1717, German States, Padeborn (Bishopric). Silver 1/12 Thaler (3 Groschen) Coin. aXF!
Mint Year: 1717 Reference: KM-176.6. Denomination: 1/12 Thaler (3 Groschen) Condition: Minor deposits, otherwise about XF! Material: Silver (.437) Diameter: 24mm Weight: 3.24gm
Obverse: Crowned foliated coat-of-arms with sowrd and crozier in background. Legend: FRAN . ARN . D - G . EP . MO . ET . P Exergue: Mint mark (G)
Reverse: Large value fractional numeral (*12*) above denomination (EINEN REICH THAL:), date (1717) and mint initials (W.R). Legend: * BURGG . STROMB . S . R . I . P . COM . PYRM . ET . D . IN . B
The Prince-Bishopric of Paderborn (German: Fürstbistum Paderborn; Hochstift Paderborn) was an ecclesiastical principality (Hochstift) of the Holy Roman Empire from 1281 to 1802.
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