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  1. The South German gulden then departed from the Austro-Hungarian gulden after it valued the Carolin d'or of 7.51 g fine gold at 11 Gulden in Southern Germany versus 9 Gulden in Austria. Each South German gulden was therefore worth 7.51/11 = 0.6827 g fine gold or 0.6827x14.5 = 9.9 g fine silver.

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    Gulden (help · info) is the historical German and Dutch term for gold coin (from Middle High German guldin [pfenni(n)c] "golden penny" and Middle Dutch guldijn florijn "golden florin"), equivalent to the English term guilder.

  3. Florín del sur de Alemania - South German gulden De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Para obtener detalles sobre los problemas de los estados individuales, consulte Baden gulden , Bavarian Gulden y Württemberg Gulden .

  4. The South German states therefore could not comply with the Austrian currency convention of 1754 which set the Austro-Hungarian Gulden at 1 ⁄ 2 a Conventionsthaler, or 11.6928 g fine silver. They instead adopted a lower-valued South German Gulden worth 1 ⁄ 24 th a Cologne Mark of fine silver, or 5 ⁄ 12 th a Conventionsthaler , or 9.744 g silver per gulden.

  5. Related Search for: South German Gulden Wikipedia The South German Gulden was the currency of the states of southern Germany between 1754 and 1873. These states included Bavaria, Baden, Württemberg, Frankfurt and Hohenzollern.

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