1/6 Taler was produced only in 1761, there are two inscriptions ("COUR"and "COUT".
In 1758 during the Seven years war, Russia withdrew the capital of Prussia, Konigsberg and its surrounding area. In a year there was established the minting with Russian symbols and inscriptions in the local language. In 1762, the territory was again ceded to Prussia, and coin production was stopped.
Shown here are specimens from the Museum of the Goznak St. Petersburg mint
Under the eagle the inscription "COUR"
Degree of rarity: 2.
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Under the eagle the inscription "COUT"
Degree of rarity: 3.
Added by: Admin