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1765 Austria Silver Thaler Maria Theresa MS-63 PCGS (Original)

1765 Austria Silver Thaler Maria Theresa MS-63 PCGS (Original)

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MS-63

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This is an ORIGINAL graded MS-63 by PCGS! One of the early Trade Coins that freely circulated throughout Europe and the Americas. Light original toning and even some light die adjustment marks on the obverse to ensure that the weight was correct.

Coin Highlights:
  • Each coin contains .7517 oz of Silver.
  • Struck at the Vienna Mint.
  • Graded as MS-63 by PCGS, one of the two major, independent grading services.
  • Lightly and originally toned with some minor adjustment marks attesting to its originality.
  • Obverse: Features the right facing profile of Maria Theresa, mature armored bust.
  • Reverse: Displays the Crowned Imperial double-headed eagle with the arms of Austria at the center.
  • KM 1799; Dav 1112; Herinek 469; Voglhuber 274/2.


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Maria Theresa succeeded her father, Charles VI, as ruler of the Kingdoms of Austria and Hungary in 1740. During her 40-year reign, she defended her empire successfully in the War of the Austrian Succession. The Silver Thaler was the currency of the empire and its dominions.

This coin was one of the most important trade coins in Europe, and one of the best known in the world. The Austrian Thaler and the Spanish 8 Reales were the basis for the Silver dollar which was adopted by the fledgling United States under the mint Act of 1792. In fact, the word "dollar" is derived from the German/Austrian word "Thaler".

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Coin ID 691835
Population

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination.

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Grade MS-63
Graded Higher

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0
Mint Mark Vienna

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