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This coin is a superb Proof in virtually perfect condition with NO oxydization flecks.  Despite a relatively large Proof mintage, few examples have survived that are not impaired in some way or do not show signs of atmospheric corrosion. A lovely Proof for the discerning collector.  
€ 485.00
ALL Rentenpfennig coins in Proof are RARE.  Our experience shows that they are also very much under-rated (and under-valued!) in top condition. Only some microscopic ticks (NOT visible to the naked eye!) keep this from ultimate perfection.  A faint overall toning makes this look more like...
€ 785.00
All of the Hindenburg coins have the inherent problem of a large raised portrait.  The details here are blast white with a brilliant lustre swirling over the head.  The mirrors are deep and clear, not far off a DCAM.  To the naked eye, this is a perfect Proof.  Using a STRONG glass, you...
€ 975.00
PCGS is generally hard on these minor coins in zink.  This here is no exception. This specimen is problem-free, even using a strong glass, and is exceptionally well struck for these.  There is an unusually strong charcoal lustre and no corrosion.  But even at "only" MS63, none have been...
€ 360.00
The sriking quality of this Proof is not much short of a DCAM.  There are some very light scratches which are partly hidden by a most attractive toning around the rims. Earlier Proofs of the silver currency 5-Mark are ALL rare (see the Pops!) and under-valued.  The commemorative 5-Mark...
€ 595.00
An inordinately attractive example of this otherwise quite common coin.  Due to the VERY high relief (these coins don't even stack well!), the details are almost always victim to serious bag-marking.  This example is surprisingly free of anything obvious and has almost perfect fields. ...
€ 175.00
In spite of the relatively large mintage, this is an incredibly rare coin in anything above MS63.  The blanks were of inconsistent quality, and to save costs after the War, the dies were used until worn to a frazzle. This example has the usual black finish but with a strong blueish purple...
€ 340.00
The relatively small portrait leaves lots of field free for contact !  On this coin, there is nothing apparent to the naked eye.  Apparently what PCGS didn't like so much are a couple of small slightly matt areas on the fields.  Otherwise a very pretty Proof with lots of contrast (that's...
€ 590.00
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