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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 
Virtually flawless condition like when it left the bank.  Well struck and very bright for these, the reverse shows under a glass the slightest trace of cabinet-wear.  That's it !!! These coins are held in low regard by many collectors as they are usually not attractive, often with "mushy...
€525.00 
An incredibly flashy coin in almost flawless condition with sleek fields and brilliant swirling lustre.  There are small traces of contact to the right of the Oak Tree, but that's about it.  These large and heavy coins with milled edges almost always suffer from being banged about during...
€1 575.00 
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 
The mint at Karlsruhe is not known for especially high-quality Proofs during this period, especially for currency coins. This Proof is especially sharp and contrasty with only a few stray hair-lines.  There is a light sheen across the fields from die-cleaning, giving the coin an extra...
€550.00 
Despite the large mintage, most of the 1939 coins never found their way into circulation as nickel was a valuable war commodity, so most of them were kept in reserve and eventually re-melted. This coin is bright and well-struck, with no bag-marking visible to the naked eye.  The lustre is...
€475.00 
What a neat coin! Problem-free with satiny obverse, the reverse with nice reflectivity.  Some tiny nicks which blend nicely into the hair and beard, are all that keep this coin from at least MS65+. Delicate greyish toning in the incription on the obverse sets the portrait off nicely.  On...
€325.00 
A beautiful coin with full, blooming lustre.  The small ticks which you will see under a glass are not, in my opinion, enough to keep this from MS65, but maybe PCGS misinterpreted some of the many die-cracks.... I don't care how picky you are, this is one lovely coin, well worthy of the...
€1 350.00 
I feel that MS61 is a bit harsh as the lustre is virtually intact with a lovely "sweep" on the reverse.  The only fault is a small scuff near the neck truncation, which you can only really see if you catch the light just right.  These small coins are rare in high grades as they were not...
€4 700.00 
The "+" button must have gotten lost under the table when they graded this one.  I can see no reason why this lovely little coin didn't get one!  Fully struck detail on slightly reflective mirrors brings out a nice contrast with full, sweeping lustre.  The only contact marks on this coin...
€2 150.00