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At MS65 and above, the air starts to get thin.  The fields are very susceptible to showing the faintest contact. This example has only the faintest possible traces of slight contact.  The lustre is so full and booming, I honestly expected a "+".  This high-grade example should please any...
€ 735.00
For the life of me, I cannot see why PCGS graded this coin at only MS64.  The very few tiny nicks are tucked away discreetly in the designs, and none of them are visible to the naked eye.  The coin is bright and clean with an unusual amount of lustre for these. This is a lovely, higher-...
€ 650.00
German Colonies Proofs have recently been bringing record prices at auction.  Anything resembling a half-way decent Proof is bringing 4 figures + fees. This is a solid PR63, a good bit brighter than in the PCGS file photo.  There is small scratch in the field to the right of the frosty...
€ 1 375.00
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
Every inch a DCAM Proof !  Even using a strong glass, it is not obvious why PCGS didn't grade this coin at least one notch higher.  There are only a couple of miniscule lines on the otherwise flawless, deep mirrors, also some extremely light cabinet-wear on the very highest points of the...
€ 1 290.00
This coin has one of the lowest total mintages (1400) of any comemorative issue of the German Empire.  The planned mintage of 10,000 was aborted due to the incomplete title in the obverse inscription. Most of the Proofs produced had only the reverse with mirrored fields.  This is a...
€ 6 750.00
The hard nickel of these coins results in them not being struck up as fully as the bronze and silver coins of this period.  Also, it appears that the Berlin mint used normal planchets for the production of Proofs.  That is why the grades for these generally stop at 65. This is a solid,...
€ 275.00
Although by no means rare, at least 90% of theyse coins have been messed with or otherwise impaired as Proofs.  Considering this, we feel PCGS were a bit harsh on this example. There is NOTHING to be seen with the naked eye.  Under a strong glass and with pains, you will find some...
€ 750.00
This is a truly magnificent coin!  Booming cartwheel lustre is "in your face" and the striking is sharp and bold!  Heaven only knows why PCGS didn't give this coin a "+".  The fields around the portrait are amazingly clean, with a few ticks discretely tucked away into the portrait and...
€ 1 275.00
For a currency coin, it's hard to believe it has survived over 100 years in such incredible condition. The fields are exceptionally clean, the slight chatter being mainly limited to the portrait, where it is well hidden from the naked eye.  Headlights lustre and razor-sharp striking with...
€ 1 275.00