albertusthaler

noun al·ber·tus·tha·ler \äl-ˈber-tə-ˌstä-lər\
variants: or

albertustaler

Definition of albertusthaler

plural

albertusthalers

or

albertustalers

  1. :  a silver coin worth three gulden formerly used in the Low Countries

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Origin and Etymology of albertusthaler

German, from Dutch albertusdaalder, from Albert VII (Albertus) †1622 archduke of Austria and regent of the Netherlands, its coiner + Dutch daalder taler, from German taler — more at dollar


First Known Use: 1908


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