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Ngc Au50 1617 German Taler’wildman’ Rare-variety Of Dav-6303 Toned Thaler Ngc

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THE GERMAN ÜBERMAN, THE FIRST REAL SUPERMAN ON THE BLOCK! 1617 GERMAN TALER’WILDMAN’ BRUNSWICK-WOLFENBUTTEL. CATALOG: DAVENPORT-6303, DAV-6307, DAVE-6285. A’ RARE’ DAVENPORT-6303 VARIANT! VARIANT OBVERSE OF DAVENPORT-6307: INNER PEARL BORDER, THREE FLOWERETTES AT FEET, TREE TRUNK WITH NO BRANCHES. (THE DAVE-6303 HAS NONE OF THESE FEATURES). VARIANT OBVERSE FEATURE OF DAVENPORT-6285:…

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1598, Hungary, Rudolph II. Silver Thaler Coin. Nagybanya mint! Rare! NGC AU-58

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1598, Hungary, Rudolph II. Mint Year: 1598 Denomination: Thaler Condition. Certified and graded as AU-58! Reference: Davenport 8069, Huszar 1037. Mint Place: Nagybanbya (today´s Alba Iulia in Romania) Ruler: Rudolph II (after 1576, as Emperor of the German Nations). Weight: 28.50gm Diameter: 42mm Material: Silver. Obverse: Bare draped and armored…

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1565, Transylvania, John Sigismund Zápolya. Silver Thaler Coin. Rare! NGC AU-55

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1565, Transylvania, John Sigismund Zápolya. Mint Year: 1565 Ruler: John Sigismund Zápolya Reference: Davenport 8796, Resch 42. Certified and graded by NGC as AU-55! Mint Place: Hermannstadt (todays´s Sibiu in Romania) Denomination: Thaler (uniface necessity issue, also known as a “Feldtaler”). Weight: 28.79gm Diameter: 41mm Material: Silver. Obverse: Coat-of-arms of…

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1758, Salzburg, Sigismund v. Schrattenbach. Rare Silver Thaler Coin. NGC MS-61

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1758, Salzburg, Sigismund v. Rare Silver Thaler Coin. Mint Place: Salzburg Mint Year: 1758. Denomination: Thaler (Convention Thaler) Reference: Davenport 1250, Pr. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-61! Ruler (Prince-Bishop): Sigismund III. Diameter: 40mm Material: Silver Weight: 28gm. Rupert as Archbishop Salzburg, holding crozier and pointing to oval city…

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1868, Austria, Francis Joseph I. Rare Silver Shooting Thaler Coin. NGC MS-62

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1868, Austria, Francis Joseph I. Rare Silver Shooting Thaler Coin. Mint Year: 1868 Designer: Seidan Mint place: Vienna Reference: Davenport 28, KM-X#M8. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-62! Denomination: Shooting Thaler (1 Feinthaler) – 3rd German Federal Shooting Festival in Vienna Material: Silver. 900 Diameter: 33mm Weight: 16.9gm. Obverse:…

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Rare Swiss 1842 Silver Shooting Thaler 4 Francs Graubunden R-836a NGC MS64

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Confederation Shooting Festival 5 Francs 1842 with nice patina. Authenticity is certified by. Numismatic Guaranty Corporation NGC as MS 64. Struck for the Shooting Festival in Graubunden Chur. With a Mintage of only 4,256 pieces, this is an incredibly superb high-grade example from this popular and highly collectible series. Weight:…

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