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[[Image:Bern 1798 thaler UBS 83-2599q00.jpg|500px|thumb|UBS sale 83, lot 2599]]
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[[Image:Bern 1798 thaler UBS 83-2599q00.jpg|550px|thumb|UBS sale 83, lot 2599]]
  
This specimen was lot 2599 in UBS sale 83 (Zurich, September 2009) where it did not sell. The catalog description noted, <blockquote>"''Taler 1798. Schlanker Krieger. Prachtvolle Erhaltung. FDC,''" (Bern 1798 thaler, thin warrior, uncirculated).</blockquote>  The climbing bear is the badge of Bern, Switzerland. Two types of thaler were struck in 1798; the thin warrior shown here and a stout warrior (KM 164), which is slightly more common. In Bern, 4 kreuzer = 1 batzen and 40 batzen = 1 thaler.
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This specimen was lot 2599 in UBS sale 83 (Zurich, September 2009) where it did not sell. The catalog description noted, <blockquote>"''Taler 1798. Schlanker Krieger. Prachtvolle Erhaltung. FDC,''" (Bern 1798 thaler, thin warrior, uncirculated).</blockquote>  The climbing bear is the badge of Bern, Switzerland. Two types of thaler were struck in 1798; the thin warrior shown here and a stout warrior (KM 164), which is slightly more common. In Bern, 4 kreuzer = 1 batzen and 40 batzen = 1 thaler.
  
 
''Recorded mintage:'' unknown.
 
''Recorded mintage:'' unknown.
  
''Specification:'' silver, this specimen 29,29 g.
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''Specification:'' silver, this specimen 29,29 g.  
  
''Catalog reference:'' D.T. 509. HMZ 2-218f, KM 165, [[Silver crowns by Davenport number|Davenport 1760B]].
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''Catalog reference:'' D.T. 509, HMZ 2-218f, KM 165, [[Silver crowns by Davenport number|Davenport 1760B]].
  
 
''[[Bibliography|Source:]]''
 
''[[Bibliography|Source:]]''
* Krause, Chester L, and Clifford Mishler, ''Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1701-1800, 3rd ed.,'' Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 2002.
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* Richter, Juerg, and Ruedi Kunzmann, ''Neuer HMZ-Katalog, Band 2: Die Münzen der Schweiz und Liechtensteins 15//16. Jahrhundert bis Gegenwart,'' Regenstauf, Germany: H. Gietl Verlag GmbH, 2006.
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* Michael, Thomas, ''Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1701-1800, 7th ed.,'' Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 2016.
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* Davenport, John S., ''European Crowns, 1700-1800, 2nd Ed.,'' London: Spink & Son, 1964.
  
 
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''Link to:''
* [[Bern 1697 ducat|1697 ducat]]
 
 
* [[St. Gall 1780 thaler Dav-1779]]
 
* [[St. Gall 1780 thaler Dav-1779]]
 
* [[Bern 1794 ducat|1794 ducat]]
 
* [[Bern 1794 ducat|1794 ducat]]
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* [[Bern 1798 4 kreuzer|1798 4 kreuzer]]
 
* [[Bern 1798 4 kreuzer|1798 4 kreuzer]]
 
* [[Helvetian Republic 1798-S 40 batzen Dav-1771|Helvetian Republic 1798-S 40 batzen]]
 
* [[Helvetian Republic 1798-S 40 batzen Dav-1771|Helvetian Republic 1798-S 40 batzen]]
* [[Bern (1816) 40 batzen|40 batzen counterstamped on French écu]]
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* [[Bern 1798 4 ducats Fr-177|1798 4 ducats]]
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* [[Bern 1798 8 ducats Fr-175|1798 8 ducats]]
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* [[Bern (1816) 40 batzen KM-180|40 batzen counterstamped on French écu]]
 
* [[Bern 1835 4 franken Dav-370|1835 4 franken]]
 
* [[Bern 1835 4 franken Dav-370|1835 4 franken]]
 
* [[Coins and currency dated 1798]]
 
* [[Coins and currency dated 1798]]

Latest revision as of 11:05, 10 April 2019

UBS sale 83, lot 2599
This specimen was lot 2599 in UBS sale 83 (Zurich, September 2009) where it did not sell. The catalog description noted,
"Taler 1798. Schlanker Krieger. Prachtvolle Erhaltung. FDC," (Bern 1798 thaler, thin warrior, uncirculated).
The climbing bear is the badge of Bern, Switzerland. Two types of thaler were struck in 1798; the thin warrior shown here and a stout warrior (KM 164), which is slightly more common. In Bern, 4 kreuzer = 1 batzen and 40 batzen = 1 thaler.

Recorded mintage: unknown.

Specification: silver, this specimen 29,29 g.

Catalog reference: D.T. 509, HMZ 2-218f, KM 165, Davenport 1760B.

Source:

  • Richter, Juerg, and Ruedi Kunzmann, Neuer HMZ-Katalog, Band 2: Die Münzen der Schweiz und Liechtensteins 15//16. Jahrhundert bis Gegenwart, Regenstauf, Germany: H. Gietl Verlag GmbH, 2006.
  • Michael, Thomas, Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1701-1800, 7th ed., Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 2016.
  • Davenport, John S., European Crowns, 1700-1800, 2nd Ed., London: Spink & Son, 1964.

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