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  1. Vereinstaler. Der einfache und doppelte Vereinstaler (Schreibweise bis 1901 Vereinsthaler) waren die gemeinsamen Silbermünzen der Mitgliedstaaten des Deutschen Zollvereins und zugleich die letzten deutschen Talermünzen. Geschaffen durch den Wiener Münzvertrag von 1857, waren sie die Haupt kurantmünzen zur Zeit des Silberstandards bis 1871.

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    See Saxon Vereinsthaler. Some other north German states, such as Hanover, used the name Groschen rather than Silbergroschen for a coin of 12 Pfennig (see Hanoverian Vereinsthaler), while the Mecklenburg states and Hesse-Kassel (or Hesse-Cassel) used entirely distinct subdivisions; see Mecklenburg Vereinsthaler and Hesse-Kassel Vereinsthaler.

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  4. These states issued Vereinsmünze (union coinage) worth 1 and 2 Vereinsthaler, or 1 3 ⁄ 4 and 3 1 ⁄ 2 gulden. See Bavarian Gulden , Baden Gulden , Württemberg Gulden . In the Austrian Empire (and later the Austro-Hungarian Empire ), a different Gulden (also known as the Florin or, in Hungarian , Forint ) was the unit of account, with 1 + 1 ⁄ 2 Gulden = 1 Vereinsthaler.

  5. English Wikipedia has an article on: Vereinsthaler. Wikipedia . Vereinsthaler (plural Vereinsthalers) The monetary unit of the Kingdom of Hannover from 1857 to 1866.

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  7. Austrian Vereinstaler of 1866The Vereinsthaler (German: [fɛɐ̯ˈʔaɪnsˌtaːlɐ], union thaler) was a standard silver coin used in most German states and the Austrian Empire in the years before German unification.This section needs additional citations for verification.