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This specimen was lot 1694 in Jean Elsen sale 117 (Brussels, June 2013), where it sold for €430 (about US$678 including buyer's fees). The catalog description<sup>[1]</sup> noted, <blockquote>"''ALLEMAGNE, SAXE, Friedrich August Ier (1694-1733), AR Taler, 1711 ILH, Dresde. Emission du Vicariat de l'Empire. Droit: L'électeur cabrant son cheval à droite au-dessus de son écu. Revers: Les insignes de l'Empire et du royaume de Pologne posés sur deux autels. En dessous, inscription en cinq lignes sur un troisième autel. Très Beau.'' (Germany, Saxony, Frederick August I (1694-1733), silver thaler of 1711, Dresden mint, vicariate issue. Obverse: the elector on a rearing horse, arms below; reverse: insignia of the Empire and the kingdom of Poland displayed on two altars; five line inscription on a third altar. Very fine.)"</blockquote> On the death of emperor Joseph I, the elector became vicar of the empire until such time as a new emperor could be elected. This thaler was issued to commemorate the occasion.
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This specimen was lot 1694 in Jean Elsen sale 117 (Brussels, June 2013), where it sold for €430 (about US$678 including buyer's fees). The catalog description<sup>[1]</sup> noted, <blockquote>"''ALLEMAGNE, SAXE, Friedrich August Ier (1694-1733), AR Taler, 1711 ILH, Dresde. Emission du Vicariat de l'Empire. Droit: L'électeur cabrant son cheval à droite au-dessus de son écu. Revers: Les insignes de l'Empire et du royaume de Pologne posés sur deux autels. En dessous, inscription en cinq lignes sur un troisième autel. Très Beau.'' (Germany, Saxony, Frederick August I (1694-1733), silver thaler of 1711, Dresden mint, vicariate issue. Obverse: the elector on a rearing horse, arms below; reverse: insignia of the Empire and the kingdom of Poland displayed on two altars; five line inscription on a third altar. Very fine.)"</blockquote> On the death of emperor Joseph I, the elector became vicar of the empire until such time as a new emperor could be elected. This thaler was issued to commemorate the occasion. It was accompanied by a half thaler ([[Saxony 1711-ILH 1/2 thaler KM-802|KM 802]]) and other issues.
  
 
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* [[Saxony 1708 thaler Dav-2651|1708 shooting thaler]]
 
* [[Saxony 1708 thaler Dav-2651|1708 shooting thaler]]
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* [[Saxony 1711-ILH 1/2 thaler KM-802|1711 half thaler, Vicariat]]
 
* [[Saxony 1713-ILH thaler Dav-2653|1713 thaler]]
 
* [[Saxony 1713-ILH thaler Dav-2653|1713 thaler]]
 
* [[Coins and currency dated 1711]]
 
* [[Coins and currency dated 1711]]

Revision as of 11:43, 5 April 2017

Jean Elsen sale 117, lot 1694
Saxony 1711 thaler rev JElsen 117-1694.jpg
This specimen was lot 1694 in Jean Elsen sale 117 (Brussels, June 2013), where it sold for €430 (about US$678 including buyer's fees). The catalog description[1] noted,
"ALLEMAGNE, SAXE, Friedrich August Ier (1694-1733), AR Taler, 1711 ILH, Dresde. Emission du Vicariat de l'Empire. Droit: L'électeur cabrant son cheval à droite au-dessus de son écu. Revers: Les insignes de l'Empire et du royaume de Pologne posés sur deux autels. En dessous, inscription en cinq lignes sur un troisième autel. Très Beau. (Germany, Saxony, Frederick August I (1694-1733), silver thaler of 1711, Dresden mint, vicariate issue. Obverse: the elector on a rearing horse, arms below; reverse: insignia of the Empire and the kingdom of Poland displayed on two altars; five line inscription on a third altar. Very fine.)"
On the death of emperor Joseph I, the elector became vicar of the empire until such time as a new emperor could be elected. This thaler was issued to commemorate the occasion. It was accompanied by a half thaler (KM 802) and other issues.

Recorded mintage: unknown.

Specification: silver, this specimen 28.96 g.

Catalog reference: KM 803, Dav-2655, Schnee, 1011.

Source:

  • Cuhaj, George S., and Thomas Michael, Standard Catalog of World Coins, 1701-1800, 5th ed., Iola, WI: Krause Publications, 2010.
  • [1]Elsen, Philippe, Vente Publique 117: Collection Jean-Jacques Symoens, Brussels: Jean Elsen et ses fils, S.A., 2013.

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