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A truly superior coin from a mint which was not producing its best at the time.  The striking is unusually full and sharp, the lustre is a lovely combination of a swirl around the inscriptions combined with a horizontal wash from die-cleaning.  Any contact is so minimal you really have to...
€ 830.00
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
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
All of the King Otto currency coins are surprisingly difficult to find in any grade MS63 or higher, especially the large and heavy 5 Marks.  The hair and cheek on the portrait are highly susceptable to contact, along with the dreaded right field behind the head. This example exhibits some...
€ 295.00
A truly magnificent gem!  The PCGS photo shows this coin in all its glory.  There is a tiny, faint lustre break left of the portraits, otherwise the coin is perfect.  A very decent greyish-blue toning runs around the obverse inscription.  The reverse has an overall sweep of light greyish-...
€ 650.00
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
OMG !  How did this coin survive in such perfect condition? The PCGS photo says it all.  If you are building a #1 set, there's no way to avoid this one.
€ 875.00
These large, heavy coins are almost always banged up !  Just look at the PCGS photo.  How refreshing to find one that is almost perfect, looking like the day it left the mint ! This one is unusually well struck with a full, booming lustre, the fields are almost perfect.  Some slight...
€ 1 175.00
A nice contrasty Proof with razor-sharp detail and dish-like curved mirror fields.  There is some minor contact and chatter, but this mostly disappears under a most attractive overall blueish-grey toning with hints of purple. Proofs of the currency coins of King Albert are ALL extremely...
€ 960.00