Kingdom Of Macedon Alexander III Gold Stater NGC Choice XF 4/4 ancient Coin
Kingdom Of Macedon Alexander III Gold Stater NGC Choice XF 4/4 ancient Coin
Kingdom Of Macedon Alexander III Gold Stater NGC Choice XF 4/4 ancient Coin

Kingdom Of Macedon Alexander III Gold Stater NGC Choice XF 4/4 ancient Coin
Kingdom Of Macedon Alexander III Gold Stater NGC Choice XF 4/4 Contemporary Imitation Coin. The item “Kingdom Of Macedon Alexander III Gold Stater NGC Choice XF 4/4 ancient Coin” is in sale since Saturday, November 2, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Greek (450 BC-100 AD)”. The seller is “corneralleycollectables” and is located in Henderson, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Cayman islands, Luxembourg, Macao, Peru, Viet nam, Uruguay.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Composition: Gold

Kingdom Of Macedon Alexander III Gold Stater NGC Choice XF 4/4 ancient Coin
1738, Kingdom of Hungary, Charles VI. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz mint! NGC AU-58
1738, Kingdom of Hungary, Charles VI. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz mint! NGC AU-58
1738, Kingdom of Hungary, Charles VI. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz mint! NGC AU-58
1738, Kingdom of Hungary, Charles VI. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz mint! NGC AU-58

1738, Kingdom of Hungary, Charles VI. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz mint! NGC AU-58
1738, Kingdom of Hungary, Charles VI. Mint Year: 1738 Denomination: Gold Ducat Mint Place: Kremnitz K. Reference: Friedberg 171, KM-306.2. Certified and graded by NGC as AU-58! Diameter: 23mm Weight: 3.46gm Material: Gold! Obverse: Standing crowned figure of Emperor Charles VI holding cross-topped orb and scepter right. D : G – R : I : S : A : G : E. Reverse: Madonna with child stepped on crescent and surrounded by ray of light. Crowned shield of Hungary below. (Kremnitz) mint was established in 1328 when Kremnica was promoted to a free royal town by the Hungarian King Charles Robert of Anjou. One of first coins made in this mint was called ducats. Kremnica ducats were well-known because of its good quality and considered the hardest currency in Central Europe. Available historical records report that 21.5 million ducats were minted in Kremnica mint throughout its history. The aggregate value of this amount, measured at today’s prices of gold, would be one billion US dollars (exclusive of the historical value). (October 1, 1685 October 20, 1740) was Holy Roman Emperor, King of Bohemia as Karel II. And Hungary as Károly III. From 1711 to 1732. From 1703 to 1711 he was an active claimant to the throne of Spain as Charles III. Charles was born in Vienna, the second son of the Emperor Leopold I and of his third wife, Princess Eleonore-Magdalena of Palatine-Neuburg. He was given the baptismal names. Karl Franz Joseph Wenceslau Balthasar Johann Anton Ignatius. His tutor was Prince Anton Florian of Liechtenstein. Charles was the contracted heir of the Spanish Habsburgs. When Charles II of Spain made Philip V his heir, Louis XIV violated the contract. The dispute for the crown of Spain led to the War of the Spanish Succession. He succeeded immediately as King of Hungary and King of Bohemia. Later that year he was elected Holy Roman Emperor in Frankfurt. Although Charles seems to have been clumsy in political affairs, the Austrian monarchy reached its widest expansion during his reign. His superior army was defeated by Bosnians in year 1737 in Battle of Banja Luka. He married Elisabeth, eldest daughter of Louis Rudolph, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg. At the time of his death, his only surviving children were Maria Theresa and Maria Anna, so he had no living male heirs – a situation he had guarded against in the Pragmatic Sanction of 1713, which stated that his realm could not be divided and allowed that daughters also could inherit the throne from their fathers. When he died, the War of the Austrian Succession took place, but in the end the Pragmatic Sanction held up and his daughter succeeded him as Queen of Hungary and Bohemia and Archduchess of Austria. However, being a female, she was not elected Holy Roman Empress. Instead, Charles VII was elected. However, after Charles VII’s reign, Maria Theresa’s husband Francis III Stephen, Duke of Lorraine, was elected, ensuring that the Empire would continue in the Habsburg line. Probably as a consequence of his years in Spain, he introduced the Spanish court ceremonial. In Vienna and built the Spanish Riding School. (“chancellory of the state”) and the National Library were constructed during his reign and the Michaeler tract added to the. Much was designed in baroque style in Vienna during Charles’ reign. He also had musical ambitions. Taught as a boy by Johann Joseph Fux, he composed, played the harpsichord, and now and then conducted the court’s band. There is some evidence that Charles’ death was caused by consuming a meal of death cap mushrooms. The item “1738, Kingdom of Hungary, Charles VI. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz mint! NGC AU-58″ is in sale since Monday, March 4, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Gold”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Wien. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Certification Number: 4788710-001
  • Grade: AU58
  • Composition: Gold!
  • Year: 1738

1738, Kingdom of Hungary, Charles VI. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz mint! NGC AU-58
1756, Kingdom of Hungary, Maria Theresa. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz! NGC MS-64
1756, Kingdom of Hungary, Maria Theresa. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz! NGC MS-64
1756, Kingdom of Hungary, Maria Theresa. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz! NGC MS-64
1756, Kingdom of Hungary, Maria Theresa. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz! NGC MS-64

1756, Kingdom of Hungary, Maria Theresa. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz! NGC MS-64
1756, Kingdom of Hungary, Maria Theresa. Mint Year: 1756 Denomination: Ducat Mint Place: Kremnitz (K-B) Reference: Friedberg 180, KM-329.2. Certified and graded by NGC as XF-45! 990 Diameter: 21mm Weight: 3.5gm. Obverse: Standing crowned figure of Maria Theresia right, holding Imperial orb and scepscepternt initials (K-B) in fields. Reverse: Nimbate crowned Madonna, seated in couds, holding nimbate Jesus child, stepping on crescent. Crowned Arms of the Kingdom of Hungary below. See also names in other languages; May 13, 1717 November 29, 1780 was the Archduchess regnant of Austria, Queen regnant of Hungary, Croatia and Bohemia, and a Holy Roman Empress by marriage. Maria Theresa helped initiate financial and educational reforms, promoted commerce and the development of agriculture, and reorganized the army, all of which strengthened Austria’s resources. Continued conflict with the Kingdom of Prussia led to the Seven Years’ War and later to the War of the Bavarian Succession. She became dowager empress after the death of her husband Francis I, Holy Roman Emperor and accession of her son Joseph as emperor in 1765. Maria Theresa criticised many of Joseph’s actions but agreed to the First Partition of Poland (1772). A key figure in the power politics of 18th century Europe, Maria Theresa brought unity to the Habsburg Monarchy and was considered one of its most capable rulers. Her 16 children also included Marie Antoinette, queen consort of France, and Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor. The item “1756, Kingdom of Hungary, Maria Theresa. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz! NGC MS-64″ is in sale since Wednesday, August 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Gold”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Certification Number: 3938653-001
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS 64
  • Year: 1756

1756, Kingdom of Hungary, Maria Theresa. Gold Ducat Coin. Kremnitz! NGC MS-64
1771/2, Kingdom of Naples, Ferdinand IV. Gold 6 Ducati Coin. Overdate! NGC MS62
1771/2, Kingdom of Naples, Ferdinand IV. Gold 6 Ducati Coin. Overdate! NGC MS62
1771/2, Kingdom of Naples, Ferdinand IV. Gold 6 Ducati Coin. Overdate! NGC MS62
1771/2, Kingdom of Naples, Ferdinand IV. Gold 6 Ducati Coin. Overdate! NGC MS62

1771/2, Kingdom of Naples, Ferdinand IV. Gold 6 Ducati Coin. Overdate! NGC MS62
1772/1, Kingdom of Naples, Ferdinand IV. Gold 6 Ducati Coin. Denomination: Gold 6 Ducati Engraver: Bernardo Perger B. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-62! Reference: Montenegro 146 1400 in FDC! The last digit of the date re-engraved from 1, which indicates the usage of the 1771 dies for the 1772 issue! 906 Diameter: 28mm Weight: 8.7gm. Obverse: Draped and armored bust of Ferdinand IV of Naples right, wearing Toison d’or order on front breastplate, which is decorated with a face. Reverse: Crowned coat-of-arms within wreath. Mint master´s initials (CR-C) split in upper fields, value (D-6) in lower. The last digit re-engraved over 1! Ferdinando Antonio Pasquale Giovanni Nepomuceno Serafino Gennaro Benedetto. January 12, 1751 January 4, 1825 was King variously of Naples, Sicily, and the Two Sicilies from 1759 until his death. He was the third son of King Charles VII of Naples, later Charles III of Spain, King of Sicily by his wife Maria Amalia of Saxony. On August 10, 1759, Charles succeeded his brother as King Charles III of Spain. Treaty provisions made Charles unable to hold the titles of all three Kingdoms. On October 6, 1759 he therefore abdicated in favour of his son Ferdinand (Charles’s eldest son, Philip, was mentally retarded and the second son, Charles, was destined to inherit the Spanish throne). Ferdinand was styled both Ferdinand III of Sicily (October 6, 1759 – December 8, 1816) and Ferdinand IV of Naples (October 6, 1759 – January 23, 1799; June 13, 1799 – March 30, 1806; May 3, 1815 – December 8, 1816). On January 23, 1799, the Kingdom of Naples was declared to be abolished and replaced by the Parthenopaean Republic which only lasted until June 13, 1799. Ferdinand was restored to the throne for a while. On December 26, 1805, Napoleon I of France declared Ferdinand deposed again and replaced him with his own brother Joseph Bonaparte on March 30, 1806. Ferdinand was restored for a third time by right of the Austrian victory at the Battle of Tolentino (May 3, 1815) over rival monarch King Joachim I. On December 8, 1816 he merged the thrones of Sicily and Naples to the throne of the Two Sicilies. He continued to rule until his death on January 4, 1825. However, his reign up until 1812 was mainly dominated by his wife. The item “1771/2, Kingdom of Naples, Ferdinand IV. Gold 6 Ducati Coin. Overdate! NGC MS62″ is in sale since Monday, October 1, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Italy, San Marino, Vatican\Italian States (up to 1861)”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification Number: 3935960-006
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS62

1771/2, Kingdom of Naples, Ferdinand IV. Gold 6 Ducati Coin. Overdate! NGC MS62
1832, Kingdom of Sardinia, Charles Albert. Large Gold 100 Lire Coin. NGC AU-58
1832, Kingdom of Sardinia, Charles Albert. Large Gold 100 Lire Coin. NGC AU-58
1832, Kingdom of Sardinia, Charles Albert. Large Gold 100 Lire Coin. NGC AU-58
1832, Kingdom of Sardinia, Charles Albert. Large Gold 100 Lire Coin. NGC AU-58

1832, Kingdom of Sardinia, Charles Albert. Large Gold 100 Lire Coin. NGC AU-58
1832, Kingdom of Sardinia, Charles Albert. Large Gold 100 Lire Coin. Mint Year: 1832 Denomination: 100 Lire Mint Place: Genoa (P, anchor) Reference: Friedberg 1139, Montenegro 2, KM-133.2. Certified and graded by NGC as AU-58 only 1 coin graded higher grade and two equal! 900 Weight: 32.25gm Diameter: 34mm. Obverse: Bust of Charles Albert as King of Sardinia right. Designer´s signature (FERRARIS) on bust truncation. Reverse : Crowned shield of the House of Savoy within order chain and wreath. / (P) (mint mark: anchor) L. Italian: Sardegna, [sardea]; Sardinian: Sardigna or Sardinnia is the second-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily). A part of Italy with regional autonomy granted by the Italian Constitution, Sardinia comprises 24,090 square kilometres (9,301 sq mi). The nearest land masses are (clockwise from north) the French island of Corsica, the Italian Peninsula, Tunisia, and the Spanish Balearic Islands. Carlo Alberto Amedeo di Savoia. (2 October 1798 28 July 1849) was the King of Piedmont-Sardinia from 1831 to 1849. He succeeded his distant cousin Charles Felix, and his name is bound with the first Italian statute and the First War of Independence (184849). He abdicated after his forces were defeated by the Austrian army at the Battle of Novara (1849), and died in exile soon thereafter. He was born in Turin in 1798, to Charles Emmanuel of Savoy, 6th Prince of Carignano and Albertina Maria Cristina of Saxony. His father was a fifth-generation descendant of Thomas Francis, Prince of Carignano, founder of the Savoy-Carignano line of the House of Savoy. Because none of the sons of Victor Amadeus III themselves had sons, Charles Albert was throughout his life known to be their likely successor on the throne of Sardinia. He was educated in the intellectually liberal and Francophile atmosphere of Geneva, then in Paris during the First French Empire. Napoleon I of France named him lieutenant of the dragoons in 1814. However, he continued to display some sympathies with liberals. In 1821, as regent for the kingdom in the absence of the new king, Charles Felix (then in Modena), he conceded a constitution that was disavowed by the king, who sent him to join the French army in Spain to suppress the liberal revolution there and restore Ferdinand VII. He distinguished himself at the Battle of Trocadero in 1823, which annihilated hopes of a constitutional monarchy for Spain and also gained him the favour of Austria. Charles Albert succeeded Charles Felix to the throne of Sardinia in 1831. Although an Italian patriot allegedly opposed to the Austrian hegemony in Northern Italy, he put down the Mazzini conspiracy. Inspired to those of France and Belgium, and supported the arts and sciences. During the Revolutions of 1848 he agreed to a constitutional regime that remained in place for the century that the Kingdom of Italy lasted. The same year he declared war on Austria, with the small army supported by volunteers from the whole of Italy. However, after his initial victories lost him the support of the Pope and the other Italian monarchs, he was defeated at Battle of Custoza (July 24, 1848), being forced to sign an armistice at Vigevano on August 9. When, pushed by the increasing influence of the Republicans in Piedmont, he attempted to resume the war the next year, the Piedmontese were again crushed by Radetzky’s troops at Novara. Rather than redrawing the Statute, he abdicated in favour of his son, Victor Emmanuel fleeing in exile to Portugal. He died at Porto the same year. His remains were transferred to the Basilica of Superga. The item “1832, Kingdom of Sardinia, Charles Albert. Large Gold 100 Lire Coin. NGC AU-58″ is in sale since Sunday, September 30, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Italy, San Marino, Vatican\Italian States (up to 1861)”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Certification Number: 3935960-010
  • Grade: AU58

1832, Kingdom of Sardinia, Charles Albert. Large Gold 100 Lire Coin. NGC AU-58
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