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- The rigsdaler species contained 4 ⁄ 37 of a Cologne mark of fine silver (i.e, 9¼ risgdsler species equaled one Cologne mark).
- The rixdollar note was supposed to correspond to "one Cologne mark of fine silver", that is, 233.85 grams, and to be freely redeemable for silver in 1819.
- In 1754, the Conventionsthaler was introduced, containing one tenth of a Cologne mark of silver.
- This was fine for Tirol, but much of Europe was accustomed to measuring by the more widely used Cologne mark.
- One standard introduced by Prussia was the Reichsthaler, which contained one fourteenth of a Cologne mark of silver.
- One standard was the Reichsthaler, which contained one ninth of a Cologne mark of silver.
- These Guldengroschen are reduced in weight to 29.2g so as to be minted at eight coins to the Cologne mark.
- Fine Silver
- Money > Currency > Thaler > Reichsthaler
- Countries > States > Brandenburg > Prussia
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