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Way, way above average for these.  No corrosion or verdigris, almost no nicks or scratches from circulation, very clean but NOT cleaned! Altogether a premium example of this rare coin.  
€1 475.00 
During this period of the Weimar Republic, money was very tight.  In addition, collectors at that time were not very interested in currency issues.  Commemoratives were first produced a year later. It is interesting to note that these Proofs were apparently not produced from fresh dies:...
€895.00 
The real deal and probably the stand-alone example for all time! Until I had seen this coin, I didn't know that Hamburg had produced ANY Proofs of these currency coins in this quality.  The mintage in Proof is thought to have been only 100 to 150 pieces. Slight die wipes give this coin...
€1 975.00 
Ooops !  How did this one get away ???  Especially considering the relatively low mintage. This coin is in virtually the same condition as when it was struck, but has acquired a delicate gold toning with hints of pink.  The KM values stop at BU (MS63). This is, and will remain, Top of the...
€1 475.00 
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 
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 
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 
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 
When we submitted this coin, we thought it was a shoe-in for a CAM grade.  Obviously, PCGS thought otherwise. This coin has every appeance of a cameo Proof and the contrast is great.  There are some microscopic points of contact in the "sky" above the roof-tops but this disappears into...
€650.00 
Another powerful coin !  Unusual quality for the Berlin Mint. Dazzling white relief on bottomless mirrors !  Every inch a DCAM.  This is how these coins looked when struck, but sadly, only a handful have survived without something happening to those big mirrors around the Eagle.  Using a...
€1 280.00