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Despite the relatively huge mintage in Proof, this is one of the most notoriously difficult coins to find in high grade.  The large open fields on the obverse around the Monument just beg for contact.  The example here has bold, frosty details suspended over deep, dark mirrors.  Some...
€ 375.00
As with almost all known examples, it was cleaned at some stage, looooong ago, leaving some very light hair-lines.   Much is no longer apparent under a fine, even greyish toning with hints of gun-metal blue.  A good CAM striking, but PCGS didn't honour this. In spite of an official Proof...
€ 2 675.00
PCGS went really hard on this one, as this is one of the nicest, problem-free examples I have ever seen. Full striking, bright swirling lustre, very delicate toning toeard the rims ... lovely!  Any contact is visible only using a STRONG glass.
€ 375.00
WOW !  The PCGS grade says it all - and so does the photo.  When we saw this coin, this was another coin we just HAD to have - forget the "book value". This coin is just incredible in its freshness, AND has ZERO oxidization !!!  I think that the only thing that prevented PCGS from giving...
€ 590.00
A beautiful cameo Proof with deep mirrors and no hair-lines.  There is is a small spot of natural porosity just above the Emperor's forehead, but not intrusive; this is probably the reason PCGS didn't give this coin a higher grade.  The coin is very contrasty with a hint of golden brown...
€ 2 475.00
A rock-solid top-drawer example of this scarce Proof.  The contrast is so good that I had expected a DCAM grade.  Hard to know where PCGS sometimes draws the line ... A Top-of-the-Pops example destined for a #1 set.
€ 975.00
As usual, PCGS went a bit hard on this coin.  It is in the nature of the metal that I don't believe a perfect Proof can exist. This coin exhibits the usual slightly porous surfaces; there is a light, fine scratch to the left of the "5".  There is no rust or other corrosion, just a tiny...
€ 675.00
As usual, PCGS went a bit hard on this coin.  It is in the nature of the metal that I don't believe a perfect Proof can exist. This coin exhibits the usual slightly porous surfaces but no faults.  There is no rust or other corrosion, nor are there any spots.  With a mintage thought to be...
€ 590.00
A lovely, bright little coin with super clean surfaces apart from a really tiny nick just left of the the kneeling woman. A rare opportunity to acquire a certified BU example of this "mistake" at a moderate price, for some reason unpriced by KM in any grade higher than UNC (MS60).
€ 590.00
A really bright coin which deserves at least MS62: the lustre is bright and unbroken and swirls over the surfaces. As usual with these coins, the big, open surfaces beg for bag-marking, but this is minor and well-distributed overall. This is one of the nicest-looking Goethe 5 Marks I've...
€ 2 975.00