,506 sq. mi. (29,800 sq. km). G,H,P-R - Gunzburg
In 1605 A.D. the Persians moved thousands of Armenians GM - Mantua (Mantova)
as far as India developing prosperous colonies. Persia and the (h) Shield - Vienna (Wien)
Ottoman Turks were again at war, with the Ottomans once again M - Milan (Milano, Lombardy)
prevailing. The Ottomans later gave absolute civil authority to a MB 1693-1697, 1702 - Breh (Brzeg)
Christian bishop allowing them free enjoyment of their religion NB - Nagybanya (Baia Mare, Hungary)
and traditions. O - Olmutz (Olomouc)
  O - Oravicza (Oravita, Hungary)
011'3  *'  !'+4(03.'3-:-+45'&*'3'#4 RULER S - Schmollnitz (Smolnik, Hungary)
%#/ $' (06/& 6/&'3 3#;+-   *+4 %0+/ 8#4 4536%, (03 Persian, until 1724 V - Venice (Venice, Venetia)
3#;+-$65#-40%+3%6-#5'&+//)0-# (v) Eagle - Hall
MINT NAMES
Date Mintage VG8 F12 VF20 XF40 MS60 W - Breslau (Wroclaw, Vratislav, Poland)
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MINT IDENTIFICATION
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To aid in determining an Austrian (Habsburg) coin’s mint it
Revan, (Erevan, now Yerevan) is necessary to first check the coat of arms. In some cases the
coat of arms will dominate the reverse. The Hungarian Madonna
and child is a prime example. On more traditional Austrian
OTTOMAN EMPIRE design types the provincial coat of arms will be the only one
on the imperial eagle’s breast. When a more complicated coat
STANDARD COINAGE of arms is used the provincial arms will usually be found in the
center or at the top center usually overlapping neighboring arms.
Legend endings frequently reflect the various provincial
coats of arms. Sometimes mint marks appear on coins such as
the letter W for Breslau. Mintmaster’s and mint officials’ initials or
symbols also appear and can be used to confirm the mint identity.
The following pages will present the mint name, illustrate
or describe the provincial coats of arms, legend endings, mint
 marks, and mint officials’ initials or symbols with which the mint
011'3     *'     " '+4 (03.'3-: -+45'& *'3' #4 identity can be determined.
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Date Mintage VG8 F12 VF20 XF40 MS60 )+-7'3" 06)*3#" 63+$''7#/ BRUNN MINT
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MINT OFFICIALS’ INITIALS
Initials Dates Names
GR 1621-23 Georg Ritter
HG 1624 Hans Gebhart
BZ 1624 B. Zwirner

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MINT OFFICIALS’ PRIVY MARKS KLAGENFURT MINT (d) Double trefoil 1624-25 Johann Joachim
Privy Mark Description Date Names (in Province of Carinthia) in circle Edling
Donat Starkh,
CW monogram 1623-27 Christoph
die-cutter
Wonsiedler
Fleur de lis in 1625 Johann Joachim
Crenalated 1621-23 Cons. De Witte
circle between Edling
square
II & E
Circle in triangle 1646-48 Johann
Rosette 1625-26 Martin Turba
or triangle in Jan Conrad
circle Richthausen
(d) Dot in center of
diamond SAINT VEIT MINT
Coat of arms usually found in legend or as the middle arms (in Carinthia)
Conjoined HP, 1619-20 Peter Hema
on the imperial eagle’s breast. Legend usually ends CAR or Coat of arms, see Klagenfurt, are usually found on top
metal hook
CARINTHIAE. This mint closed in 1622 and moved to Saint Veit. center of the massive coat of arms on the imperial eagle’s
1619-22 Hans Peca
breast. Legend usually ends CAR or CARINTHIAE. This mint
(o) Dot in triangle MINT OFFICIALS’ INITIALS
moved from Klagenfurt and opened in October, 1622. It closed
PS - P. Sigharter
(s) Snowflake in 1720.
KRAIN MINT MINT OFFICIALS’ INITIALS
FÜRTH MINT MAINZ MINT Initials Dates Names
(Germany)
(in Bavaria) CCS 1696 Carl Georg Christoph
Coat of arms, like Vienna, fills the lower left quarter of the MINT OFFICIALS’ PRIVY MARK Strauss v. Straussenegg
shield on the imperial eagle’s breast. Privy Mark Description Dates Names CS 1690, 1692-1700
MINT OFFICIALS’ INITIALS 1685 Ulrich Burkhart DS 1622 Donat Stockh, die-cutter
Initials Date Name Wildering GCVS 1689, 1693 Carl Georg Christoph
CS 1630 Conrad Stutz, in Nurnberg GSVS 1689, 91, 94 Strauss V. Straussenegg
NEUBURG am INN MINT G, GS, GCS1668-72 Georg Christoph Strauss v.
(in upper Austria)
GRAZ MINT Coat of arms, like Vienna, or quartered arms on imperial
Straussenegg
(in Province of Styria) HGP 1630, 38, 42 Hans Georg Perro
eagle’s breast.
HL, LS 1693 -
MINT OFFICIALS’ PRIVY MARK
IGR, IR 1679-89 John Georg Rabensteiner
Privy Description Date Name
mark IIP, IP 1699-1705 Johann Josef Preiss
Triangle 1664-65 Bartholomaus Triangel
IW 1700 -
P 1627 H. G. Perro
NIKOLSBURG MINT p-HS 1649 H. J. Stadler
(Mikulov)
Coat of arms, rampant panther similar to Bohemian lion, (in Moravia)
usually found on imperial eagle’s breast. Legend usually ends: INT OFFICIALS’ MONOGRAMS
For coat of arms, see Vienna. This mint opened in 1627
STY, STYR or STYRIAE. and closed in 1628. Monogram Description Dates Names
MINT MARKS MINT OFFICIALS’ PRIVY MARKS HG monogram 1627-28 Hans Georg,
D, G, GR - Graz (Styria) die-cutter
Privy Description Dates Names HM monogram 1623-25 Hans Matz
MINT OFFICIALS’ INITIALS mark
CW C above W 1625 Christoph Wansidler IS monogram 1645, 50, H. J. Stadler
Initials Dates Names
54, 57
CH, SH 1665-66 Sebastian Haydt MH monogram
HCK 1657-65 Hans Caspar Khendimayer OLMÜTZ MINT
(Olomouc) PS monogram 1624-28 Paul Sigharter
IA 1694-1705 Johann Jacob Aigmann
(in Moravia)
IAN 1670-1694 Johann Anton Nowak Coat of arms, see Vienna. This mint was captured and
IGH 1671-73 - occupied by Sweden from June, 1642 until July, 1650 when it
moved to Brunn. In 1664 it was closed.
VIENNA MINT
IGW, IW 1671 Johann Georg Weiss (Wien)
L 1660-82 - MINT MARKS
MAX K Maximillian Konig, engraver 1620, 1624, 1628

M-IS 1649 Hans Ulrich Mark


MINT OFFICIALS’ INITIALS
MM 1690 Michael Miller, engraver
Initials Dates Names
MINT OFFICIALS’ PRIVY MARKS BZ 1620-24 Balthasar Zwirner, mintmaster
Privy Mark Description Dates Names CC 1619-20 Cristoph Cantor
GR 1621-23 Georg Ritter, die cutter Coat of arms, usually found in the legend or as the middle
Stylized M 1648-49 Hans Ulrich Mark arms on a multiple arms shield or alone on the imperial eagle’s
HH 1636 Jan Krystof Huber, warden
breast. Legend usually ends TY, TYR or TYROL.

HALL MINT MINT OFFICIALS’ PRIVY MARKS MINT OFFICIALS’ INITIALS


(in Tyrol) Privy Mark Description Dates Names Initials Dates Names
ICH C above IH 1635-36 Tobias AP 1628, 30 Andreas Peter, die-cutter
Sonnenschein, BZ 1624 Balthasar Zwirner
mintmaster
CH 1610-11 Caspar Haidler, die-cutter
1636-38 Mrs. Dorota
Sonnenschein CM 1609-12 Christian Maler, die-cutter
MF Ligate MF, MF 1625-27, Martin Fritsch DS 1624-37 Donat Starkh, die-cutter
and anchor 29-35 HH 1659 ?
between
crescents HS 1655, 57-58 Hans Stadler
Coat of arms are on eagle’s breast. Legends usually end: Anchor 1628-40 - IMH, MH 1680-1736 Johann Michael Hofmann
TYR or TYROL.
Crenalated 1622-23 -
MINT OFFICIALS’ INITIALS diamond MINT OFFICIALS’ PRIVY MARKS
Initials Dates Names HP & hook 1621 Peter Hema Privy mark Description Dates Names

CO, co 1613-18 Christoph Orber (b) Bird


(i) Lamb in oval 1638-42 Adam Schafer,
IAK 1693-1701, Johann anton Konig, die-cutter mintmaster Bird standing in 1637-48 Hans Jacob
1704, 1706 (l) Leaf circle Stadler
(o) O in circle Rooster walking 1605-12, 22 Andreas Handl
right
Chevrons within 1648-59 Johann Conrad
SAINT POLTEN MINT circles Richthausen
Coat of arms, see Vienna. CA monogram 1660-65 Andrea Cetto
MINT OFFICIALS’ PRIVY MARKS
Crowned CV 1636-37 Virgilius Constanz
Privy mark Description Dates Names monogram in v. Vestenburg
Inverted 1624-25 Matthias Fellner v. circle
chevron in Feldegg Floweret 1659-60 Franz Faber
circle

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(ic) Inverted 1612-17, Matthias Feliner


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