Saxony (Kingdom), 5 Mark, 1907-E (Muldenhütten), PCGS MS65
What a GEM ! The PCGS photo shows off this coin in all its glory. The high relief and open fields made these large coins particularly susceptable to bag-marking. How this one survived in such magnificent condition is a wonder. And just to add to the beauty of this coin, there is the start of faint golden hues just around the rims. You can forget the book value for MS63: we paid way more and were still delighted to acquire such a GEM !
This coin is a prime example of the dual standards PCGS uses when grading European coins: if this were a Morgan Dollar, it would easily have been graded MS66+.
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1, none higher
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