Visit store

new 1780 No Mint Mark Silver Coins Thaler Austrian Mint Gem Uncirculated

Shop the word
  • visa
  • mastercard
  • discover
  • Maestrocard
  • paypal
  • americanexpress
  • paytm
  • upi
flagProduct From USA  
new | 1780 No Mint Mark Silver Coins Thaler Austrian Mint Gem Uncirculated
Free Delivery
Free Delivery
days Replacement
7 days Replacement
Manufacturers Warranty
Manufacturers Warranty
Top Brand
Top Brand
Blue Dart Delivered
Blue Dart Delivered
Secure Transaction
Secure Transaction
Product Details
1780 Austria Maria Theresa Thaler
Product Ranking
#10045 in Individual Collectible Coins
#13072 in Collectible Coins
Product Description
1780 Austria Maria Theresa 1 Thaler Coin. This coin has been struck from .833 fine silver. The 1780 silver Thaler was a major form of currency in Europe’s trade with the Levant; the eastern countries bordering the Mediterranean between Turkey and Egypt. This Maria Theresa Thaler became the most popular silver coin in the Arabian world and was the only circulating silver coin that was accepted for trade. Maria Theresa was the queen of Hungary and Bohemia. She received her Empress title in 1745 after her husband Francis Stephen was elected Holy Roman Emperor. With her new title, Empress Maria Theresa courageously defended her lands and rights with Britain as her main foreign support during the War of the Austrian Succession. This coin comes with an extensive history and is known to be one of the most beautiful and widely circulated silver coins to date. This is a coin restrike that could have been minted from 1780 through 1858. The obverse portrays a portrait of a mature Maria Theresa wearing a widow’s veil and a brooch with nine pearls. The perimeter of the obverse has the inscription “M. THERESIA D.G.R. IMP. HU. BO. REG.” which translates to “Maria Theresa, by the grace of God Roman Empress, of Hungary and Bohemia Queen.” Below the bust you can find the inscription “S.F.”, this translates to the two names of the Günzburg mint officials in 1780, who was responsible for the mintage of the original coin. The “S” is for Tobias Schöbl and the “F” is for Joseph Faby. The reverse features the imperial double-headed eagle with the arms of Austria at the center, surrounded by four quarters representing Hungary, Bohemia, Burgundy, and Burgau (Günzburg). The inscription around the perimeter reads “ARCHID. AVST. DUX. BURG. CO. TYR. 1780” and translates to “Archduchess of Austria, Duchess of Burgundy, Countess of Tyrol, 1780.”
Product Specifications
Unit Grouping‎Single Coin
Total Eaches‎1
Denomination Unit‎Thaler
Exterior Finish‎Silver
Metal Type‎Silver
Package Dimensions‎5.94 x 5.91 x 0.24 inches
Item Weight‎0.988 ounces
Date First Available‎July 16, 2019
Best Sellers Rank#13,128 in Collectible Coins (See Top 100 in Collectible Coins) #10,102 in Individual Collectible Coins
Package Dimensions5.94 x 5.91 x 0.24 inches; 0.99 ounces
Date First AvailableJuly 16, 2019
Best Sellers RankSee Top 100 in Collectible Coins
Grade RatingMint State
Graded ByAustrian Mint
Mint MarkNo Mint Mark