AV Dukat from Wurzburg

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by panzerman, Mar 4, 2018.

  1. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Got this Sonntag Auction/ Germany 5 yrs ago....

    AV Dukat 1785 Wurzburg Mint
    Franz Ludwig Von Erthal Prinz/ Bishop of Wurzburg 52079296a4e6ba1691ef54cdade8e91f.jpg
     
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  3. Mat

    Mat Ancient Coincoholic

    Very nice, especially the reverse.
     
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  4. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Thanks Mat, the German Cities that were ruled by the Roman Catholic Church issued beautifull coinage. These Erzbistums were headed by Cardinals/ Bishops/ Archbishops/ who were all from noble bloodlines.
     
  5. lovecoinswalkingliberty

    lovecoinswalkingliberty Well-Known Member

    LOVE IT!
    BUEATY!!!!!
     
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  6. sakata

    sakata Devil's Advocate

    A little nicer than the 1/2 pfennig Wurzburg I posted a few days back. :D
     
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  7. wcg

    wcg Well-Known Member

    Stunning piece. Your threads never disappoint.

    Since you mention the erzbistum coinage, I will throw out some bookends to compliment your piece. The following are sede vacante medals from 1754, 1779 and 1795. These pieces depict a popular Wurzburg theme: the 3 saints martyred in 689 while performing missionary work in the area: Kilian, Kolonat, and Totnan. Each medal is more or less a taler-size strike at roughly 44mm in size.

    1754-wurzburg-full.jpg
    1779-medal-both.jpg 1795-wurburg.jpg
     
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  8. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Those are beautifull!
     
  9. mgmgmg75

    mgmgmg75 Active Member

    I'm not into World coins/medals, but these are beautiful, especially the middle one. The detail in the engraving is astounding!
     
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  10. wcg

    wcg Well-Known Member

    New addition to compliment the previously posted Wurzburg medals. This one was struck in 1779 and it is 35 mm in size (Helmschrott 850; Zepernick 262).

    1779-wurzburg-kunker-oct2018-combined-small.jpg
     
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