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Just a hint of stray hair-lines to the left of the portraits is all that holds this back from being a top gem Proof.  A delicate golden orange toning in the inscription sets off the frosty detail in lovely contrast to the deep mirrors.  The DCAM grading is a good indicator that this one...
€ 475.00
This is an exceedingly rare coin in gem condition.  The high relief and open fields are particularly vulnerable to contact.  This example has particularly clean fields; there are a couple microscopic nicks in the cheek of William II.  The striking is unusually full, which PCGS has...
€ 465.00
As is almost always the case with German gold, at some point over the decades there has been faint contact to the fields.  However, this is still a most attractive Proof example of this exceedingly rare coin with good contrast and the start of faint "old gold" toning.  Despite this coin...
€ 7 750.00
This coin is in the same condition as when it left the bank over 120 years ago, but with the addition of some light champagne toning around the rims.  A full, swirling lustre on both sides shows only the tiniest of bag marks, nothing showing painfully obviously.  This coin is so...
€ 1 195.00
PCGS went really hard on this one, as this is one of the nicest, problem-free examples I have ever seen. Full striking, bright swirling lustre, very delicate toning toeard the rims ... lovely!  Any contact is visible only using a STRONG glass.
€ 375.00