Schwabisch Hall. This handstruck issue struck under Charles V is fairly well defined with the exception of slight weakness in areas and some stress on the obverse of the flan. Which is common for coins struck/hammered during this era. The annealing process was not efficient during this era as it would be a few hundred years later. The reverse is struck up fully in terms of definition and the coin is well centered. Some faint tones of amber and champagne radiate due to the nature of the lustrous surfaces. Adding a bit of a boost to the overall eye-appeal. We doubt one finer can be found as most examples are found in VF/XF condition as a median grade.
Germany Taler 1545 DAV-9213 NGC MS63 45249