1639 Christina of Sweden Riksdaler
Livonia-Latvia. Christina of Sweden Riksdaler 1639-HW, Riga
mint, KM23, Ahlstrom-44b, Dav-4589, XF45 NGC. Variety with plain
collar. Deeply toned with excellent design features, a rare issue
for this Baltic State. The obverse features the Queen dressed in a
heavy gown reaching for the scepter and crown with her right hand.
The reverse displays the arms of Riga with the characteristic
crossed keys above. Rare in this quality and a classic Riksdaler in
the Swedish possessions series.
A Swedish Rarity
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