Prinsessen Lovisa

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The steamship Prinsessen Lovisa was built in 1865 for Ångslupsbolaget Haga AB, Stockholm by Lindholmens Varv, Göteborg and could carry 60 passengers. The ship was sold in 1874 to the industrialist R.M. Wallerstedt who owned the ironworks (Sörfors Bruk) in sörfors. It was used for routes on Lake Marmen and in 1887 it was renamed Sörfors.


Obverse: Prinsessen Lovisa Öre

Reverse: Blank

Prinsessen Lovisa
SRFS-PL-1A.jpg
Source Smith
Filename SRFS-PL-1A.jpg
Value 25 öre
Add Desc. Round, 25 stamped on obverse, Used 1874-?,

25 öre was the the fare from Sörfors to Tuna.

Size (mm) 30
Weight (g)
Manufacture Brass
Notes smith Sweden 810FA

Photo: Magnus Wijk, Myntauktioner i Sverige

SRFS-PL-1B.jpg
Source Smith
Filename SRFS-PL-1B.jpg
Value 25 öre
Add Desc. Round, 25 stamped on obverse, 5 overstamped on 0, Used 1874-?,

25 öre was the the fare from Sörfors to Tuna.

Size (mm) 30
Weight (g)
Manufacture Brass
Notes smith Sweden 810FA
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Source Smith
Filename SRFS-PL-2.jpg
Value 20 öre
Add Desc. Oval, 20 stamped on obverse,

Used 1874-?

Size (mm) 30 x 21
Weight (g)
Manufacture Brass
Notes smith Sweden 810FB
SRFS-PL-3.jpg
Source Smith
Filename SRFS-PL-3.jpg
Value 50 öre
Add Desc. Oval, This is 810FB with 5 struck over the 2 in 20 stamped on obverse,

Used 1874-?

Size (mm) 30 x 21
Weight (g)
Manufacture Brass
Notes smith Sweden 810FC

Photo: Magnus Wijk, Myntauktioner i Sverige


References

Prinsessen Lovisa steamship

Prinsessen Lovisa 25 öre token 50 öre token