Mint year: 1761
Die-Cutter: Johann Leonhard Oexlein (OE)
2nd Mint Officials: Scholz & Forster (S. F.)
Denomination: Thaler (a so called “Peace Thaler”)
Mint Place: Nuremberg (as free City of the Holy Roman Empire).
Reference: Davenport 2487, Kellner 339, Erlanger 713, KM-335. R!
Obverse: Seated Tyche, leaning on shield with arms of Nurnberg, pointing to illuminated triangle above and to laurel branch at right.
Legend: DA PACEM DOMINE IN DIEBVS NOSSTRIS . 1761 (Engraver’s monogram: OE)
Exergue: X . EINE FEINE MARK (S.F.)
Reverse: Crown above double-headed imperial eagle, holding sword and staff. Large crowned shield within order chain.
Legend: FRANCISCVS . D . G . ROM . IMP . SEMP . AVG .