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Sheer perfection !  Razor-sharp details amid slightly Proof-like fields; we wouldn't have been surprised if this coin had been given a "+" ! These base-metal minor coins have always been the poor cousins to the silver and gold coins of the German Empire.  But don't underestimate the...
€ 890.00
Look at the PCGS photo and note the lofty grade.  How did this coin survive a century in this condition ?  And just to add to the dynamite appearance, there is a bit of golden hue on the Eagle's breast. For a collector looking to put together a #1 set, there is no way around this one. ...
€ 1 675.00
The grading says it all !  A wicked little Proof that is pure eye-candy.  For the sake of accuracy, we mention a miniscule piece of lint on the field between the A and R in MARK, but you will only find this with a strong glass. The Proof mintage is estimated at only 200 to 300 pieces;...
€ 1 175.00
The mint in Berlin is not known for particularly high-quality coins during this period. This coins represents an exception.  Full, bold striking with waves of swirling lustre.  You will only see the tiny bag-marks if you use a strong glass.  A faint tinge of blue can be detected around...
€ 345.00
This is one of those WOW! coins.  Virtually perfect condition with only a hint of cabinet-wear (visible ONLY with a STRONG glass!).  A rich, light toning of blue / green / gold makes this coin a joy to behold. We have not seen the pieces graded higher, so it is hard to judge.  But I would...
€ 195.00
What a neat coin! Problem-free with satiny obverse, the reverse with nice reflectivity.  Some tiny nicks which blend nicely into the hair and beard, are all that keep this coin from at least MS65+. Delicate greyish toning in the incription on the obverse sets the portrait off nicely.  On...
€ 325.00
These large, heavy coins are quite rare in top grade.  This is a lovely, clean coin with no distractions visible to the naked eye, sharp detail contrasts with slightly mirror fields, some very faint golden toning around the edges highlights the inscriptions.
€ 395.00
Up to MS63, this coin is far from rare.  Then, quite suddenly, the air gets very thin. Full swirling lustre with razor-sharp detail, a beautiful blue-grey and turquoise toning and brilliant satiny fields make this little gem a joy to behold.  The "+" says it all.  Wonderful eye-appeal and...
€ 435.00
A lovely "white" coin with beautifully sharp contrast and nice, deep mirrors.  Some faint traces of haze in the fields (and I mean REALLY faint!), are all that keeps this coin from being slabbed a couple grades higher.  Even a picky collector will like this one!
€ 1 975.00
This was one of the coins about which I had a rather unsatisfactory discussion with PCGS President Don Willis in Paris.  My question was, why does PCGS use the "PL" designation ONLY for U.S. and Canadian coins?  But PCGS is apparently not open to extending this designation to coins of...
€ 1 975.00