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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
A very nice example of this scarce one-year type.  The very high portrait usually gets hacked to pieces, but this example is far better than usual.  This coin was obviously struck from relatively new dies and shows slightly polished fields.  The lustre is so bright and in-your-face that I...
€ 895.00
A truly wonderful example of this rare Proof which blows the competition away!  Frosty details stand out amid such deep mirrors that I wonder why this coin wasn't designated DCAM.  This coin shows the usual clockwise die rotation of almost 10°. For the sake of accuracy, I must mention...
€ 975.00
Proofs of this coin from the Hamburg mint are not generally found as nice as the ones produced in Munich or Karlsruhe.  All examples I have seen appear to have been struck on normal blanks, not ones specially prepared for the production of Proofs as at other mints.  This is clearly...
€ 675.00
A really cool coin, blast-white, worthy of a "+"!  Only a couple of minute nicks hidden in the feathers and only to be found with a STRONG glass, hold this little beauty back from a "67". The Pops show you how difficult it is to find these currency coins in top condition.
€ 650.00
After dealing in these Proofs for over 30 years, certain patterns become apparent. Although Berlin was the main Mint, the quality of the Proofs they produced, especially during the Weimar period, are not up to the standards achieved in Karlsruhe(G) or Muldenhütten (E).  It would appear...
€ 2 975.00
Full bright lustre and unusually well-struck.  Never in circulation but a little baggy. This and 1872 are among the rarest coins of Saxony in high grade.  No one can properly explain why these coins are always so hacked up.  Many years ago, together with a colleague, we opened an original...
€ 975.00
A killer Proof from the Berlin mint!  This coin is about as perfect as the day it left the mint.  There is a tiny, natural planchet fault to right of the "3" and a hint of abrasion above "HELLER". I don't care how the Jäger or K/M catalogues value these Proofs, they are as scarce as hen's...
€ 1 675.00