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When producing the Rentenmark coins, it appears that none of the mints (appart from Muldenhütten) made any effort to produce coins matching the quality achieved during the German Empire. Typical of these coins, the planchet is of a rough finish, but the striking has brought out the...
€ 590.00
When producing the Rentenmark coins, it appears that none of the mints (apart from Muldenhütten) made any effort to produce coins matching the quality achieved during the German Empire, especially Berlin.  Knowing this is why we bought this for stock. Typical of these coins, the planchet...
€ 420.00
Although the Proof mintage of this coin is thought to have been relatively high (400 to 500 pieces), they are VERY difficult to find in higher grades.  The open fields on the reverse and the flat, fat "3" are easy prey for rubs and contact. This coin is unusually free of hair-lines, there...
€ 575.00
These large, heavy coins are almost always banged up !  How refreshing to find one that is almost perfect ! This one is unusually well struck with a full, booming lustre, the fields are clean.  The only tiny points of contact are on the relief and blend into the detail, disappearing...
€ 975.00
These large, heavy coins are always tough to find without looking "baggy".  This is a well-struck coin with only a minimum of contact and full, swirling lustre.  There is just a touch of brown and purple tones on the obverse.  A very pretty coin which will satisfy even a choosy collector...
€ 675.00
This is an almost perfect proof !  One short and faint abbrasion above the 19 can only be properly seen with a glass AND if you catch the light just right.  For the sake of accuracy, we mention the presence of a tiny, natural planchet indentation below the A in STADT. This coin is a joy...
€ 750.00
Quite untypical for this issue, this coin has a marvelous swirling lustre.  There is only some very minor contact to the left of the Hand.  The reverse has a faint overall champagne colour, the obverse is faint yellow and blues tending to grey in the inscription. The minimal difference in...
€ 565.00
A solid MS65 which we considered a good candidate for a "+".  There is nothing visible to the naked eye, and even using a strong glass, there's nothing much to find.  A full swirling lustre has just started to take on some golden-brown hues, giving this coin a most attractive colour...
€ 1 375.00
Wow! Fully struck from unworn dies with cartwheel lustre. A light scratch behind the head (which you can only see if you catch the light just right!) is all that keeps this coin from being at least an MS65.   There are lovely, light, original patches of pewter/grey toning, and the...
€ 4 850.00
With full cartwheel lustre around sharp detail, this coin is a near-miss MS65+.  Only with a powerful glass will you find ANY tiny chatter in the fields.  The portrait and the Imperial Eagle are surprisingly clean.  A truly beautiful survivor of this much sought-after one-year type!
€ 2 675.00