Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Mark Metzger, May 27, 2020.
Any help would be appreciated.
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I don't think it's a Hungarian issue. What coat of arms has 3 leopards/lions/whatever and a box with a cross? It's similar to the Bohemia 6 kreuzer, with the same double headed eagle, but that only has one big cat.
I'll look around.
Edit: How about a 6 Kreuzer, Austrian regional, St. Veit?
Like this one. Same coat of arms. Duchy of Carinthia.
I think that's what the "CARIN" on the reverse refers to.
It's a Habsburg duchy of Slovenes now split between Slovenia and Austria.
I has to be the Saint Veit one!
Good idea about the St. Veit however, there is no circle around the eagle on the reverse on my coin and there is also no G S like there is in the photo linked in your post.
But I think this is the right one @The Eidolon
Thanks for the lead!
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