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Germany, Saxony Thaler 1617

Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg I alone (1616-56), silver Thaler, 1617, Dresden, on the centenary of the Protestant Reformation, Johann Georg, half-length, in Electoral cap and gown and holding sword, right, mint master's monogram at end of legend, rev. Friedrich the Wise, half-length, in Electoral cap and gown and holding sword, right, point of sword does not break inner circle and points just to the left of L in LVTHERANVM, 29.17g (Dav. 7595; Schnee 826). Extremely fine, attractive patina, scarce.

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