Difference between revisions of "German States, Brandenburg"

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m (2/3 thaler (gulden))
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* [[Brandenburg-Ansbach 1736 1/4 thaler]] on the opening of the new school in Ansbach
 
* [[Brandenburg-Ansbach 1736 1/4 thaler]] on the opening of the new school in Ansbach
 
* [[Brandenburg-Ansbach 1765-KK 1/4 thaler]]
 
* [[Brandenburg-Ansbach 1765-KK 1/4 thaler]]
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=== 1/3 thaler (30 kreuzer) ===
 
* [[Brandenburg 1671-GF 1/3 thaler]] Krossen mint
 
* [[Brandenburg 1671-GF 1/3 thaler]] Krossen mint
 
* [[Brandenburg 1672-TT 1/3 thaler]] Konigsberg mint
 
* [[Brandenburg 1672-TT 1/3 thaler]] Konigsberg mint
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* [[Brandenburg 1691-LCS 1/3 thaler]] Berlin mint
 
* [[Brandenburg 1691-LCS 1/3 thaler]] Berlin mint
 
* [[Brandenburg 1699-LCS 1/3 thaler]] Berlin mint
 
* [[Brandenburg 1699-LCS 1/3 thaler]] Berlin mint
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* [[Prussia 1705-CS 1/3 thaler]] Berlin mint
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=== half thaler ===
 
=== half thaler ===
 
* [[Brandenburg 1580 1/2 thaler]]
 
* [[Brandenburg 1580 1/2 thaler]]

Revision as of 10:54, 19 March 2019

Brandenburg-Ansbach in 1789, from Putzger's atlas of 1905

this page includes Brandenburg-Ansbach and Brandenburg-Bayreuth as well as Brandenburg proper before it became Prussia in 1701.

groszy

kreuzer

pfennig

1/24 thaler

1/12 thaler

1/6 thaler (15 kreuzer)

1/3 thaler (30 kreuzer)

half thaler

2/3 thaler (gulden)

thaler

ducats and other gold issues