1578-1637 Medieval Austria, Silver 3 Kreuzer Ferdinand NGC XF Story Vault


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Why purchase this 1624 Austria Ferdinand II 3 Kreuzer Silver coin?

The Medieval Austrian 3 Kruezer was a common silver coin circulated within the regions of the Holy Roman Empire. This approximately 20 mm diameter coin was struck in 1624 for Emperor Ferdinand II, ruler of the Empire from 1619-1637.

Dramatic Imperial Portrait

The image of Ferdinand II adorns the obverse, wearing a stiff ruffled collar; Mint mark for Vienna in a circle below. Inscribed “FERDI II D G R I S A G H B REX,” the Latin abbreviation for “Ferdinand II, by the Grace of God, Emperor of the Romans, always August, King of Germany, Hungary, and Bohemia.”

The reverse features the double-headed Imperial Eagle of the Holy Roman Empire with the arms of Austria and Burgundy, surrounded by the inscription “ARCHID AV D BVR CO TY” (Archduke of Austria, Duke of Burgundy, Count of Tyrol) and “3,” with “624” representing the year of release.

Extremely Fine Silver Coin

This Silver 3 Kreuzer coin struck at the Vienna Mint, 1624, during the reign of Ferdinand II, is graded XF, Extremely Fine (Sheldon Scale 40) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). The coin will exhibit full details, with most of the highest features of the design slightly flattened, along with the presence of a few minor hairlines. The coin is presented in a unique Story Vault case, which features the encapsulated, certified coin beside an information card detailing Ferdinand’s reign as Holy Roman Emperor.

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.02491697 oz