- Appenzell : 1 quintli = 0.2181 lot (Prussia = 16.667 grams) = 3.6351 grams
- Sarnen ( canton Obwalden ): 1 quintli = 0.2204 lot = 3.6734 grams
- Uri : 1 quintli = 0.2202 lot = 3.67 grams (also gold and silver weight)
The light pound was divided into 128 quintli, the heavy pound into 144 quintli. One ounce was 8 quintals and 4 quintals were per lot. The four-of-a-kind as a heavy weight had 36, the light four-of-a-kind 32 quintli.
- Jakob Kaiser: Official collection of the older federal farewells. Volume 6, Hubersche Buchdruckerei, Frauenfeld 1867, p. 1835.
- Fr. Silber: The coins, measures and weights of all countries in the world individually calculated according to their values and proportions to all German coins, measures and weights. In addition to information on the trading venues and their billing relationships. Moritz Ruhl, Leipzig 1861, p. 350.
- Pierer's Universal Lexicon. Volume 13, Altenburg 1861, p. 770.