At our Auction 8 – Coins of Augustus III of Poland

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For a good start of the new week, we propose today a meeting with coins of Augustus. The market has proven many times that this coinage is very popular and desirable, especially in selected states of preservation, which will not be missing this Saturday!

When browsing the items, it is impossible to ignore this section, in which two trojak coins from 1758 and 1760 stand out in excellent specimens, practically unavailable in such states on the market. Excellent details, great gloss and the MS62 note make the values even more attractive. In addition, it is worth paying attention to the differences in the obverse, while the fun is left to you

It will also be delightful with its beauty, the circulatory-free Toruń shilling in the highest NGC grading score for this vintage, the only one so highly rated! There is a shortage of copper in such states, which is why it is a great opportunity to supplement the collection.

It is also worth paying attention to the hellers that will appear at the auction. 1742, 1747, 1751 are vintages that can be replenished on Saturday. The first of them is a nice, circumstantial specimen without grading, the next two are some of the most beautiful coins that appeared in the trade in these years, as evidenced by the highest grading marks, MS66 and MS65, respectively! We definitely recommend it

The auction will also include the exquisite 1/24 thaler from 1753 in note MS64 (2 above), the excellent penny from the Gubin mint from 1754 in the note MS61, a nice ort from 1754 and the thaler from the Dresden mint from 1763.

We invite you to browse the entire catalog on the Onebid platform


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