LIECHTENSTEIN. 20 Kronen, 1898. Johann II (1858-1929). Vienna Mint. NGC MS-64.

LIECHTE

2500 - 3500
LIECHTENSTEIN. 100 Franken, 1952. Bern Mint. PCGS Genuine--Cleaned, Unc Details Secure Holder.

LIECHTE

1500 - 2000
LITHUANIA. Order of Gedimus, 2nd Class Neck Badge, ND (Established 1928).

LITHUAN

700 - 1000
MALDIVES. 2 Lariat, AH 1319 (1901). Muhammad Imaaduddeen VI (1893-1903). NGC MS-65.

MALDIVE

5000 - 8000
MALTA. 4 Tari, (1557-68). NGC MS-62.

MALTA.

1500 - 2000
MAURITIUS. 1,000 Rupees, 1975. PCGS PROOF-66 DEEP CAMEO Secure Holder.

MAURITI

1600 - 1900
MEXICO. Early Series. 4 Reales, ND (1538-40 or 41) oMo-oPo. Carlos and Johanna (1516-56). NGC AU-50.

MEXICO.

1000 - 1500
MEXICO. Late Series. 4 Reales. ND (1542-43) & (1544-45). Assayer G (M-G). Carlos & Johanna. PCGS AU-

MEXICO.

700 - 1000
MEXICO. Late Series. 4 Reales, ND (ca. 1542-55). Assayer A (M A). Carlos and Johanna (1516-56). NGC

MEXICO.

1000 - 1500
MEXICO. Late Series. 4 Reales, ND (ca. 1553-56). Assayer L (Mo-L). Carlos and Johanna (1516-56). NGC

MEXICO.

1000 - 1500
MEXICO. 4 Escudos, 1713-MXoJ. Philip V (1700-46). NGC MS-65.

MEXICO.

8000 - 10000
MEXICO. 4 Escudos, ND (1713)-MXo. Philip V (1700-46). NGC MS-62.

MEXICO.

2400 - 3000
MEXICO. 8 Escudos, 1733-MoF. Philip V (1700-46). NGC AU-55.

MEXICO.

8000 - 12000
MEXICO. 4 Escudos, 1734/3-MoMF. Philip V (1700-46). NGC EF-45.

MEXICO.

1500 - 2000
MEXICO. 8 Escudos, 1739-MoMF. Philip V (1700-46). NGC AU-58.

MEXICO.

4000 - 5000
JORDAN. 50 Dinars, 1977. PCGS PROOF-66 DEEP CAMEO Secure Holder.

JORDAN.

1600 - 1900
JAPAN. 5 Yen, Year 26 (1893). NGC MS-66.

JAPAN.

15000 - 20000
JAPAN. 5 Yen, Year 8 (1875). PCGS MS-66 Secure Holder.

JAPAN.

3000 - 4000
JAPAN. 10 Yen, Year 4 (1871). NGC MS-64.

JAPAN.

5000 - 7000
JAMAICA. 3 Shillings 4 Pence (4 Reales 1/2 Dollar), ND (Act of 18 November 1758). PCGS FINE-12 Secur

JAMAICA

1000 - 1500
JAMAICA. 6 Shillings 8 Pence (Dollar 8 Reales), ND (Act of 18 November 1758). PCGS VF-35 Secure Hold

JAMAICA

900 - 1200
ITALY. Venice. 5 Lire, 1848-V. NGC MS-65.

ITALY.

3000 - 5000
ITALY. Venice. 5 Lire, 1848. NGC MS-65.

ITALY.

5000 - 6000
ITALY. Venice. 1/2 Tallero, 1792. Ludovico Manin (1789-97). NGC AU-55.

ITALY.

800 - 1000
ITALY. Venice. Tallero, 1789. Lodovico Manin (1789-97). NGC MS-62.

ITALY.

2000 - 2500
ITALY. Venice. Ducato, (1786-87)-GF. Paolo Renier (1779-89). NGC MS-64.

ITALY.

1500 - 2000
ITALY. Venice. Osella, 1754-VAC. Francesco Loredano (1752-62). PCGS AU-58 Secure Holder.

ITALY.

1500 - 2000
ITALY. Venice. Scudo, (1752)-GAC. Francesco Loredano (1752-62). NGC MS-64.

ITALY.

1500 - 2000
ITALY. Venice. Scudo, (1714-15)-AM. Giovanni Corner II (1709-22). NGC MS-64.

ITALY.

1500 - 2000
ITALY. Venice. Leone, (1694)-FT. Silvestro Valier (1697-1700). NGC MS-62.

ITALY.

3000 - 4000

Lot:21314  1897-1907韩国光武十年10元 NGC MS 66

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 NGC MS66
拍品估价 USD 80000 - 90000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2018年8月ANA-世界钱币#D 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2018-08-16 21:00:00 结标日期 2018-08-17 03:00:00 拍卖状态 预展
拍品描述 KOREA. 10 Won, Year 10 (1906). Osaka Mint. Kuang Mu (1897-1907). NGC MS-66.21.4 mm; 8.31 gms. Alan D. Craig #52, J-V AD5, Fr-2, KM-1130. Reeded edge. Dragon coined in a dotted circle clutches the mythological Pearl of Celestial Wisdom, outer legend states the national name Dae Han, Regnal date, denomination in the Korean phonetic alphabet; Reverse: Vertical denomination under Korean Plum Flower Crest, all in wreaths composed of Rose of Sharon and Plum branches. The gold coins of 20, 10 and 5 Won appeared just before Koreas independence ended with the Japanese occupation. Of those 5,012 struck in the 10 Won denomination, most were kept in the Dai Ichi Ginko, Bank of Japan, as backing for gold notes, and nearly all were subsequently melted after the annexation. Few survive today, and this wonderfully pedigreed piece, tied for the highest graded with one other at NGC and PCGS combined, may very well be the finest, with glowing yellow-gold luster, an entirely crisp strike and surfaces on the dragon side that are virtually pristine. A cant-miss opportunity for the collector of elite Asian gold coinage!<p><em>The regnal name Kuang Mu, "Military Illustriousness," was assumed by King Kojong, in 1897 and appeared on the last Korean coins struck at Osaka to Japanese specifications. The Won coins show a Japanese-style dragon grasping the Celestial Pearl, unlike the Chinese dragons that only pursued this mythological symbol of wisdom. </em><p><p>NGC MS-66.