Just a hint of stray hair-lines to the left of the portraits is all that holds this back from being a top gem Proof.  A delicate golden orange toning in the inscription sets off the frosty detail in lovely contrast to the deep mirrors.  The DCAM grading is a good indicator that this one...
€475.00
This is an exceedingly rare coin in gem Proof condition.  The high relief and open fields are particularly vulnerable to contact.  This example is virtually flawless with razor sharp detail set amid the usual "wobbly"  mirrors associated with this issue.  Slight golden amber tones around...
€875.00
This is an exceedingly rare coin in gem condition.  The high relief and open fields are particularly vulnerable to contact.  This example has particularly clean fields; there are a couple microscopic nicks in the cheek of William II.  The striking is unusually full, which PCGS has...
€465.00
As is almost always the case with German gold, at some point over the decades there has been faint contact to the fields.  However, this is still a most attractive Proof example of this exceedingly rare coin with good contrast and the start of faint "old gold" toning.  Despite this coin...
€6 950.00
Only a few extremely faint, stray hair-lines are all that keep this Proof from being perfect.  The details are sharp with flashy mirrors which are just starting to take on some blueish-grey hues. Officially NO Proofs of this circulation coin were made.  However, it is believed that 80...
€3 650.00
This coin is in the same condition as when it left the bank over 120 years ago, but with the addition of some light champagne toning around the rims.  A full, swirling lustre on both sides shows only the tiniest of bag marks, nothing showing painfully obviously.  This coin is so...
€1 195.00
PCGS went really hard on this one, as this is one of the nicest, problem-free examples I have ever seen. Full striking, bright swirling lustre, very delicate toning toeard the rims ... lovely!  Any contact is visible only using a STRONG glass.
€375.00