The common currency issues were generally ignored by collectors at the time.  Nobody much bothered to seek and set aside choice examples.  So when an example in this quality turns up, it's something really special. Beautifully struck with brilliant, booooming lustre, this coin is a joy to...
€480.00
The common currency issues were generally ignored by collectors at the time.  Nobody much bothered to seek and set aside choice examples.  So when an example in this quality turns up, it's something really special. Beautifully struck with brilliant, booooming cartwheel lustre, this coin...
€390.00
A lovely bright coin with cartwheel lustre, the usual quota of fine bag-markings are well scattered and nowhere very obvious.  NOTE: All dates of this series appear to have suffered during the transport from the mint in Berlin to the issuing banks in Lübeck.
€475.00
The common currency issues were generally ignored by collectors at the time.  Nobody much bothered to seek and set aside choice examples.  So when an example of the Crown-size 5-Mark in this quality turns up, it's something really special. Beautifully struck with brilliant, booooming...
€495.00
What a beauty!  The obverse is slightly proof-like with a generous splash of gold, the reverse is blast-white with radiant lustre.  One tiny (REALLY tiny!) nick hidden in the beard is all that keeps this coin from being full MS67.  For those of you who love top-of-the-pops plus gorgeous...
€690.00
This is the real deal!  The obverse with swirling deep orange/vermillion lustre, the reverse blast-white with just the start of color at one point.  There have been only 10 pieces graded this high, and I think the two we have here (see also PCGS #17247535) just HAVE to be the prettiest. ...
€375.00
This is our companion piece to PCGS #17247534.  On this one, the obverse has a blazing orange/gold tone while the reverse is a stunning blast-white.  There have been only 10 pieces graded this high, and this one MUST be the absolute prettiest.  No apologies for the price, but if you want...
€395.00
All of the King Otto currency coins are surprisingly difficult to find in any grade MS63 or higher, especially the large and heavy 5 Marks.  The hair and cheek on the portrait are highly susceptable to contact, along with the dreaded right field behind the head. This example exhibits some...
€295.00
A solid bright coin with no faults that stand out.  MS61 seems a bit harsh for the overall appearance; we expected MS62 at least. We don't normally buy coins in anything less than BU, unless there's a very good reason.  Don't let the Pops fool you: 1904 is notorious for weak and mushy...
€350.00
A truly magnificent gem!  The PCGS photo shows this coin in all its glory.  There is a tiny, faint lustre break left of the portraits, otherwise the coin is perfect.  A very decent greyish-blue toning runs around the obverse inscription.  The reverse has an overall sweep of light greyish-...
€650.00