Monday is a good day to stick a stick in an anthill?

I think so…

Regarding the few messages that were more or less in tone:
“Why do you praise coins without a box, since you are the representative of NGC in Poland? Certainly, these coins are not suitable for grading if you issue them free”.

Well, ladies and gentlemen, this is not entirely true, and I would even say that these conclusions are completely wrong.
First of all, you should take into account a very simple parameter that a lot of people forget about – TIME. Well, grading is often associated with the fact that the coins will not make it to the next auction, and not everyone has the comfort and can afford a few months of slippage – the decision to sell a part of the collection very often results from a need and TIME is the key parameter.

Secondly, as a partner company of NGC, we graded thousands of coins a year and thanks to such cooperation we are able to very precisely determine the state of preservation, of course, we may have a “mistake” – infallible people do not exist. However, if in the description of the auction or in the graphics promoting a given item, we include information that a given item is suitable for the “box”, that is, with a high degree of probability that it will receive “MSa”, often even very high.

Therefore, at the next event, we invite you to auction the items in our opinion suitable for MSa, and in the free edition as a bird, which is the rarer version for this type of coin. The offered copy with an almost perfect obverse, while on the reverse there are several cuts, which still do not disqualify it from the numerical note at the “sixty-something” level

The face value introduced by the reform of January 11, 1924, bits in this pattern from 1934. In accordance with the regulation of the President of the Republic of Poland of November 5, 1927, these coins could be used to pay off liabilities up to the maximum amount of PLN 100. The coin remained in circulation until November 1939, withdrawn by order of the General Government.

The coin was minted at the State Mint in Warsaw in 1934 with a mintage of 10,425,000 and in 1936 with a mintage of only 75,000.

Coin minted from silver .750, diameter 22 mm and legal weight 4.4 g.

Obverse: state eagle of the design from 1927 against the background of rays, in the rim an inscription:
RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA 2 ZŁOTE 2, a year under the eagle’s tail.

Reverse: a bust of Marshal Piłsudski facing left, in front of it the coat of arms of Kościesza – the mark of the State Mint in Warsaw. Designer’s signature on the shoulder:
St Ostrowski.

We are curious about your opinion – how do you rate the offered unit? 

 

   

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