A killer Proof !  The Eagle is suspended on sleek, deep mirrors.  On both sides, the contrast is so sharp that we don't understand why this coin didn't get a CAM grade.  (PCGS does tend to be rather harsh when grading bronze and copper coins.)  Over the decades, the reverse of this coin...
€ 975.00
Sheer perfection !  Razor-sharp details amid slightly Proof-like fields; we wouldn't have been surprised if this coin had been given a "+" ! These base-metal minor coins have always been the poor cousins to the silver and gold coins of the German Empire.  But don't underestimate the...
€ 890.00
Look at the PCGS photo and note the lofty grade.  How did this coin survive a century in this condition ?  And just to add to the dynamite appearance, there is a bit of golden hue on the Eagle's breast. For a collector looking to put together a #1 set, there is no way around this one. ...
€ 1 675.00
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
The VERY high portrait of Albert makes these circulation issues VERY hard to find in higher grades. This unsually beautiful coin has NO problems visible to the naked eye.  This is an early strike which PCGS might sometime get around to giving the "PL" grading it richly deserves. This is a...
€ 875.00
Although not THE highest graded, this is possibly the most attractive example you will ever see.  For collectors of coins with fabulous rainbow colouring, this is the one for you!  Only a small contact at the lower right keeps this coin from being absolutely perfect. The PCGS photo shows...
€ 975.00
This coin must have lain undisturbed in a wooden coin cabinet for a long time.  The obverse has a wonderful, even gold toning which virtually mask the couple of tiny points on contact in the field.  The reverse is a blaze of lustre with only a hint of toning around the rim. This may well...
€ 590.00
This must have been one of the first Proofs struck from brand-new dies.  The DCAM grade of this coin is well deserved.  Only some stray, fine hair-lines hold this coin back from a higher grade.  A hint of rim toning proves that this coin has never been messed with. The currency-issue...
€ 595.00
Just take a long look at the PCGS photo.  This says just about all that can be said about this gem Proof.  There is a faint scratch at the base of the neck and tiny contact below the neck.  If you are looking for a coin that is monochrome brilliant white on jet black, here it is.  The...
€ 1 075.00
One of the first Proofs struck from new dies.  The DCAM effect is awsome !!!  At some time in the past, some idiot gave this coin a wipe, probably to remove some toning, and left an extremely faint sweep of hair-lines, but you'll only see these if you catch the light JUST right. The...
€ 675.00