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THALER. The name of a coin. The thaler of Prussia and of the northern states of Germany is deemed as money of account, at the custom-house, to be of the value of sixty-nine cents. Act of May 22, 1846.
     2. The thaler of Bremen, of seventy-two grotes, is deemed of the value of seventy-one cents. Act of March 3, 1843.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The Thaler ranch and farm began as a homestead claimed by Dennis Thaler's great-great uncle, Joe Matje, a Hungarian immigrant.
The Thaler family long ago realized that it was important to improve the land to maximize their operations in order to prosper and grow and also to protect the natural resources of the land.
Thaler Land and Livestock is a current or a past participant in the Great Plains Conservation Program, Environmental Quality Incentives Program, Conservation Reserve Program, Wyoming Wildlife Habitat Management plan, and the Wyoming Forestry Stewardship Incentives Program.
"We no longer have to use herbicides to control leafy spurge, and crop production has increased." Dennis Thaler reports.
One of the most successful coins ever made, the Maria Theresa thaler (MTT) circulated for over two centuries and is still minted today, largely for collectors.
The large silver coins, named Joachimsthalers after the silver mines in Bohemia--later abbreviated to thaler, daler or dollar--were first minted in the 16th Century.
Europe's passion for coffee propelled the imperial thaler into the Levant, Arabia and Africa.
305 thalers) is likely to be one third higher than that of Extrapost.
Whatever the answers, by his method of reckoning each further month would add thirty thalers to the cost if they took their own horses and driver; if they went by Extrapost without a servant further mileage, not greater time spent travelling, would increase the expense.
It becomes clear towards the end of his letter that he allows sixty thalers for the servant's wages and food.
100 thalers) for the probable loss on their resale.