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v48_0911 - AUSTRIA - FRANZ-JOSEPH I 2 florins, 25e anniversaire de mariage 1879 Vienne

AUSTRIA - FRANZ-JOSEPH I 2 florins, 25e anniversaire de mariage 1879 Vienne AU
MONNAIES 48 (2011)
Starting price : 180.00 €
Estimate : 300.00 €
Realised price : 180.00 €
Number of bids : 1
Maximum bid : 286.00 €
Type : 2 florins, 25e anniversaire de mariage
Date: 1879
Mint name / Town : Vienne
Quantity minted : 275000
Metal : silver
Millesimal fineness : 900 ‰
Diameter : 36,08 mm
Orientation dies : 12 h.
Weight : 24,60 g.
Edge : en creux ZWEI GULDEN XLV KET FORINT
Rarity : R1
Coments on the condition:
Des hairlines et des marques de manipulation dans les champs. La monnaie a été légèrement trempée mais elle conserve une bonne partie de son brillant d’origine. Beaux portraits de l’empereur et de l’impératrice Sissi
Catalogue references :

Obverse


Obverse legend : * FRANC. IOS. I. D. G. AVSTR. IMP. ET. HVNG. REX. AP. *ELISABETHA. IMP. ET. REG..
Obverse description : Bustes accolés à droite de François-Joseph Ier, lauré et d’Élisabeth de Bavière, diadémée.
Obverse translation : (François-Joseph Ier par la grâce de Dieu empereur d’Autriche et roi de Hongrie - Élisabeth impératrice et reine).

Reverse


Reverse legend : * QVINTVM. MATRIMONII. LVSTRVM. CELEBRANT. XXIV. APRILIS. MDCCCLXXIX.
Reverse description : Allégorie assise à gauche tenant un gouvernail et une corne d’abondance.

Historical background


AUSTRIA - FRANCIS JOSEPH I.

(2/12/1848-21/11/1916)

Franz Joseph I (18/081830-21/11/1916) is the son of Archduke Francis Charles and Sophie of Bavaria. He succeeded his uncle Ferdinand I of Austria in 1848 in the middle of European revolution. His throne wobbles Hungary, Bohemia, Milan and Venice. With authority he restored order and will reign on "Mitteleuropa" for 68 years. He married in 1854 Elisabeth of Bavaria (1837-1898), more known as Sissi. Their only son Rudolf (1858-1890) committed suicide with his mistress at Mayerling in 1890. The Empress Sissi was assassinated in Geneva in 1898. His nephew Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in Sarajevo with his wife June 28, 1914, the First World War detonator. The old emperor died in 1916 before the butchering of his empire two years later.

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