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2015 Grove Minting Nickel Thaler 48 Schilling
2015 Grove Minting Nickel Thaler - 48 Schilling. Trial Strike of 50 examples.
This product is cataloged for historical reference, and is currently not for sale as an individual item.
Pictured is the 2015 Grove Minting Nickel Thaler Trial Strike, of which only 50 examples were struck. A set of all 4 types was released, containing the Golden Thaler, Silver Thaler, Copper Thaler, and Nickel Thaler.
This proof design is struck as a 48 Schilling from the 1700's but with modern manufacturing techniques, showcasing a heraldic eagle on the obverse with family regions of Bäretswil and Baden designated in Latin. The reverse portrays the Grove Minting coat of arms and crest supported by lion pillars.
This commemorative integrates design interpretations from Baden, Lubeck, Hamburg, and Nurnberg. Weighing 27.5 grams at 39mm wide.
- 39mm wide
- 26.8 Grams
- Copper Nickel
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