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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
These coins are usually "baggy";  the trip from the Mint in Berlin to the banks in Lübeck didn't do most of these coins any favours.  By some miracle, a few of these made it through without being banged around, and here is just such an example.  Full, booming lustre and struck from...
€ 785.00
A sharp "steely" proof with razor-sharp details contrasting with the highly polished fields.  A fine orange-brown patina proves that this coin was never messed with.  One tiny point of contact at 3 o'clock on the obverse is all that keeps this from being a 67. The official mintage is...
€ 975.00
Full swirling lustre is almost perfect on both sides, with just a hint of contact on the field to the right of the portraits, much less than usual.  The reverse is perfect, showing off the "Jugendstil" Eagle at its best.  Here's a simply beautiful coin a full 2 grades higher than the KM...
€ 580.00
A frosty portrait floats on 8" mirrors, the DCAM grade is almost worthy of a "+".  The reverse is only a trifle weaker due to a die-wipe before striking. The mintage in Proof is estimated at only 250 to 300 pieces: this is definitely one of the most attractive survivors !
€ 650.00
The VERY high portrait of Albert makes these circulation issues VERY hard to find in higher grades. This unsually beautiful coin has NO problems visible to the naked eye.  This is an early strike which PCGS might sometime get around to giving the "PL" grading it richly deserves. This is a...
€ 875.00
Although not THE highest graded, this is possibly the most attractive example you will ever see.  For collectors of coins with fabulous rainbow colouring, this is the one for you!  Only a small contact at the lower right keeps this coin from being absolutely perfect. The PCGS photo shows...
€ 975.00
This coin must have lain undisturbed in a wooden coin cabinet for a long time.  The obverse has a wonderful, even gold toning which virtually mask the couple of tiny points on contact in the field.  The reverse is a blaze of lustre with only a hint of toning around the rim. This may well...
€ 590.00