Portrait of Sigismund of Habsburg standing in armor, wearing crown and holding orb; shield with arms of Further Austria to left, crested helmet to right. Small teeth inside the inner circle. Legend (start 1h) in gothic characters.
Lettering: SIGISMVNDVS ARCHIDVX AVSTRIE
Armored knight on horseback facing right, carrying banner, above the date. Arms of Austrian provinces around.
Considered the first silver coin of that size, ancestor of the futur slightly smaller Thalers of Joachimsthal, and crown sized coins.
Guldiner is the contraction of “Guldengroschen”, because this coin had the same value as the “Goldgulden” (3,3 g gold, 0,750 fineness). It was divided in 60 Kreuzer.
Mintmaster Wenzel Kröndl, MT#64, Davenport 8087. There is a type designed by Wolgang Peck (MT#63) (more space around the date on reverse, no teeth in the inner circle on obverse)