Germany, Schwäbisch Hall. Half Thaler Nuremberg 1777 KR

Beschreibung
Germany, Schwäbisch Hall. Half Thaler Nuremberg 1777 KR
Silber - Nicht zertifiziert

Germany, Schwäbisch Hall, Half Thaler Nuremberg 1777 KR - VERY RARE XF/AU.

Nuremberg Mint. 14.66 g - 34 mm.

The presented Half Thaler has a very low mintage of only 437 pieces.

The autonomous mintage of coins in the city ended in 1798.
However, the year 1802 marked the end of Schwäbisch Hall's independence. In the Treaty of Paris of May 20, 1802, France guaranteed the continued existence of the Duchy of Württemberg and compensation for the losses suffered by France on the left bank of the Rhine. The imperial city of Hall, along with other territories, was also chosen to compensate for the territorial cession of Württemberg agreed between France and Prince Frederick II. In a letter dated September 4, 1802, the town council asked the emperor to ensure that the existing legal system and privileges would remain in place even if incorporated into the state of Württemberg. However, all their efforts were unsuccessful, and on September 9, 1802, Schwäbisch Hall was temporarily occupied by Württemberg. On that day about 100 soldiers from Württemberg marched into the market square. On November 25, 1802, the army marched around the market square once again, with great pomp, and in the town hall, the town council and officers were released from their existing rights and obligations, and the new ruler was sworn in. The town became the seat of the Oberamt with the same name, and the related towns and villages became independent communities of various Oberamt. Hall entered a long phase of stagnation and regression. The town hall, the town council, and the officials were relieved of their existing rights and obligations, and the new ruler was sworn in. The town became the seat of the Oberamt with the same name, and the related towns and villages became independent communities of various Oberamt. Hall entered a long phase of stagnation and regression. The town hall, the town council, and the officials were relieved of their existing rights and obligations, and the new ruler was sworn in. The town became the seat of the Oberamt with the same name, and the related towns and villages became independent communities of various Oberamt. Hall entered a long phase of stagnation and regression.

Los-Details
Land/ Provinz
Germany, Schwäbisch Hall
Jahr / Periode und Variation
Half Thaler Nuremberg 1777 KR
Edelmetall
Silber
Erhaltung
Nicht zertifiziert
Zertifizierungsnummer
PL-D1800DE
Noch nicht angemeldet?
Erstellen Sie Ihr kostenloses Catawiki-Benutzerkonto und bieten Sie jede Woche auf 65.000 besondere Objekte.
oder Einloggen