Swedish coinage is always an interesting element of an auction. In recent years, we have seen an increasing influx of Polish collectors to the occupation coins, which is good – it is also part of our history!
At our E-Auction 11 you will have the opportunity to increase your collection by a few rare coins, today, for example, we will show you two interesting facts – a fyrk from 1593 and a grosz from 1632.
Fyrk is a Swedish coin minted also during the reign of the Swedish king Sigismund III Vasa Our specimen comes from the interregnum, but it has traditionally been included in the collections of Sigismund coins. It is, moreover, a coin extremely rarely listed in the domestic trade (2 copies on onebid).
In turn, the Elbląg grosz from 1632 is the last year of minting Gustaw Adolf’s coins, a very rare coin, determined by Kopicki with the rarity level R6
We will leave them here and return to morning coffee and further work on the auction