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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 
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 
A lovely, contrasty Proof with clean, soft mirrors and an unusually strong Cameo effect (for a coin from the Berlin mint).  There is an extremely faint scratch in the lustre on Luther's cheek which you can only see using a strong glass.  Otherwise this Proof is perfect with just a couple...
€695.00 
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 
For a Proof from the Berlin mint, this coin is unusually well produced.  The details are sharp and frosty, the mirrors are clear and deep.  Some natural roughness in the surface of the planchet has been almost perfectly struck out.  A miniscule nick on the reverse to the left of the 1 is...
€580.00 
The mint at Muldenhütten consistently produced some of the finest Proofs of the 20th century. This coin is no exception, showing an amazing degree of contrast for a nickel coin (hence the CAM grade).  There is just a hint of contact on the reverse, visible ONLY under a strong glass. ...
€795.00 
For a Proof from the Berlin mint, this coin is unusually well produced.  The details are sharp and frosty, the mirrors are clear and deep.  Some natural roughness in the surface of the planchet has been almost completely struck out.  There is no trace of the usual dullness so often...
€975.00 
The open fields around the Potsdam Garrison Church on these 5 Mark coins are easy prey for scrapes and scratches.  This well-struck Proof from the Berlin mint has amazingly clear fields; some scattered bits of contact and stray hair-lines can only be found using a strong glass.  The coin...
€345.00 
All of the Hindenburg coins have the inherent problem of a large raised portrait.  The details here are blast white with a brilliant lustre swirling over the head.  The mirrors are deep and clear, not far off a DCAM.  To the naked eye, this is a perfect Proof.  Using a STRONG glass, you...
€975.00 
Due to the hardness of nickel, cameo Proofs are hard to produce.  The mint in Berlin is not known for particularly nice currency Proofs for this period. This coin is quite the exception for Berlin and well worthy of its CAM grading.  There is a small natural spot of slight dullness on the...
€695.00