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Whooops!  In spite of its small size, this is a BIG coin. Let the PCGS grade talk to you.  And the PCGS photo. There is just a teeeeny nick in front of the Emperor's nose; but you need to catch the light just right to even see it. This is one KILLER coin destined for a #1 set of Imperial...
€ 8 950.00
These coins are almost impossible to find in top grades, especially when well struck!  The Kings's portrait is SO susceptible to hits. This example is fully struck with the King's hair finely detailed.  Swirling lustre radiates on both sides.  Miniscule contact marks are at a minimum.  A...
€ 1 950.00
All we can say about this coin is: WICKED !!! The satiny details spring out at you from pale amber mirrors of unfathomable depth. This MUST have been one of the first coins struck from the new dies.  And how this coin has survived a 100 years in such perfect condition defies explanation...
€ 3 750.00
These large, mass-produced coins are extremely hard to find in umblemished condition.  The example here is really an exception to the rule.  Add to that a booming, radiant lustre and you have one helluva coin! This coin is a full THREE grades higher than the values listed for BU (MS63),...
€ 1 275.00
Due to the hardness of nickel, cameo Proofs are hard to produce.  The mint in Berlin is not known for particularly nice currency Proofs for this period. This coin is quite the exception for Berlin and well worthy of its CAM grading.  There is a small natural spot of slight dullness on the...
€ 695.00
At the time, there was very little interest from collectors for these coins in Proof condition.  So for reasons of economy, the mintages were small. This is a solid 66CAM.  There is a slight lack of depth to the mirrors around the "5", otherwise this is a lovely Proof , almost as bright...
€ 975.00
Although the mint at Karlsruhe was quite capable of producing high-quality Proofs during this period, I don't recall ever seeing one of these in DCAM. This is a borderline 67 with just an idea of a handful of faint hairlines around the "5".  The contrast is wondrous and this coin is as...
€ 975.00
In spite of a relatively "large" mintage of 600 examples in Proof, this is a notoriously difficult coin to find in top grades.  The reason is rather tragic. The mint in Karlsruhe produced very high quality Proofs and packed them for distribution using the latest technology.  Sadly, this...
€ 975.00
These currency coins were not treated with the same TLC as commemoratives, even in Proof condition.  That is why they are so hard to find in unimpaired condition. The only thing keeping this coin back from an even loftier grade is a tiny planchet fault just to the left of the neck...
€ 975.00
A killer coin with wicked contrast well worthy of the DCAM grade.  The only thing keeping this coin back from utter perfection are some lint marks struck into the fields, but which you will only see using a strong glass. The mint at Müldenhütten kept very accurate records of coins struck...
€ 1 970.00