At our E-Auction 10 – Foreign coins

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During the promotion of the upcoming e-auction, we have not shown too many foreign coins yet, and there is a lot to bid on!

Today, let’s take a closer look at the German coins, of which there were over 350!

The extremely rare 5 mark 1932 coin with the image of Goethe is definitely the pride of the entire department. Additionally, the coin is in nice condition.

There will also be gold coins, and as an incentive we present you 5 marks of Wilhelm I from 1877. An exquisite, mint specimen with a wonderful shine!

There will also be older coins, including those from the 17th century. Maybe they are not as impressive as our Polish thalers, but they are certainly interesting and liked by collectors all over the world. It is worth taking a look at this quarter-thaler of Jan Jerzy from 1630, issued on the occasion of 100 years of the Augsburg Confession.

The auction will also include coinage coins from the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, and their photos are attached below. As for the order, you can see an excellent specimen of 24 kreuzers from 1620, a great pfennig from 1765, 2 guilders 1855, or 5 marks of Louis III from 1914. There will also be some copper, among which the 1810 szeląg stands out (MS65 !!).

There will also be something for lovers of bracteats, for example, two beautiful bacteats from Braunschweig Otto I!

Next we attach photos of selected, beautiful items …

If you are interested in what else the upcoming event is hiding, please visit the Onebid website!


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