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Emden, Germany (Holy Roman Empire), 28 stuber (2/3 thaler), Ferdinand II (1619-37).

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Emden, Germany (Holy Roman Empire), 28 stuber (2/3 thaler), Ferdinand II (1619-37).
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Emden, Germany (Holy Roman Empire), 28 stuber (2/3 thaler), Ferdinand II (1619-37). KM-10.1. 18.2 grams. Much flatness but minimal corrosion, dark tone, some bold legend, including mintmark EMB, scarce provenance. With Sedwick certificate. Recovered from: Lastdrager, sunk in 1653 off the Shetland Islands, north of Scotland