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Despite worldwide economic uncertainty, the market for rare and exceptional coins remains buoyant. Showing particular strength at present are top British and Asian material. Atlas Numismatics is actively seeking to purchase individual items and whole collections and can assist with shipping and insurance should items merit inspection. Please contact us if you have rare or exceptional Ancient, World or United States coins for sale; click the following links for more information on Appraisals and Selling to Atlas.
We are pleased to report that all carriers in the U.S. continue operating on a regular schedule. We continue to monitor shipping related matters and will inform you if anything would impact delivery of an order. As always, we offer our full refund return policy which is in effect once you receive an order purchased online.
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New Atlas Numismatics Inventory
1059603 | ROMAN REPUBLICAN. C. Cassius Longinus. Struck circa 42 BCE. AR Denarius. NGC Ch. XF✭ (Choice Extremely Fine ✭) Strike 5/5 Surface 5/5. Smyrne. 3.84gm. C • CASSI • IMP – LEIBERTAS. Diadem head of Libertas, right; wearing earring and pearl necklace / LENTVLVS/ SPINT. Capis and Lituus; legend below. Crawford 500/3, Syd.-1307.
Lovely cabinet patina; given the star designation for exceptional eye appeal.
Please use this link to verify the NGC certification number: 2102706-001
1059473 | BELGIUM. Brabant. Joanna and Wenceslas. (Duchess and Duke, 1354-1383). 1355-83 (ND) AV 2 Mouton d’Or. PCGS MS63. Vilvorde mint. 6.22gm. + AGn o DЄI o QVI o TOLL’ o PCCA o MVDI o MISЄRЄRЄ o nOB. Nimbate Agnus Dei left, head right, a long cross with banner behind; all within a tressure broken by IOh’ DVX in the exergue / + XP’C : VIИCIT : XP’C : RЄGИAT : XP’C :. Cross fleurée with lis in angles; all within a quadrilobe with lis in spandrels. Fr.-7; Delmonte 44.
A superb piece struck on a broad flan (small natural planchet crack at 8 o’clock on obverse). Rich cabinet patina.
Please use this link to verify the PCGS certification number: 37645841
1059196 | FRANCE. National Convention. (1792-1795). 1792 Bell Metal Medal. PCGS MS63. By André Galle. Lyon. 39mm. 39.49gm. LIBERTE FRANçOISE. Head of Liberty left with pike over far shoulder upon which rests a Phrygian cap / A LA/ CONVENTION/ NATIONALE/ PAR LES/ ARTISTES REUNIS/ DE LYON/ – PUR METAL DU CLOCHE/ FRAPPE EN/ MDCCXCII. Ten line inscription within oak wreath. Mazzard 318a; VG-338; Hennin 387.
Inspired by the “Libertas Americana” Medal. This medal is Galle’s first recorded piece.
Please use this link to verify the PCGS certification number: 39477567
1058094 | GERMAN STATES. Prussia. Wilhelm I. (Kaiser, 1861-1888). 1879 AR Medal. PCGS SP66. By W. Kullrich and E. Weigand from the G. Loos workshop. Edge: Plain. 60.88mm. 89.85gm. The Emperor and Empress enthroned and seated facing left; before them stands a genius with a torch in his right hand, his left hand holding two wreaths over the heads of the royal couple / Inscription on three-lines within wreath; the Emperor’s crown above and crowned shields of Prussia and Saxony below. A ribbon dated July 11 1829 to either side of the shields. Marienburg-6146; Sommer K-86 and W-33.
Struck to commemorate the Golden (50th) Wedding Anniversary of Wilhelm I and Augusta on July 11th, 1879. Virtually flawless gem, extremely rare in this quality.
Please use this link to verify the PCGS certification number: 38650890
1055284 | SWITZERLAND. 1842-1898 AR 26-Piece Set of Shooting Festival Coins and Medals. PCGS SP64 Matte – MS61.
Housed in a 37.5 x 36 cm brass-hinged leather case. The medals were originally fitted in openings with gold-stamped dates around a white velvet Swiss cross at center holding five medals. The red satin inner lid of the case is is gold-stamped with a Fraktur inscription, Eidgenössische/ Schützenfeste. All pieces are now encapsulated in PCGS holders.
Includes collector’s case.
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Current & Upcoming Atlas Numismatics Events
Atlas Numismatics will be attending the following conventions – please stop by and say hello if you have the chance:
The 2020 Pittsburgh World’s Fair of Money
American Numismatic Association (ANA)
August 4-8, 2019 – Table #TBD
The David L. Lawrence Convention Center
1000 Fort Duquesne Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Atlas Numismatics – Appraisal and Buying
Atlas Numismatics is actively seeking to purchase individual items and whole collections. Please contact us if you have rare or exceptional world, ancient or United States coins for sale; click here for more information.
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