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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
These coins have such sensitive surfaces ..... that's why over 95% of the Proofs on the market are more or less impaired.  This coin is problem-free apart from two small, natural planchet faults on the reverse, which appears to have bothered the graders more than it should have.  There is...
€ 2 950.00
Brilliant steely contrast, polished fields and frosty details.  Flashy lustre rotates around the portrait with only the slightest traces of contact.  If PCGS were ever to start giving coins a "++" grade, this piece would be shoe-in.  This is the lone Top of the Pops to date and a better-...
€ 1 675.00
Thank heavens the mint in Hannover didn't always compromise on the striking quality in spite of the large quantity to be produced.  Most of the large coins produced there have a slightly "soft" appearance with more or less mushy details. This example is a blazing ball of silvery white...
€ 4 750.00
We were not happy with this grading: brilliant contrast and deep mirrors with nothing obtrusive.  This coin is definitely worthy of a "+" and/or a DCAM grading.  This coin is just a shade nicer than the only other PR64CAM, of which we are also currently the proud owners. With an estimated...
€ 875.00
Let's just say, this is what a gem DCAM Proof should look like: exquisite!  The PCGS photo says it all.  In spite of an official Proof mintage of 500 pieces (of which how many were "normal" Proofs?), there is no finer example in existence.  No other Proof graded to date even comes near. ...
€ 4 750.00
These are notoriously difficult coins to find in unblemished condition due to the extremely high relief.  In this case, there is slight cabinet shine on the very highest points of the ear and the beard.  Otherwise, this is a gorgeous coin with full booming lustre which is just starting to...
€ 1 175.00
A beautiful coin with full, blooming lustre.  The small ticks which you will see under a glass are not, in my opinion, enough to keep this from MS65, but maybe PCGS misinterpreted some of the many die-cracks.... I don't care how picky you are, this is one lovely coin, well worthy of the...
€ 1 350.00