I'm having one heck of a time identifying this coin I have. It appears related to or a variant of 1760 T Augsburg - Free City - 10 kreuzer (KM 171) (per the 3rd edition of the Standard Catalog of German Coins AND the 7th edition of the Standard Catalog of World Coins 1701-1800). However, rather than KM171's "10" this coin has "X K" The obverse (with the pine cone on a fancy pedestal) says "COLON AUGUSTA VINDELICO 1760". The "X K" can be seen below the pine cone. I think that is a "T" at about 7 o'clock and two horseshoes 'about' six o'clock. KM says the two horseshoes were used 1668-1697 - which my coin does not fit. The reverse (with the imperial eagle) says "GE IER REX LO B M H DUX FRANCISCUS D G R I S A" I measure the diameter at about 24 millimeters. It weighs about 3.67 grams. I bought it in about November 2000 in Germany; in order of likelihood - Wiesbaden, Mannheim, Mainz or Munich. Any clarification and identification would be most greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance for your time, advice and expertise.