The Conventionstaler or Konventionstaler ("Convention thaler"),[lower-alpha 1] was a standard silver coin in the Austrian Empire and the southern German states of the Holy Roman Empire from the mid-18th to early 19th-centuries. Its most famous example is the Maria Theresa thaler which is still minted today. The Conventionsgulden was equivalent to a 12 Conventionsthaler.

Konventionsthalers: Francis I, Emperor of Austria, 1822; Frederick Augustus I, King of Saxony, 1813, Dresden Mint

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