Frankfurt

Frankfurt

Frankfurt

Frankfurt was one of the most important cities in the following Holy Roman Empire. From 855 the German kings and emperors were elected in Frankfurt and crowned in Aachen. From 1562 the kings and emperors were also crowned in Frankfurt, Maximilian II being the first. This tradition ended in 1792, when Franz II was elected. His coronation was deliberately held on Bastille Day, 14 July, the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille. The elections and coronations took place in St. Bartholomäus Cathedral, known as the Kaiserdom (Emperor's Cathedral), or in its predecessors.
In the Napoleonic Wars Frankfurt was occupied or bombarded several times by French troops. It nevertheless still remained a free city until the total collapse of the Holy Roman Empire in 1805/6. In 1806 it become part of the principality of Aschaffenburg under the Fürstprimas (Prince-Primate).


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Frankfurt, Free City, Double Thaler 1841.

 

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Frankfurt am Main, Free City, Vereins Double Thaler 1861.

 

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Frankfurt, Free City, Vereinsthaler 1861.

 

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Frankfurt am Main, Free City, Double Gulden 1856.

 

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Frankfurt, Free City, 1815-1866, Ducat 1856

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Frankfurt, Free City, Double Gulden 1848.

 

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Frankfurt, Free City, Double Gulden 1849.

 

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Frankfurt, Free City, Vereinsthaler 1858.

 

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Frankfurt, Free City, Thaler 1859.

 

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Frankfurt am Main, Free City, Vereinsthaler 1863.

 

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Frankfurt, 6 Kreuzer 1866

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