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1913 Mexico Caballito Peso Almost Uncirculated$80
A popular type coin from Mexico. Old pewter and steel patina. Champagne highlights.
Guatemala. 1873 2 Reales. Gorgeous Uncirculated.$150
Not a rare coin in low grades, with the average Very Fine/Extremely Fine example bringing maybe $30-$50. Yet in this condition, the true rarity and value are probably heavily underappreciated. A beautiful uncirculated example as original as a silver minor can be. Crisp luster and greater toning just add to the overall phenomenal eye appeal.
1866-Mo Mexcio Maximillian Peso Choice Almost Uncirculated$225
A popular crown, not just for collectors of Mexican coinage, but also world crown collectors. Luster still remains in the legends and the strike detail and other technical merits are basically uncirculated. A choice example, with most of those seen being heavily circulated and/or cleaned heavily.
1878 Ho Ja Mexico 8 Reales Uncirculated$150
Sharply struck with luster and frost on the cap. A lovely patina that has a choice blend of pewter, teal and indigo. A scarce coin in this grade.
Diva Faustina I. Posthumous Issue. Died AD 140. Choice Uncirculated. Toned.$350
A stunning mint state denarius with radial luster and gorgeous iridescent toning. 3.40 grams. Completely original and beaufitul. Much nicer than most seen, which are VF-AU examples that have been cleaned in some way.
1938 Cuba Peso NGC MS63 KM 22$525
Velvety surfaces, white and heavily lustrous. A popular Cuban peso in mint state. A very nice coin with great eye appeal.
1772 Gustav III Swedish Copper Coronation Medallion. Choice Mint State$75
Copper. Plain Edge. 13.41 grams. A very beautiful commemorative medallion of Gustav III, King of Sweden. Struck in high relief with prooflike surfaces and original red. A completely choice example. GUSTAVUS III . D . G . REX SVECIAE on the obverse. Reverse legend of NATUS MDCCXLVI . CORONATUS MDCCLXXII
France. 1793 BB Sol. Planchet Clip Error. Choice Mint State$575
An absolutely beautiful coin from France. This coin, struck at the Strasbourg Mint in 1793, is in pristine uncirculated condition. The surfaces are immaculate, as is the patina and rich copper color. There is luster on both the obverse and reverse. Sols from France this nice are scarce to rare and we are not sure […]