German States. Hamburg. Hanse und Freiestadt. Portugalöser zu 100 Mark - Gold Medal on the 80th Birt

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German States. Hohenlohe-Neuenstein-Oehringen. Ludwig Friedrich Karl (1765-1805). Taler, 1785 OE-KRN

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750 - 850
German States. Munster. Christof Bernhard v. Galen (1650-1678). Taler, 1661. Quint-helmeted Arms, re

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700 - 800
German States. Regensburg. Freiestadt. HRE Franz I (1745-1765). Half Ducat, nd B. Johann Christoph B

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500 - 600
German States. Teutonic Order. Maximilian of Austria (1588-1618). Triple Taler, 1614. 85.6 gm. Crown

German

3000 - 5000
England. Viking Kingdom of York (Jórvik), ca. 895-920. Cnut. AR Penny. 1.37 gms. Patriarchal cross;

England

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England. Kings of Wessex. Edward the Elder (899-924). AR Penny. 1.59 gms. Small cross in circle; +EA

England

500 - 600
England. Late Anglo-Saxon. Edward the Confessor (1042-1066). AR Penny. York, moneyer: Stircol. 1.51

England

400 - 500
England. Late Anglo-Saxon. Edward the Confessor (1042-1066). AR Penny. Thetford, moneyer: Aelfwine.

England

300 - 400
England. House of Tudor. Henry VIII (1509-1547). Second coinage, 1526-1544. Groat, mm rose. 2.82 gms

England

1000 - 1500
England. House of Tudor. Edward VI (1547-53). Crown, fine silver issue, m.m. y, 1551. 30.20g. King o

England

500 - 600
England. House of Tudor. Edward VI (1547-53). Crown, fine silver issue, m.m. tun, 1552. 30.86g. King

England

600 - 800
England. House of Tudor. Edward VI (1547-53). Crown, fine silver issue, m.m. tun, 1553. 30.30g. King

England

500 - 600
England. House of Tudor. Philip and Mary (1554-1558). Shilling. 6.21 gms. Their busts facing each ot

England

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England. House of Tudor. Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Seventh issue, 1601-1602. Crown, mm 1 for 1601. 29

England

2500 - 3500
German States. Alsace. Archduke Maximilian III (1612-1618). Double Taler, 1614. Ensisheim. 57.0 gm.

German

1500 - 2000
German States. Alsace. H.R.E. Rudolf II (1576-1612). Double Taler, 1609. Ensisheim. 56.1 gm. Laureat

German

1500 - 2000
German States. Alsace. Archduke Ferdinand II (1564-1595). Double Taler, nd. Ensisheim. 57.3 gm. Crow

German

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German States. Alsace. Archduke Ferdinand II (1564-1595). Double Taler, nd. Ensisheim. 56.2 gm. Crow

German

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France. Louis Philippe I (1830-1848). Pattern Essai 10 Centimes, 1839. Paris. Crowned, child bust of

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500 - 700
France. Louis Philippe I (1830-1848). Franc, 1846 B. Rouen. Laureate head right, rev. Value and date

France.

600 - 800
France. Consulate (1799-1803). 5 Francs, An 10 L. Bayonne. Hercules group. Gad 563 A; F. 287, KM 639

France.

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France. Louis XVI(1774-1793). Demi Ecu, 1790 A. Paris. Uniformed and peruked bust left, rev. Crowned

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France. Louis XV (1715-1774). 1/3 Ecu, 1721 W. Lille. Young, laureate bust right, rev. Crowned Arms.

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850 - 950
France. Louis XV (1715-1774). Béarnaise Ecu, 1774 (cow). Béarn. Laureate, draped bust left, rev. Cro

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900 - 1000
France. Louis XV(1715-1774). Ecu, 1725 A. Paris. Laureate, armored bust right. Gad 320, KM 472.1. GE

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France. Louis XV(1715-1774) . Ecu, 1721 A. Paris. Young, laureate bust right, rev. Crowned Arms. Gad

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3200 - 3500
France. Louis XV (1715-1774). Ecu Meche Longue, 1718 A. Paris Mint. Draped young bust right. Gadoury

France.

950 - 1150
France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Demi Ecu à la mèche courte , 1643 A. Paris. Laureate, draped and cuir

France.

950 - 1150
France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ecu, 1704 9. Rennes. Peruked, cuirassed bust right, rev. Crowned cruc

France.

2400 - 2600

Lot:109  1662年德国东弗里斯兰Georg Christian金币 PCGS AU 53

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拍品分类 外国钱币>金币 品相 PCGS AU53
拍品估价 USD 150000 - 250000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 斯宾克2018年1月纽约-钱币专场 拍卖公司 SPINK
开拍日期 2018-01-14 22:00:00 结标日期 2018-01-18 05:00:00 拍卖状态 预展
拍品描述 1662年德国东弗里斯兰Georg Christian金币。German States. East Friesland. Georg Christian (1660-1665). 8 Ducats, nd (1662). Long-haired, cuirassed bust right; (heart over three axes) GEORG. CHRIST. D. G. PR. F. O. D. I. E. S. ET. W (Georg Christian by the Grace of God Prince of Ostfriesland, Lord of Esens, Stedesdorf and Wittmund), rev.

Tri-helmeted complex Arms; D. A. PACEM. DOMINE. IN. DIEBVS. NO: Fr.890. Georg Christian of the ruling Cirksena family succeeded his brother Enno Louis in 1660 as ruler. Earlier, while studying at the University of Tübingen, he had met his future wife Christine Charlotte, daughter of Duke Eberhard III of Württemberg. But protocol dictated that to marry a Princess of Württemberg, Georg Christian needed to hold the hereditary title of Imperial Prince. He finally received the title on April 18, 1662. Georg Christian and Christine Charlotte were wedded less than a month later, on May 10, in Stuttgart. This coin, which was struck from Taler dies, was likely a presentation piece for the ceremonies connected to the formal recognition of Georg Christian as an Imperial Prince, or for his marriage to Christine Charlotte. Extremely rare. PCGS AU 53.