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Lot of four Dutch and German large silver coins of the early to mid-1500s, unique provenance.

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Coins: Shipwreck Silver Start Price:480.00 USD Estimated At:600.00 - 900.00 USD
Lot of four Dutch and German large silver coins of the early to mid-1500s, unique provenance.
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800.00USD+ (140.00) buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2017 Nov 06 @ 11:09UTC-5 : EST/CDT
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Lot of four Dutch and German large silver coins of the early to mid-1500s, unique provenance. 101.91 grams total. Generally nicely toned and only lightly corroded, very unusual types for shipwreck, as follows: Brandenburg-Franconia (German States), Schwabach mint, 1 thaler, Georg von Ansbach and Albrecht von Bayreuth, 1538 (Dav-8967, 26.16 grams.); Batenburg, Netherlands, "lion" daalder (30 stuivers), Willem van Bronkhorst (1563-64) (Dav-8966, 24.32 grams.); Free City of Lubeck (German States), 1 thaler, Ambrosius Meyer, 1559 (Dav-9408, 25.71 grams.); Saxony (German States), Dresden mint, 1 thaler, August, 1567HB (Dav-9795, 25.72 grams.). Recovered from: Unidentified mid-1500s wreck off of Scandinavia