1683, Brandenburg-Ansbach, John Frederick. Silver 3 Kreuzer (Groschen) Coin. XF!
He was the father of the Queen Caroline of England. R!
Mint Year: 1683
Denomination: 3 Kreuzer (Groschen)
Reference: Wilmersdörffer 915, KM-. R!
Obverse: Cross-topped imperial orb with value (3) inside, splitting initials (L-M).
Legend: * IOH FRID DG MARCH BRAND MAG
Reverse: Heraldiceagle with shield with arms of Brandenburg-Ansbach at chest.
Legend: PR . DVX . BVR . NOR . PRIN . HALB . M . C . 1683 .
Johann Friedrich, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach (October 18, 1654 – March 22, 1686), succeeded his father Albrecht V as margrave in 1667. He married his second wife Eleanor Erdmuthe Louise of Saxe-Eisenach on November 4, 1681. Their daughter Wilhelmine Charlotte Caroline, Margravine of Brandenburg-Ansbach (Caroline of Ansbach) married George II of Great Britain before he became king.
The Principality of Ansbach (German: Fürstentum Ansbach) or Brandenburg-Ansbach was a reichsfrei principality in the Holy Roman Empire centered on the Bavarian city of Ansbach. The ruling Hohenzollern princes of the land were known as margraves, as the principality was a margravate (but not a march).