Saxe-Gotha, Off-Metal Strike Double Ducat - Splendid specimen

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Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg, Frederick I., 1680-1690, Off-Metal Strike of a Double Ducat 1690

 

Obv.Bust r. with laurel wreath

Rev.Tiered busts of his sons Frederick II and John William

 

Historical

This very rare silver off-metal strike from the stamps of a double ducat is proof of the concept for the monetary policy by Frederick I: He promoted the mint in Gotha, had it legally recognized and recruited qualified personnel.

Thus, the Gotha mint reached an unlikely coin volume (over 100 different types) in the years around 1690 and became the most productive mint in Thuringia.

 

 

Additional product information

Origin Roman German Empire
Grading EF+
Additional specifications Splendid specimen, very rare
Material Silver
Full weight

7.06g

Literature Steguweit 40

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