Medieval Austria (Vienna) 2 Kreuzer 1/2 Batzen 1564 to 1576
There are 4 kreuzer (sometimes kreutzer) in one batzen, so this 2 kreuzer coin was worth 1/2 batzen. It comes from Vienna in the Holy Roman Empire under Maximilian II, who reigned from 1564 to 1576. The inscriptions say in part ARCHID AVST DVX BVRG MAX II.
Small denomination coins like this generally sell to collectors at modest prices, even though they are hundreds of years old. Typical catalog values for these coins:
worn: $10 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $20
well preserved: $40
Actual buy and sell values are usually lower than catalog values. See our Important Terminology page for an explanation of catalog values.
, Genre: Central Europe North South
Requested by: Rautio, Mon, 05-Sep-2016 22:24:08 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Wed, 07-Sep-2016 01:41:45 GMT
Requester description: On the front is a large ball with a cross over it and a big Z on it. On the other side is a two-headed eagle with a crown behind a shield Monarchid AVST LVX BVRG MAX 1570 Z MAX II GEROIMS AVUH
Tags: medieval austria vienna 2 kreuzer 1 batzen oesterreichische austriae aus austraiia avstri austriam austriacum avst avstria avstriae austrie austr austrian oesterreich austro aust avstr batz bazen lvx bvrg burgau max ii burgco burg ball sphere cross two headed head eagle crown shield spheres balls globes earth hemisphere orb globe oneheaded heads eaglets egals egal eagles eagel crowned tiara crowns tiarra crowning tiera arms sheild coats shiled crests chevrons shild escucheon insignia arm coat crested crest chevron creast shields escutcheon archid archidux dux roman rome empire archidvx romana romanorum romen romanorvm roma impire double doubling doubled doubles