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What a joy it is, when one finds a TRUE Cameo Proof from the Berlin mint !  This example has satiny details which stand out boldly.  Slight original planchet porosity has been almost completely pressed out on the polished fields.  Hints of pinkish toning blending into turquoise toward the...
€785.00 
A very decent Proof with light toning around the edges. Although the fields do show some light contact very well distributed, I feel the PCGS grading to be a bit harsh.  It might make PR62 on a better day but no guarantees. These coins in ANY PR grade are rare!
€2 975.00 
Despite the relatively large mintages, few of these coins were actually ever put into circulation.  By 1932, the Weimar Governament were well advanced in their plans to cheat the German population by reducing the amount of silver per Reichsmark used for coinage.  And collectors wern't...
€895.00 
The aesthetically pleasing design by Prof. Rudolf Bosselt did not translate well into a practical coin for collectors.  The soccer-pitch sized fields are just begging for hits. Where PCGS came up with this grade is mystery.  The first time I submitted this coin, it came back with a...
€2 975.00 
In any grade above 64, the air suddenly starts getting very thin!  This example is very well struck from relatively unworn dies and shows cartwheel lustre.  Virtually none of the slight chatter is visible to the naked eye. The relative scarcity of the 1932 coins is thought to be due to...
€795.00 
A very pleasing looking coin with surprisingly clean fields and no marks visible to the naked eye.  The lustre is full and even.  There is a surface flaw on the planchet at the very left of the reverse tucked in between the oak leaves and the rim, which is why PCGS down-graded this coin...
€675.00 
A really bright coin which deserves at least MS62: the lustre is bright and unbroken and swirls over the surfaces. As usual with these coins, the big, open surfaces beg for bag-marking, but this is minor and well-distributed overall. This is one of the nicest-looking Goethe 5 Marks I've...
€2 975.00 
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 
An incredibly flashy coin in almost flawless condition with sleek fields and brilliant swirling lustre.  There are small traces of contact above the Eagle's head, but that's about it.  These large and heavy coins with milled edges almost always suffer from being banged about during...
€1 875.00 
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