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1810 Denmark 2 Skilling coin pendant Danish crown blue lions Norway Sweden Swedish 3 crowns Tre Kroner Copenhagen Aarhus Odense Aalborg Oslo Vejle Funen Slotsholmen Frederiksberg Scandinavia n003448

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Denmark 2 Skilling {1809-1810}

Frederik VI

Currency: Danish Rigsdaler specie (1625-1813)

FEATURING
front: A crowned oval shield with arms of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden dividing the value at sides, with the date below, while the legend surrounds the shield

Lettering:
DANIÆ NORVEGIÆ VAN . GOTH . REX.
2 S.
1810

Translation:
KING OF DENMARK, NORWAY, OR THE WENDS, AND OF THE GOTHS
2 SKILLING
1810

back: A bare head of King Frederik VI with the truncation in a curved line surrounded by a legend

Lettering: FRIDERICUS VI DEI GRATIA
Translation: Frederick VI by the Grace of God

Frederick VI (28 January 1768 – 3 December 1839) was King of Denmark from 13 March 1808 to 3 December 1839 and King of Norway from 13 March 1808 to 7 February 1814, making him the last king of Denmark–Norway. From 1784 until his accession, he served as regent during his father's mental illness and was referred to as the "Crown Prince Regent" (kronprinsregent). For his motto he chose God and the just cause (Danish: Gud og den retfærdige sag) and since the time of his reign, succeeding Danish monarchs have also chosen mottos in the Danish language rather than the formerly customary Latin. As Frederick VI had no surviving sons to succeed him (only two daughters), he was succeeded on the throne of Denmark by his half-first cousin Christian, who was his father's half-brother's son.

Denmark–Norway (Danish and Norwegian: Danmark–Norge), also known as the Dano-Norwegian Realm (Det dansk-norske rige) or the Twin Realms (Tvillingerigerne), was an early modern multi-national and multi-lingual real union consisting of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Kingdom of Norway (including then the Norwegian overseas possessions: the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Greenland, and other possessions), the Duchy of Schleswig, and the Duchy of Holstein. The state also claimed sovereignty over three historical peoples: Frisians, Gutes and Wends. Denmark–Norway had several colonies, namely the Danish Gold Coast, the Nicobar Islands, Serampore, Tharangambadi, and the Danish West Indies.

• quantity 1
• demonetized (no longer in circulation) polished Copper coin
• diameter: 21 mm
• weight: 4.75 g

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