Swedish Riksdaler 1713 VF
Swedish Riksdaler 1713
The Riksdaler was a currency used in Sweden from the 16th century until it was replaced by the Swedish Krona in 1873. The Riksdaler was divided into 48 skillings, and it was a standard currency used for trade and commerce throughout Sweden.
In 1821, the Riksdaler was reformed and became the Riksdaler Riksmynt, or the Riksdaler Specie. This new currency was based on a silver standard, and it was introduced to stabilize the Swedish economy and reduce the inflation that had been caused by the Napoleonic Wars.
The the Riksdaler Riksmynt is a collectible item for coin and currency collectors, and it is highly sought after for its historical significance and rarity. The value of a Riksdaler Riksmynt can vary greatly, depending on its condition, rarity, and historical significance.