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Live auction - fwo_612264 - GERMANY - DUCHY OF BRUNSWICK LUNEBOURG - CHARLES WILLIAM FERDINAND 5 Thaler 1806 Brunswick

GERMANY - DUCHY OF BRUNSWICK LUNEBOURG - CHARLES WILLIAM FERDINAND 5 Thaler 1806 Brunswick VF
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Estimate : 1 300 €
Price : 750 €
Maximum bid : 1 150 €
End of the sale : 08 September 2020 18:24:47
bidders : 1 bidder
Type : 5 Thaler
Date: 1806
Mint name / Town : Brunswick
Metal : gold
Diameter : 23 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Weight : 6,52 g.
Edge : cordonnée
Rarity : R1
Coments on the condition:
La monnaie présente une usure régulière et porte des traces de monture
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : (QUINTEFEUILLE) CAROLVS GVILIELMVS FERDINANDVS.
Obverse description : Armes du duché.
Obverse translation : (Charles Guillaume Ferdinand).

Reverse


Reverse legend : (QUINTEFEUILLE) D. G. DVX BRVNSVICENS. ET LVNEBVRG..
Reverse description : V / THALER / 1806 / M.C..
Reverse translation : (par la grâce de Dieu, prince de Brunswick et Luneburg).

Historical background


GERMANY - Duchy of Brunswick Wolfenbüttel - CHARLES WILLIAM FERDINAND

(1780-1806)

Charles William Ferdinand (10/09/1735 - 10/11/1806) succeeded Charles I (1735-1780) in 1780. He is the nephew of Frederick II of Prussia. He distinguished himself during the Seven Years' War in the service of Prussia. It was he who signed the manifesto of July 25, 1792, threatening the Legislative Assembly and the people of Paris. This manifesto led to the storming of the Tuileries August 10, 1792 and the arrest of the royal family before their trial and execution of the King and Queen in 1793. It was Charles William Ferdinand of Brunswick, commanding general of the Austro-Prussian forces that battled the French Dumouriez and Kellermann at Valmy September 20, 1792. In 1806, he took command of the Prussian army at Jena and was beaten and injured Auerstaedt (14 October 1806) fatally. His dominions were dismembered to form part of the Kingdom of Westphalia. His son William was killed at Waterloo in 1815.

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