rev. crowned double-eagle dividing K-B (KM.PnB45; MzA.p.169, quoting Szech I, S.238, nr.7, Trautm.900, Spttl 98, Hars.119), slight tooling above the countermark, small spot on reverse, good very fine, extremely rare " /> Leopold I "the Hogmouth" (1658-1705), Half-taler struck in gold to the weight of a Five-ducats, or pattern, 1670, Kremnitz, 17.30g., 32mm., tall, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right with lace collar, date below shoulder, with incuse 5 countermarked in front of collar, <I>rev. </I>crowned double-eagle dividing K-B (KM.PnB45; MzA.p.169, <I>quoting</I> Szech I, S.238, nr.7, Trautm.900, Spttl 98, Hars.119), <I>slight tooling above the countermark, small spot on reverse, good very fine, extremely rare</I> | Christie's