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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 of the Crown-size 5-Mark in this quality turns up, it's something really special. Beautifully struck with brilliant, booooming...
€ 495.00
Take another look at the Pops: why is this the highest to date?  We tried this for MS62 but PCGS wouldn't give.  I guess they didn't find the lustre on the reverse to be full enough. Musings ... The mint in Berlin may have considered the economics of such a large mintage of large coins...
€ 2 875.00
Take a look at the photo - it says all that needs to be said.  Top of the Pops and then some  - not much short of a DCAM.  But then, PCGS can't give a DCAM grade to such a flashy coin ..... Forget the KM value for a "normal" Proof !
€ 960.00
Up to MS63, this coin is far from rare.  Then, quite suddenly, the air gets very thin. Full swirling lustre with razor-sharp detail, a beautiful blue-grey and turquoise toning and brilliant satiny fields make this little gem a joy to behold.  The "+" says it all.  Wonderful eye-appeal and...
€ 435.00
We were not happy with this grading: brilliant contrast and deep mirrors with nothing obtrusive.  This coin is definitely worthy of a "+" and/or a DCAM grading.  This coin is just a shade nicer than the only other PR64CAM, of which we are also currently the proud owners. With an estimated...
€ 875.00
ALL German gold coins as Proofs are RARE !  Gold being the soft metal that it is, these Proofs are hyper-sensitive to contact.  This example is not much short of DCAM.  The deep mirror fields have stray contact, but the details jump out of the fields, especially on the reverse.  Even the...
€ 2 950.00
ALL German gold coins as Proofs are RARE !  Gold being the soft metal that it is, these Proofs are hyper-sensitive to contact.  This coin is not much short of DCAM.  The stray points of contact in the fields are almost innevitable. Advanced collectors of German States gold coins in Proof...
€ 3 475.00
A frosty portrait floats on 8" mirrors, the DCAM grade is almost worthy of a "+".  The reverse is only a trifle weaker due to a die-wipe before striking. The mintage in Proof is estimated at only 250 to 300 pieces: this is definitely one of the most attractive survivors !
€ 650.00
The mint in Frankfurt didn't do a very good job with this issue.  Maybe this lack of production quality (especially in terms of producing Prussian coins!) led to the closure of this mint shortly thereafter.  This is an overall very attractive coin with lovely lustre and good details, but...
€ 790.00
When Emperor Friedrich died after only 99 days, the throne passed to William II.  The Prussian authorities were in a hurry to get coinage with the portrait of the new Emperor into circulation as quickly as possible.  For this reason, both the 2 and 5 Mark of William II from 1888 are...
€ 1 375.00