Philipp Reinhard came to the throne of Hanau-Münzenberg at the age of 16 on 3 June [O.S. 24 May] 1680. His uncle Friedrich Casimir had financially ruined the county with his escapades and he was overthrown by his family. They put Philipp Reinhard on the throne, but as he was still a minor, his guardians acted as regents until 1687.
Count Philipp I of Hanau-Münzenberg, nicknamed Philipp the Younger, (20 September 1449, at Windecken Castle – 26 August 1500) was a son of Count Reinhard III of Hanau and Countess Palatine Margaret of Mosbach. He was the Count of Hanau from 1452 to 1458. The county was then divided between him and his uncle Philipp the Elder.
- 26 August 1500 (aged 50)
- 20 September 1449, Windecken, now part of Nidderau
- House of Hanau
When Count Philipp Reinhard died in 1712 Count Johann Reinhard III inherited the county of Hanau-Münzenberg and for the last time, both counties were united into one county of Hanau. With Count Johann Reinhard III the last male member of the Hanau family died in 1736.
Numista › Rulers Philip Reinhard, Count of Hanau-Münzenberg Count of Hanau-Münzenberg Also known as Philipp Reinhard Born on 2 August 1664 in Rheinau Died on 4 October 1712 in Schloss Philippsruhe » See the 8 coins » See on Wikipedia County of Hanau-Münzenberg: Count Philip Reinhard (1680-1712) » See the 8 coins 10 Ducats - Philip Reinhard
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Philipp II (17 August 1501 in Hanau – 28 March 1529 in Hanau) was Count of Hanau-Münzenberg from 1512 until his death. He was the son of Count Reinhard IV and his wife, Katharina of Schwarzburg-Blankenburg.