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PCGS is generally hard on these minor coins in zink.  This here is no exception. This specimen is problem-free, even using a strong glass, and is exceptionally well struck for these.  There is an unusually strong charcoal lustre and no corrosion.  But even at "only" MS63, none have been...
360,00 €
Wow! Fully struck from unworn dies with cartwheel lustre. A light scratch behind the head (which you can only see if you catch the light just right!) is all that keeps this coin from being at least an MS65.   There are lovely, light, original patches of pewter/grey toning, and the...
4 850,00 €
Although lightly cleaned at some point long ago, leaving faint hair-lines, these have since virtually disappeared under a rich amber / reddish-brown toning.  The details are razor-sharp. One can't think of any currency coins in Proof as "common", but the 1911 is FAR scarcer than the first...
780,00 €
A lovely "white" coin with beautifully sharp contrast and nice, deep mirrors.  Some faint traces of haze in the fields (and I mean REALLY faint!), are all that keeps this coin from being slabbed a couple grades higher.  Even a picky collector will like this one!
1 975,00 €
What a beauty!  The obverse is slightly proof-like with a generous splash of gold, the reverse is blast-white with radiant lustre.  One tiny (REALLY tiny!) nick hidden in the beard is all that keeps this coin from being full MS67.  For those of you who love top-of-the-pops plus gorgeous...
690,00 €
The earlier dates in this series are ALL very difficult to find in higher grades.  This is overall a very pleasing coin with bright lustre and hardly any toning.  There are some very minor scratches at the base of the Grand Duke's neck, but only if you turn the coin sideways at just the...
1 175,00 €
This is the real deal!  The obverse with swirling deep orange/vermillion lustre, the reverse blast-white with just the start of color at one point.  There have been only 10 pieces graded this high, and I think the two we have here (see also PCGS #17247535) just HAVE to be the prettiest. ...
375,00 €
This is our companion piece to PCGS #17247534.  On this one, the obverse has a blazing orange/gold tone while the reverse is a stunning blast-white.  There have been only 10 pieces graded this high, and this one MUST be the absolute prettiest.  No apologies for the price, but if you want...
395,00 €
This is such a near-miss MS (and I've seen worse offered as UNC!).  Overall very clean for a circulated coin, still with lots of lustre, especially on the reverse.  A nice die-crack runs around from the base of the neck right through FRIEDRICH and then out to the rim. These coins are...
560,00 €
The common currency issues were generally ignored by collectors at the time.  Nobody much bothered to seek and set aside choice examples.  So when an example in this quality turns up, it's something really special. Beautifully struck with brilliant, booooming lustre, this coin is a joy to...
480,00 €