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Full lustre on both sides and a lovely "old gold" color which is completely original. All this makes for a most attractive example in problem-free condition.
€ 1 175.00
What a little beauty!  The few tiny bag-marks are fortuitously placed so as to disappear into the detail.  The reverse shows the extensive circular die break typical of this coin.  Unusual for a gold coin, this one has a bright swirling lustre proving the piece well worthy of the "+"....
€ 2 850.00
What a beautiful little coin!  Any contact or bag-marks are discretely tucked away in parts of the design. The King's portrait has a satiny lustre and floats on a mirrored field.  The reverse has bold, swirling lustre.  NOTE: The quality of striking (or perhaps preparation of the dies)...
€ 1 175.00
A very pleasing and problem-free example of the scarcest date of this series.  Full details without any major marks, lightly polished fields, the edges are almost free of the usual uneven rims which plague these coins.  As you can see from the pops, this date is rare in higher grade.  We...
€ 1 175.00
Beautifully struck with full lustre, it's hard to understand what kept PCGS from grading this one higher.  We won't guarantee anything, but this coin could be a great "crack-out" candidate.  Even at "only" MS64, this coin is way near the top, AND well above the KM value for BU (MS63). ...
€ 975.00
An absolutely lovely very DCAM Proof with marvelous contrast.  Apart from some very slight natural porosity in the plachet (visible only under strong glass), the eye-appeal is about as nice as it gets !
€ 435.00
A lovely, contrasty Proof with clean, soft mirrors and an unusually strong Cameo effect (for a coin from the Berlin mint).  There is an extremely faint scratch in the lustre on Luther's cheek which you can only see using a strong glass.  Otherwise this Proof is perfect with just a couple...
€ 695.00
For a Proof from the Berlin mint, this coin is unusually well produced.  The details are sharp and frosty, the mirrors are clear and deep.  Some natural roughness in the surface of the planchet has been almost perfectly struck out.  A miniscule nick on the reverse to the left of the 1 is...
€ 580.00
The mint at Muldenhütten consistently produced some of the finest Proofs of the 20th century. This coin is no exception, showing an amazing degree of contrast for a nickel coin (hence the CAM grade).  There is just a hint of contact on the reverse, visible ONLY under a strong glass. ...
€ 795.00
For a Proof from the Berlin mint, this coin is unusually well produced.  The details are sharp and frosty, the mirrors are clear and deep.  Some natural roughness in the surface of the planchet has been almost completely struck out.  There is no trace of the usual dullness so often...
€ 975.00