At our Auction 17 – 5 zlotys 1932 MS61

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There are coins that are commonly referred to as “eight-thousanders”. This Polonia / Głowa Kobiety can easily be included in this group. The year 1932 with the “Kościesz” mint mark is one of the most sought-after, valued and typologically rare circulation coins of the interwar period.

A desirable and sought-after coin regardless of its condition. The item we present is a real numismatic Himalaya. The coin was graded by NGC with a grade of MS61, which is the second highest grade for this issue so far!

Without a doubt, it will be the real icing on the cake of our April auction in the group of Second Polish Republic coins.

We would like to remind you that our April auction will start on April 20. We are constantly accepting the most interesting coins, banknotes, medals and phaleristics. Please contact us.


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