Four Austrian and Bohemian Copper-Alloy Medals
Four Austrian and Bohemian Copper-Alloy Medals. Included is a 1705 Holy Roman Empire coronation medal, with Joseph l on the obverse and a crown on a pedestal on the reverse. The medal weighs 14 grams with a diameter of 32 mm. Next is an 1813 brass jeton with Francis l and Alexander l on the obverse and the city of Leipzig on the reverse. The jeton weighs 14 grams with a diameter of 14.1 mm. Also included is an 1882 Bohemian Sokol movement medal. The obverse features the bust of Jindrich Fugner and the reverse has a bust of Miroslav Tyrs. The weight is 12 grams and the diameter is 30.1 mm. Last is a 1918 Charles l medal with him on the obverse and an inscription on the reverse. The weight is 15.5 grams with a diameter of 32 mm. The condition ranges from circulated and worn to uncirculated.
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Condition- condition ranges from circulated and worn to uncirculated.
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