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Not much not to like about this lovely piece.  I've seen coins in a 66 holder that didn't look this good.  So this must belong in the top few % of this category. Full cartwheel lustre and radiantly bright, a hint of faint plum toning toward the rims sets this off nicely.
€ 285.00
Although considered a commemorative, this is actually a currency issue.  The 2-Mark pieces with their milled edges always tended to mark each other during transport.  That's what makes this piece here so exceptional. Full, booming lustre with hints of greyish blue and turquoise toward the...
€ 1 675.00
The earlier dates of these currency coins are ALL hard to find in top quality.  Virtually all traces of contact on this coin are limited to the portrait and are decently tucked away, remaing invisible to the naked eye. Every inch a gem and well derving of the "+"!
€ 395.00
Despite a relatively large mintage thought to be 400 to 500 pieces, the striking quality is generally not that great. This must have been one the first off from brand-news dies.  The detail is razor sharp and frosty, set amid deeeeeep mirrors.  Only some microscopic contact keeps this...
€ 875.00
In any grade above 64, the air suddenly starts getting very thin!  This example is very well struck from relatively unworn dies and shows cartwheel lustre.  Virtually none of the slight chatter is visible to the naked eye. The relative scarcity of the 1932 coins is thought to be due to...
€ 795.00
These are RARE in ANY Proof grade!  This is a very pleasing example with some minute chatter not readily apparent to the naked eye, which is why the 62 grade.  But we seriously expected a CAM grade as the relief is nicely matted against the mirror fields, giving this coin good contrast. ...
€ 2 875.00
The earlier dates in this series are ALL very difficult to find in higher grades.  This is overall a very pleasing coin with bright lustre and hardly any toning.  There are some very minor scratches at the base of the Grand Duke's neck, but only if you turn the coin sideways at just the...
€ 1 175.00
I would have bet my last dollar that this coin would get a "+".  I probably will re-submit it in the Autumn. Brilliant swirling lustre with faint hues of blueish grey near the edges around the portrait, the Eagle floats on a sea of silvery brilliance.  I can't complain about the MS64...
€ 4 875.00
Why have I included this "common" coin in stock, when it grades "only" MS63?  Take a look at the Pops. The mint at Frankfurt was not producing high-quality coins at this late period, and was eventually closed 4 years later.  These 10RM coins were produced as part of the Imperial gold...
€ 590.00
Despite relatively low catalogue values and mention in the Jaeger-Catalogue that Proofs of this and the matching 5RM are "relatively common", facts do not support any such contention. It is not documented anywhere that Proofs of this issue were even struck.  However, they DO exist and are...
€ 1 175.00