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Leopold V Blister
Leopold V Blister
Leopold V
bullion coin AV

Silver bullion coin
Leopold V

Product No. 23982

€  24.22

*incl. 20% VAT
Maximum order quantity: 3
Availability Sold out
Product only available from Mon-Fri between 9am - 4pm

The first of our three silver Anniversary coins is sold out and no longer available from the Austrian Mint. Having said that, so that we can offer all three Anniversary coins in a set along with the specially designed Collector Album, we have set aside a small quantity of the coins. This set will be made available from 16 October 2019 to coincide with the issue of Robin Hood, the third and last Anniversary coin. The Album also has space for the five copper coins in the 10 euro Knights’ Tales series.

The first of three coins celebrating the 825th Anniversary of the Vienna Mint is dedicated to a key figure in the monetary history of Austria. A man whose legacy still continues today, Duke Leopold V would no doubt approve of the coin struck in his honour, as it not only contains one ounce of fine silver but is also a coveted collector piece.

In 1191, two crusaders, Duke Leopold V of Austria and King Richard ‘The Lionheart’ of England, quarrelled during the capture of the city of Acre. In December 1192, on his way home from the Holy Land, Richard was taken prisoner by Leopold on the outskirts of Vienna. Held in the Castle of Dürnstein, legend has it that Richard was located by his minstrel Blondel, who travelled from castle to castle singing a song that only he and his master knew. The huge ransom in silver, which Leopold managed to extort from the English in return for Richard’s release, was used to found the original Mint in Vienna in 1194. Leopold also used the silver to settle the land and build strongholds such as Wiener Neustadt. Leopold’s achievements helped Ostarrichi, as Austria was then known, to become a major European power. The coin shows the knight, crusader, adventurer and statesman dressed for battle. 

Date of Issue 23 January 2019
Quality Uncirculated
Series 825 anniversary Viennese Mint
Face Value 1.5 Euro
Diameter 37.00 mm
Alloy Silver Ag 999
Fine Weight 1.00 oz
Packaging Comes in a blisterpack

The first of our three silver Anniversary coins is sold out and no longer available from the Austrian Mint. Having said that, so that we can offer all three Anniversary coins in a set along with the specially designed Collector Album, we have set aside a small quantity of the coins. This set will be made available from 16 October 2019 to coincide with the issue of Robin Hood, the third and last Anniversary coin. The Album also has space for the five copper coins in the 10 euro Knights’ Tales series.

The first of three coins celebrating the 825th Anniversary of the Vienna Mint is dedicated to a key figure in the monetary history of Austria. A man whose legacy still continues today, Duke Leopold V would no doubt approve of the coin struck in his honour, as it not only contains one ounce of fine silver but is also a coveted collector piece.

In 1191, two crusaders, Duke Leopold V of Austria and King Richard ‘The Lionheart’ of England, quarrelled during the capture of the city of Acre. In December 1192, on his way home from the Holy Land, Richard was taken prisoner by Leopold on the outskirts of Vienna. Held in the Castle of Dürnstein, legend has it that Richard was located by his minstrel Blondel, who travelled from castle to castle singing a song that only he and his master knew. The huge ransom in silver, which Leopold managed to extort from the English in return for Richard’s release, was used to found the original Mint in Vienna in 1194. Leopold also used the silver to settle the land and build strongholds such as Wiener Neustadt. Leopold’s achievements helped Ostarrichi, as Austria was then known, to become a major European power. The coin shows the knight, crusader, adventurer and statesman dressed for battle. 

Date of Issue 23 January 2019
Quality Uncirculated
Series 825 anniversary Viennese Mint
Face Value 1.5 Euro
Diameter 37.00 mm
Alloy Silver Ag 999
Fine Weight 1.00 oz
Packaging Comes in a blisterpack

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