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1595, Archduke Ferdinand II. Large Silver Thaler Coin. Hall mint!


Denomination: Thaler
Mint Period: 1577-1595
State: Holy Roman Empire
Mint Place: Hall in Tyrol (Austria).
Reference: Davenport 8097, Voglhuber 87/IV, Tursky 270 var. R!
Condition: Cleaned in the past with minor deposits remaining in reverse, scratches, otherwise a nice XF-AU!
Weight: 28.38gm
Diameter: 40mm
Material: Silver

Obverse: Crowned half-lenght bust of Ferdinand II right, wearing decorated armor and shouldering scepter.
Comment: The armor of the archduke is decorated with rosettes!
Legend: FERDINAND : D : G : ARCHIDVX . AVSTRIAE .

Reverse: Large and crowned coat of arms within fire-irons chain of the Order of the Golden Fleece Order, which is splitting legend below.
Comment: The central shield bears the eagle of tyrol, the castles and lions are the arms of Castile & Leon (Spanish royalty)!
Legend: DVX . BVRGVNDIAE - COMES . TIROLIS

In the Holy Roman Empire, the Thaler was used as the standard against which the various states' currencies could be valued.

Ferdinand II, Archduke of Further Austria (Linz, June 14, 1529 - January 24, 1595) was ruler of Further Austria including Tirol.

Archduke Ferdinand of Austria was the second son of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor and Anna of Bohemia and Hungary. He was a younger brother of Emperor Maximilian II. At the behest of his father, he was put into charge of the administration of Bohemia in 1547. Also, he led the campaign against the Turks in Hungary in 1556.

In 1557, he was secretly married to Philippine Welser, daughter of a patrician from Augsburg, with whom he had several children. The marriage was only permitted by Emperor Ferdinand I in 1559 under the condition of secrecy. The children were to receive the name "of Austria" but would only be entitled to inherit if the House of Habsburg would become totally extinct in the male line (Also see: morganatic marriage). The sons born of this marriage received the title Margrave of Burgau, an old Habsburg possession in Further Austria. The younger of the sons, who survived his father, later received princely rank, becoming Fürst zu Burgau.

After his father's death in 1564, Ferdinand received the rulership over Tyrol and other Further Austrian possessions under his father's will. However, he remained as governor of Bohemia in Prague until 1567 following the wishes of his brother Maximilian II.

In his own lands, Ferdinand made sure that the Catholic counterreformation would prevail. Since he was an avid collector of art, the collection of the famous Castle Ambras was started in his time. He had begun to work on it even during his time in Bohemia and subsequently moved it to Tyrol. In particular, the gallery of portraits and the collection of armor were highly expensive, which is why the archduke had incurred a high level of debt. Today, those collections are in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna.

After the death of Philippine in 1580, he married Anne Catherine, a daughter of William I, Duke of Mantua, in 1582.

Archduke Ferdinand died on January 24, 1595. Since his sons from the first marriage were not entitled to the inheritance, and the second produced only surviving daughters, Tirol was reunified with the other Habsburg lines. His daughter from the Mantuan marriage became the Empress Anna, consort of Emperor Mathias, who received his Further Austrian inheritance.

Karl II of Austria, Margrave of Burgau, morganatic son of Ferdinand II, Archduke of Austria married Sibylle (1557-1627), daughter of William, Duke of Jülich-Berg-Ravensberg-Kleve-Mark (28 July 1516 - 5 January 1592), and Maria, Archduchess of Austria, daughter of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor.

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2016-08-30
Münz-Gruppe
 Bezeichnung: 1 Thaler
 Metall: Silber
 Staat: Heiliges Römisches Reich (962-1806)
 Person: Ferdinand II. (HRR)(1578 -1637)
 Katalog Verweise:
  Dav-8097
 
Beschreibung:   English
Münz-Variationen: 27 Stück
Preise: 26 Stück
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