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Atlas Numismatics will be attending the Central States Numismatic Society’s 80th Anniversary Convention from April 24 through 27, 2019. If you would like us to bring any specific items for your examination at the show please contact us at your earliest convenience.
1054255 | GREAT BRITAIN. Edward VII. (King, 1901-1910). 1902 AV Five Pounds. PCGS MS64. Head right / St. George slaying the dragon. KM 807; SCBC-3965; Friedberg 398.
Extremely rare in this quality; only this example certified as MS64 at PCGS (out of 80 total pieces graded) and no examples graded higher.
Please use this link to verify the PCGS certification number: 36302359
1054262 | GERMAN STATES. Bavaria. Ludwig I. 1829 AR Thaler. PCGS MS65+. LUDWIG I KOENIG VON BAYERN, ZEHN EINE FEINE MARK. Head right /HANDELSVERTRAG ZWISCHEN BAYERN, PREUSSEN, WURTTEMBERG UND HESSEN. Caduceus at center of crossed cornucopias, four shields. KM 738; Davenport 564; Thun-57.
On the Commercial Treaty Between Bavaria, Prussia, Hesse, and Wurttemberg. Superb and exceptional, prooflike surfaces (not noted as such by PCGS).
Please use this link to verify the PCGS certification number: 37715472
1053832 | GREECE. George II. (1940) AV 100 Drachmai. PCGS PR63DCAM (Deep Cameo). Head left / Denomination within crowned wreath. KM 76; Friedberg 19; Divo 111; Karamitsos 182.
Commemorating the fifth anniversary of George II’s return from exile, 1935. From a reported mintage of 140 pieces.
Please use this link to verify the PCGS certification number: 36045560
1052359 | GREAT BRITAIN. Victoria. (Queen, 1837-1901). 1838 AR Coronation Medal. PCGS SP64. Bandeau draped bust of Victoria left / Queen enthroned at right being presented crown by Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia at left. Eimer 1315; BHM-1801.
On the Coronation of Queen Victoria. Superbly toned and very conservatively graded, in our opinion; the surfaces are exceptional and show the usual die-polishing lines as made.
Includes original case.
Please use this link to verify the PCGS certification number: 36788828
1053820 | SPAIN. Valencia. Ferdinand and Isabella. (King and Queen, 1475-1504). (1474-1504) AV Ducat. PCGS MS64. 3.51gm. Crowned confronted busts of Fernando and Isabel / Crowned coat-of-arms. Friedberg 82; Calico 165.
Sharply struck, full frosty luster. Very rare type in this quality.
Please use this link to verify the PCGS certification number: 36045806
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Atlas Numismatics will be attending the following conventions – please stop by and say hello if you have the chance:
Central States Numismatic Society’s 80th Anniversary Convention
April 24 – April 27, 2019 – Table #1806
Schaumburg Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center
1551 North Thoreau Drive, Schaumburg, IL
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