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Words fail me to describe the sheer beauty of this coin.  But I'll try anyway ... Razor sharp detail from brand-new dies still showing the "wipe" of finishing on the virtually immaculate proof-like fields.  If this gem doesn't find a new home soon, we'll put it in again and try for a...
€ 3 850.00
A beautiful steely Proof with only a hint of the slightest hair-lines which you will have to work hard to find by twisting and turning the coin.  The coin is very contrasty with a lovely overall golden brown toning.  It is estimated that only about 200 pieces were struck as Proofs.  This...
€ 2 980.00
Shimmering matt silvery white details float on deep mirrors.  A trace of contact in front of William's nose is all that holds this coin back from a higher grade. This is a beautiful proof deserving its "+" but also well worthy of a CAM.  We might try this one again ... It is estimated...
€ 2 675.00
Just look at the PCGS photo - it says it all !   Remember that this is a business strike of a currency coin.  There are only a couple mild points of contact, nothing major.  This coin is generally bright with a fine greyish tone toward the edges showing hues of blue and purple. The blaze...
€ 2 675.00
What a joy it is, when one finds a TRUE Cameo Proof from the Berlin mint !  This example has satiny details which stand out boldly.  Slight original planchet porosity has been almost completely pressed out on the polished fields.  Hints of pinkish toning blending into turquoise toward the...
€ 785.00
When we saw this at an auction recently, this was a MUST have! Glittering surfaces and satiny relief make this coin really stand out.  The reverse has a slight film, proving this coin is COMPLETELY original.  The mintage of these minor coin in Proof was never large; in this case, it is...
€ 595.00
Circulation coins were almost never set aside by contemporary collectors like were the commemoratives.  That is why it is so hard to find choice examples now-a-days. This coin is quite exceptional, with full striking, booming lustre and surprisingly clean fields.  Even the dreaded...
€ 575.00
In our opinion, this coin should have been graded MS 64, or at least MS63+.  Full cartwheel lustre on both sides and very well struck, this is a lovely, bright coin.  The hair on the Grand-Duke's head is full and not weak as so often encountered.  Based on recent auction realizations for...
€ 1 490.00
OMG!  How did this coin survive over 100 years in PERFECT condition.  The PCGS grade and photos says it all.  The Pops too.  This must have been one of the first coins struck from brand-new dies, and that's the way it looks too, even today. A #1 coin destined for an all-time #1 collection...
€ 11 750.00
This was one of the first coins minted with the portrait of the new Emperor.  The designs clashed with the new dies.  In spite of this, the mint in Berlin did its best to produce Proofs.  Here we have one of the finest surviving examples of this first gold coin of the new Emperor.  This...
€ 2 875.00