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Venice, Paolo Rainier
Very scarce with a mintage of only 800 pieces, KM #492
Very scarce early English gold issued under Charles I. AU Details surface hairlines, scratched.
Edward IV. York mint. Facing king in ship holding sword & shield, flag with "E" at stern/Rose over radiate sun center, crowns & fleurs around. Excellent detail and very scarce!
Edward IV. London mint. Shield in quatrefoil, "E" above, sun & rose either side/Rose over radiate sun. Scarce!
Philip III. Seville mint. Full denomination, bold cross!
Very scarce principality piece under Gabriel Bethlen and one of only 2 graded mint state by either PCGS or NGC. The PCGS coin sold in the Heritage Long Beach auction in 2008.
Charles I. London mint, 1629-30. Crowned bust l. in coronation robes/Crown topped shield. Large planchet. Scarce.
Louis XVI, Paris Mint .917 fine AGW .2255
Victor Emanuel II. AGW=.1867 oz
A very scarce Newfoundland pre-Confederation issue, with a mintage of only 10,000
Sydney Mint. Flashy. Just very lite rub preventing a higher grade. AGW=.2354 oz.
Milan I. AGW=.1867 oz.
A fairly scarce Newfoundland early Confederation issue, with a mintage of only 25,000
Young Head Victoria, Without Die Number, .917 Fine AGW .1177
Young Victoria, Melbourne Mint, .917 Fine AGW .2354
Jubilee Head Victoria, .917 Fine AGW .1177
Jubilee Head agw. 1.1775
Young Head Victoria, Lightest Trace of Wear, .917 Fine AGW .2354