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Ooops !  How did this one get away ???  Especially considering the relatively low mintage. This coin is in virtually the same condition as when it was struck, but has acquired a delicate gold toning with hints of pink.  The KM values stop at BU (MS63). This is, and will remain, Top of the...
€1 475.00 
These circulation currency coins are realy hard to find in nice condition.  Collectors snapped up the commemorative coins, but the regular issues ....? This one has only some minor contact marks from other coins and is as fresh as the day it came out of the bank.  The lustre is so full...
€1 375.00 
OMG !  How did this coin survive in such perfect condition? The PCGS photo says it all.  If you are building a #1 set, there's no way to avoid this one.
€875.00 
These large, heavy coins are almost always banged up !  Just look at the PCGS photo.  How refreshing to find one that is almost perfect, looking like the day it left the mint ! This one is unusually well struck with a full, booming lustre, the fields are almost perfect.  Some slight...
€1 175.00 
These Rentenpfennig coins are notorious for poor quality, especially those from Stuttgart and Hamburg. This one is surprisingly sharp and not "mushy", the colour is almost as bright as the day it left the mint.  The surface shows the usual slight porosity typical of these, but all of it...
€490.00 
It is generally accepted that the mints in Muldenhütten and Stuttgart produced the highest quality Proofs of this issue. The snowy, slightly lustrous detail is razor-sharp and the mirrors around the edge seem bottomless.  This really enhances the effect of the Earth floating in space! We...
€790.00 
This is a very well-struck coin with full details and great lustre.  Almost all traces of contact are so placed that you have to look hard to find them.  This coin is so nice that it might be worth trying for a "+" on a good day .....
€250.00 
An absolutely lovely very DCAM Proof with marvelous contrast.  Apart from some very slight natural porosity in the plachet (visible only under strong glass), the eye-appeal is about as nice as it gets !
€435.00 
The raised portrait of Luther is highly prone to bag-marking.  On this coin, this is at a minimum and the fields are exceptionally clean.  The lustre is intense and full, justifying the "+" grade.  A light greyish toning gives the inscriptions a pretty accent. The Pops give you are good...
€290.00 
A little ball of fiery lustre!  Only a small point of contact on the field by the King's mouth holds this coin back from being at least one grade higher. This coin must have been struck near the end of the life of the dies: superb die-breaks run around through the bottom of WUERTTEMBERG...
€325.00