The evening will be a feast for collectors who avoid plastic packaging and for seekers of selected coins who have a chance to receive high grading marks!
Let’s start, however, with a reminder of an extraordinary coin and a coin rarely found in trade – 10 zlotys 1934 Rifle eagle, sample without inscription. A very rare sample from the period of the Second Polish Republic, stamped with a mirror stamp with the edge serration characteristic of this variety. The item, in spite of a larger circulation of 200 items, is definitely less frequently recorded than the sample with a raised inscription, which, due to the 3 varieties listed, appears at auctions regularly. The offered copy is pleasant to perceive visually, but with visible micro-scratches in the background.
The offer also includes a very nice copy of 10 zlotys of Bolesław Chrobry, excellent 2, 5 and 10 zlotys with the head of a woman from various years of minting (including the circulating specimen of 5 zlotys 1932 ZZM) or numerous coins with the image of Józef Piłsudski.
There will also be iconic and eagerly collected coins with the image of such figures as Jan III Sobieski, Romuald Traugutt and one of the most recognizable coins of the interwar period, Nike.
We also remind you of the fantastic 2 zloty from 1925 from the Philadelphia Mint, the auction of which began more than a week before the auction and currently its price has increased from 500 zlotys to 1,100!
The collection can also be supplemented with one of the most sought-after coins of the interwar period – 2 zlotys with the letter H, as well as smaller denominations, among which
one-grosz coins dominate.
We wish you a nice evening!