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Austria. Franz Joseph I (1848-1916). 2 taler, 1857 A Vienna (Ar - Slab). Herinek 821; Dav. 20; KM 2246.2. Very rare. Commemorating the opening of the Vienna to Trieste railroad. PCGS MS61
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EUROPEAN COINS FROM THE ÅKE LINDÉN COLLECTION, AUSTRIA Holy Roman Empire, Franz Joseph I, Silver Double Thaler, 1857A, Vienna, struck for the opening of the Vienna - Trieste Railway, laureate head right, wreath tip points between ai of kaiser, rev tower flanked by train and shield to the left, ...
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Austria. 2 Talers, 1857-A (Vienna). Dav-20; KM-2246.1. Franz Joseph, 1848-1916. For the completion of the South Austrian railways. Laureate head right. Reverse: Steam engine, paddle-wheel boat, and lighthouse, with flanking arabesques and shields at bottom. Beautiful original old iridescent to ...
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Franz Joseph I 2 Taler 1857A Railway, KM#2246.1, MS63 PCGS, struck to celebrate the opening of the Vienna to Trieste railway. A gorgeous example of this ever-popular commemorative crown with untoned prooflike surfaces and just a hint a faint hairlines in the fields.
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KM# 2246.1 2 THALER37.0371 g., 0.9000 Silver 1.0718 oz. ASW Subject: Opening ofViena-Trieste Railway Obverse: Wreath tips point between “KA”of “KAISER” Note: Varieties exist. Austria Austrian Empire 1857
Sold for: $280.0 Info: http://www.ebay.com/itm/151150851176
Oct 31, 2013 1842, Frankfurt (Free City). Huge Silver Double Thaler (3½ Gulden) Coin. 37gm!
Sold for: $400.0 Info: http://www.noble.com.au/auctions/lot/?id=258314
Estimate $150 S ... GERMANY, Prussia, Friedrich Wilhelm IV (1840-1861), silver double thaler or 3 1/2 gulden, 1841A (KM.440.1). Extremely fine or better.
Sold for: $440.0 Info: http://www.noble.com.au/auctions/lot/?id=240557
Estimate $150 S ... AUSTRIA, Leopold I - Leopold II, three kreuzer, 1697 MMW (KM.1230); five kreuzer, 1790A (KM.2061); six kreuzer, 1707 CB (KM.187), 1747 (KM.724); quarter thaler, 1740 ...