Replica of golden ducat from Charles VI period standard

Replica of golden ducat from Charles VI period standard

Stock state
Sold out
Date of issue
July 2010
Mintage
500 pcs

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Replica of golden ducat from Charles VI period standard

Charles VI – emperor (1711–1740), Charles III as king of Hungary and Spain, Charles II as Czech king. From 1699, Charles, younger son of emperor Leopold I, was proclaimed successor of the last Spanish Habsburg Charles II (1665–1700). The struggle for Spanish heirloom ended in 1711 with a sudden death of his brother Joseph I (1705–1711). The superpowers’s fears of concentration of power of both Habsburg sides in one hands forced Charles to give up his claim to the Spanish heritage in exchange for large territories in Italy. As a result, the Habsburg middle European confederation of states spread over the largest area during the reign of Charles VI. With his death on 20 October 1740 the male-line succession of the Habsburg dynasty was interrupted. On the last Habsburg ducat from 1740 the text in circumscription contains the longest list of royal titles of one ruler: Charles VI by God’s Will Holy Roman Emperor, multiplicator of the empire, German, Spanish, Hungarian and Czech king / Archduke of Austria, Duke of Burgundy and Count of Tyrol 1740.



 

Specifications

Code
30462-610
Issuer
Czech mint
Author of the obverse
ak. soch. Jan Lukáš
Author of the reverse
ak. soch. Jan Lukáš
Numbered issue
No
Certificate
Yes
Material
Gold
Fineness
986 / 1000
Weight
3.49 g
Diameter
20 mm
Packaging
Burgundy leather case
Capsule
Yes
Czech Mint
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