Easy to see why this coin is the highest graded: sharp details on top of full swirling lustre which is starting to get a lovely "old gold" reddish hue!  A hard-to-spot contact mark on the H in HAMBURG is all that keeps this coin from being a "66".  You want the finest?  Here it is! 
€1 450.00
What a little ball of fire!  Sharp relief on both sides dances on a swirl of bright lustre.  Superb original colour with hints of faint orange in the inscriptions make this little beauty well worthy of the "+"!  With such a relatively small mintage, it seems likely that this example will...
€2 475.00
A very pleasing and problem-free example of the scarcest date of this series.  Full details without any major marks, lightly polished fields, the edges are almost free of the usual uneven rims which plague these coins.  As you can see from the pops, this date is rare in higher grade.  We...
€1 175.00
Beautifully struck with full lustre, it's hard to understand what kept PCGS from grading this one higher.  We won't guarantee anything, but this coin could be a great "crack-out" candidate.  Even at "only" MS64, this coin is way near the top, AND well above the KM value for BU (MS63). ...
€975.00
OMG !  This is one beautiful coin!  There is only one tiny contact mark on the reverse visible to the naked eye.  Anything else you will need a strong glass to find, and then not much.  The frosty design jumps out of 8" mirrors, the contrast with the lightly gold/cinnamon fields is...
€3 490.00
This is one wicked coin!  Super-clean fields with light steely toning and radiant lustre, show off the sharp design to its max.  The few tiny contact marks are hidden in the design and are visible only with a very strong glass.  I doubt that a more attractive example of this coin for 1888...
€1 975.00
A beautiful turquoise and light claret toning disguise some very faint hair-lines, which are now only visible with a VERY strong glass.  Altogether a most acceptable Proof with high visual appeal.
€390.00
The PCGS photo says it all! This coin has no problems.  You will need to look VERY hard with a strong glass to find ANY ticks.  Full, swirling lustre and full striking really put this coin in a class of its own, quite unusual for an issue generally plagued by "mushy" minting.  Might be...
€975.00
It is sometmes hard to know where PCGS draws the line between CAM and DCAM. I submitted this coin expecting, in all honesty, that it would be graded PR66 DCAM.  Maybe it would be worth trying again, but as usual with PCGS, no guarantees. However, take a look at the PCGS file photo and...
€790.00
It is suspected (but not confirmed) that the banks in Hamburg systematically replaced these from circulation with the later coins showing the Lions left and right of the City Crest.  Theoretically, then all of the circulating coins of Hamburg would show the same Coat of Arms ........
€6 850.00