German States Prussia 1/6 Thaler 1822 to 1840
A coin from the small collection of mark k
Date on coin: 1826
Mint mark: none
Grade: not sure
Description: Friedr. wilh. 111 koenig v. preussen on front. vienen thaler LRXXXI eineem 1826 on back. on thin edge of coin are the letters UNS, GOTT, MIT with what looks like small stars and vines in between those groups of letters.
Composition: could be silver
Wear: little or no wear
Eye appeal: tainted
Damage: scratches, nicks or gouges
Holder: rawin between
Toning: getting dark between letters/pictures
[coin 2914, Tuesday, 02-Feb-2010] [Show Singly]
Well, Mark, that's a cool coin. It is a 1/6th thaler from the old German State of Prussia. In worn condition the catalogs report a value of $8. In average circulated condition, like our example in the picture, the value moves up to $20. A fully uncirculated coin, if you can find one, catalogs over $200.
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