1791 Germany. German Schwarzburg Rudolstadt Silver 1/2 Thaler Coin PCGS i86185

1791 Germany. German Schwarzburg Rudolstadt Silver 1/2 Thaler Coin PCGS i86185
1791 Germany. German Schwarzburg Rudolstadt Silver 1/2 Thaler Coin PCGS i86185
1791 Germany. German Schwarzburg Rudolstadt Silver 1/2 Thaler Coin PCGS i86185
1791 Germany. German Schwarzburg Rudolstadt Silver 1/2 Thaler Coin PCGS i86185
1791 Germany. German Schwarzburg Rudolstadt Silver 1/2 Thaler Coin PCGS i86185

1791 Germany. German Schwarzburg Rudolstadt Silver 1/2 Thaler Coin PCGS i86185

Item: i86185 Authentic Coin of. AU 58 163741.58/37837813 D G FRID CAROL PR SCHWARZB RUD DOM SCHW SENIOR, Draped bust of Friedrich Karl right. 1791 / XX EINE MARCK F, Crowned coat-of-arms shield with two supporters either side. Prince Frederick Charles of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt (7 June 1736 - 13 April 1793) was a German Natural History collector, and from 1790 until his death the reigning Prince of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt.

As a child, he began his natural history collection, which later went to the Natural History Museum of Rudolstadt. In 1757, he created the Princely Natural History Collection at the Ludwigsburg Castle in Rudolstadt. The collection was later enlarged, and in the 19th century, it occupied seven rooms in the castle. One of the first supervisors of the collection was Christoph Ludwig Kämmerer. In 1919, the collection was moved to Heidecksburg Castle. Frederick Charles of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt corresponded with Johann Heinrich Merck, among others, and let him have some rhinoceros bones and other pieces from his collection for research. He had personal and scientific relationships with his correspondents and kept their writings in the library of his Cabinet. Some of these writings were dedicated to him, for example the third volume of Martini's conchology text, published in 1777, was dedicated to His Princely Highness, the Crown Prince Frederick Charles of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, dedicated by his humble subject, the author. The second edition of Jacob Theodor Klein's Naturalis Dispositio; Echinodermatum was edited and revised by Nathaniel Gottfried Leske and was also dedicated to Frederick Charles. In 1792, Frederick Charles built a theatre on the green in Rudolstadt. It was inaugurated a few weeks after his death. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was its director from 1793 to 1803. It later evolved to form the Thuringia State Theatre in Rudolstadt. Rudolstadt is a town in the German federal state Thuringia, with the Thuringian Forest to the southwest, and to Jena and Weimar to the north. The former capital of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, the town is built along the River Saale inside a wide valley surrounded by woods. Rudolstadt was founded in 776 and has had municipal law since 1326. The town's landmark is the Castle Heidecksburg which is enthroned on a hill above the old town. The former municipality Remda-Teichel was merged into Rudolstadt in January 2019. Rudolstadt was once well known because of the Anchor Stone Blocks of the Toy Company Richter and porcelain factories, beginning with the establishment of the Volkstedt porcelain manufacture in 1762.

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1791 Germany. German Schwarzburg Rudolstadt Silver 1/2 Thaler Coin PCGS i86185