At our Auction 7 – German coins

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For several auctions, German coins have been their strong section, and this is also the case this time!

There will be, among others, thalers, such as a very nice copy of the typologically rarer Prussian thaler of Frederick William from 1794, with a characteristic oval coat of arms, or the excellent Saxon thaler of Christian II, John George and August from 1603. A very interesting stylistic item with lots of details.

Clips have always aroused interest among collectors, and it is no different with the 1650 silver ducat clip for the Peace of Westphalia. A beautiful mint copy of a rare coin, sharp details, delicate dark patina. The coin was minted in silver and gold to commemorate the
Peace of Westphalia at the end of the Thirty Years’ War. The copy from the upcoming auction appreciated by the highest rating so far in NGC MS63.

Moving on to the coins of the nineteenth and twentieth century, we can observe many mint specimens. There will be, among others, beautiful 2 thalers 1860, a nice guilder on the occasion of the silver jubilee in 1841, 5 marks on the 90th birthday of the prince-regent in 1911,
excellent 2 marks 1904 Bremen with an interesting representation of the city’s coat of arms
in the cartouche.

There will also be commemorative coins, for example 2 marks minted for the 450 years of the University of Jena, 500 years of the University of Jena (2 marks), 3 marks minted on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Wilhelm II’s wedding with Charlotte of Schaumburg-Lippe, on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of the birth of Martin Luther with his likeness in the high note MS64, as well as 3 marks from 1930 minted on the occasion of the liberation of the Rhineland.

There will also be a candy, which was appreciated by PCGS, the second highest among the MS66 notes issued so far, 2 brands minted on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of King William’s rule in 1913.

Finally, two typologically rare items from German East Africa in denominations of 1/2
and 1 rupee from 1891 and 1913.

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