Atlas Numismatics Publishes their Newest Fixed-Price List
Atlas Numismatics has updated their website with 1143 new coins, medals, and tokens at fixed prices. Selections include the following items:
Superb Antoninus Pius Aureus
1051590 | ROMAN IMPERIAL. Antoninus Pius. (Emperor, 138-161 AD). Struck 138-161 AD. AV Aureus. NGC Ch. MS (Choice Mint State) Strike 5/5 Surface 5/5 Fine Style.Rome. 7.32gm. ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II. Laureate and draped bust left / TR POT XXI C OS IIII. Salus, draped, seated left on throne, cradling transverse scepter in left arm, and feeding from patera held in right hand a snake coiled around and rising from altar to left. RIC III 280b; Strack 3281/β; Calicó 1681 (same dies as illustration); BMCRE 907 (same dies).
Superb lustrous surfaces.
Mint State Bolivia 4 Reales
1051617 | BOLIVIA. Charles III. 1770-PTS JR large AR 4 Reales. NGC MS62. Potosi. CAROLUS · III · D · G · HISPAN · ET · IND · REX ·. Crowned arms / VTRA QVE VNUM. Crowned globes between pillars. KM 49; Gil-P-4-4b.
We note that this exact piece realized $6462 including the Buyer’s premium at public auction in September 2015. Attractive original toning, exceedingly rare in this quality and one of the finest surviving Bolivia pillar 4 reales.
Ex-Heritage World Coin Auctions, Sale 3042 (17 September 2015), lot number 29352.
Exceptional Napoleon III 5 Francs
1051544 | FRANCE. Napoleon III. (Emperor, 1852-1870). 1852-A AR 5 Francs. PCGS MS66. Paris. Head left / Denomination within wreath. KM 773.1; Gad-726 Tête large.
Ludwig I Medallic 10 Ducats
1050758 | GERMAN STATES. Bavaria. Ludwig I. 1827 AV Medallic 10 Ducat. PCGS SP63. 34.06gm. LUDWIG KOENIG VON BAYERN. Bust right / FUR EHREN VOLLE FUNFZIG DIENSTES JAHRE. Six lines of text within laurel wreath. Wittelsbach 2636.
Awarded for 50 years of honorable service. With original loop. Superb deeply mirrored surfaces, looped as issued.
Includes original case.
Extremely Rare Nürnberg City View 4 Ducats
1051714 | GERMAN STATES. Nürnberg. 1698 GFN AV 4 Ducat. NGC AU55. City view with “Jehovah” in Hebrew above, inscription and date below / Peace standing above two cherubs holding shields of amrs. KM 231. Rare; Fr.-1874.
Very rare denomination, much more so than the 5 ducat piece. Attractively toned, excellent eye appeal.
Ex Louis E. Eliasberg Collection sold by American Numismatic Rarities, April 2005, Lot #280.
Attractively Toned William the Conquerer Penny
1051658 | GREAT BRITAIN. England. William I, the Conquerer. (King, 1066-1087). (1066-87) Edwine AR Penny. PCGS MS63+. London. + PILLEM REX AN. Crowned and diademed bust facing with a star to either side / + EDPII ON LVND. Cross botonnée over quadrilateral. SCBC 1254; North 845.
Superbly toned, lustrous surfaces.
Ex Stack’s, December 7-8th, 1989, Lot 2643. Includes original collector’s ticket.
1705 Five Guineas with Cabinet Patina
1051690 | GREAT BRITAIN. England. Anne. 1705 AV Five Guineas. PCGS AU55. ANNA · DEI · – GRATIA ·. Draped bust left without VIGO below bust / MAG – BR · FRA – ET · HIB – REG ·. Crowned shields in cruciform, scepters at angles. KM-520.2; SCBC 3560; Friedberg 317.
The rarest Anne five guineas after the 1703 VIGO issue. Superb deep copper toning, lustrous prooflike surfaces and exceptional eye appeal. We believe this piece is the equal of an NGC AU58 example of the date realized $216,000 including the 20% Buyer’s Premium at public auction in January, 2018 (Classical Numismatic Group, Triton XXI, 9 January 2018, lot number 1504).
Ex. Dr. Nelson Page Aspen Collection, Bowers and Merena, August 9-12th, 1989, Lot 2413. Includes original collector’s ticket.
1805 Silver George III Penny by Taylor
1051553 | GREAT BRITAIN. George III. (King, 1760-1820). 1805-SOHO AR Restrike Pattern Penny. NGC PR67✭ UCAM (Ultra Cameo). By William J. Taylor. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right, K :· on truncation of arm / Britannia seated left on rocky outcropping with SOHO, holding olive branch and trident; Union shield to right; K between trident and shield; in background to left, ship under sail right on sea. Peck 1293.
Produced from the original Soho Mint dies after the mint’s closure in 1848; Taylor produced but a handful of each pattern type, few of which can be truthfully dubbed ‘restrikes’ due to their die-combinations never having been produced prior to Taylor’s efforts. This present piece is one such pattern, as no currency Pennies were produced in 1805, and indeed the 1805 dated reverse die is one produced by Taylor himself by modifying an earlier type. An exceedingly rare type in silver and certainly the finest known. Awarded the star designation by NGC for exceptional eye appeal.
11 Piece 1826 George IV Proof Set
1051835 | GREAT BRITAIN. George IV. 1826 AV, AR, and Bronzed Copper 11-Piece Proof Set. PCGS PR63-PR65DCAM (Deep Cameo). Head left / Crowned coat of arms (Five Pounds through Halfcrown); lion above crown, rose below (Shilling and Sixpence); seated Britannia (Halfpenny through Farthing). SCBCPS1; Friedberg 373/374, 377a, 380a; WR-213, 228, 237, 249.
We note that a PCGS PR63 DCAM 1826 Five Pounds (without the full set) realized $228,000 including the Buyer’s Premium at public auction in January, 2018. A superb set and extremely rare in this quality.
Includes later (20th Century) leather and velvet case by Spink & Son.
Possibly Unique Gothic Crown Uniface Trial in Fine Silver
1051400 | GREAT BRITAIN. Victoria. (Queen, 1837-1901). 1846-1847 (ND) AR Uniface Trial Strike Gothic Crown. NGC MS65. Edge: Plain. 33mm. 22.24gm. Bust, left / Blank. LS-67 Variant in Silver.
An exceedingly rare and almost certainly unique trial for the Gothic Crown. This piece is struck in sterling silver (.9614) and unlisted as such; Linecar and Stone notes a “Trial of Puncheon” in white metal as L&S-67 that sold in the Lingford sale (1950, lot 587) for £4 16s. and was described there as “Extremely fine and probably UNIQUE.” The portrait on this trial is of finer style and higher relief than the regular issue, with signficantly more detail on the crown, hair and bodice. In our opinion this was more likely struck in 1846 than 1847 or 1853, as it seems to be the prototype rather than the final design, likely engraved in more shallow relief to extend die life. Beautifully toned gem.
Stunning 1859 Zürich Shooting Festival 5 Francs
1051534 | SWITZERLAND. 1859 AR 5 Francs Shooting Thaler. PCGS SP66. City arms with lion supporters / Huntsman standing with gun. X S5; Richter 1723.
Struck to commemorate the Federal Shooting Festival held in Zurich. Exceedingly rare in this prooflike presentation format; sharp raised rims and reflective fields. Superb and exceptional.
This September Atlas Numismatics is offering a special 10% reduction on all of our older inventory items; please note that this reduction does not apply to items in the new upload. The sale will end on September 28.
Please also note that every coin listed on our website has our asking price and below that a button, “Make an offer or inquire about this item” We can listen to reasonable offers on each item or items you are interested in. We will consider each offer on a coin-by-coin basis, and then notify you by e-mail if your offer has been accepted. (No phone calls please.)
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