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Hard to understand why PCGS graded this at only MS64: we thought MS65 was a dead cert, or at least MS64+. Apart from the faintest possible trace of contact behind the King's head, this coin is as struck, along with the glorious die-break at 4 o'clock on the reverse.  There is just the...
€ 2 875.00
In grading these aluminum coins, PCGS seems to ignore the fact that production quality was pretty crappy to start with. If you ignore the natural porosity of the planchet, there are very few additional markings.  The coin is very bright with impressive contrast.  Almost nothing better CAN...
€ 260.00
This is a truly beautiful Proof which the PCGS file photo shows off nicely.  There are no faults, just a few tiny darks specks, which is what maybe held PCGS back from giving this a PR67 grade. The mintage is estimated at only about 300 Proofs, so ANY high-grade survivors must be...
€ 385.00
During this period of the Weimar Republic, money was very tight.  In addition, collectors at that time were not very interested in currency issues.  Commemoratives were first produced a year later. It is interesting to note that these Proofs were apparently not produced from fresh dies:...
€ 895.00
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
This is about as nice as it gets.  Every inch a DCAM!  The only imperfections are a miniscule carbon spot to the left of the 4 in "1483" and some traces of lint on the dies.  None of these are visible to the naked eye. This coin is tied for the finest graded DCAM-Proof from the Stuttgart...
€ 960.00
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
Aesthetically a beautiful design, but those big fields around the Eagle are murder! Apart from some extremely faint scuffing on the matted designs, this coin is perfect.  The details float in blast-white on bottomless mirrors. Although a 66 or 67 might exist, whether it is a killer DCAM-...
€ 1 075.00