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Lot:51093 西藏宣统桑康果木一两金币 PCGS MS 63 CHINA. Tibet. Gold Presentation Tangka, ND (1910).

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SBP2022年10月香港#E-瑰宝之夜

2022-10-05 11:00:00

2022-10-05 18:00:00

PCGS MS63

USD 72000

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西藏宣統桑康果木一兩金幣。多德造幣廠。甘丹系列。六点。重4.97克。 举世无双的珍品中引人注目的一枚,其珍罕度可说是独一无二,放眼泉界首屈一指。异质金币打铸,铸工近乎完整,细节纤毫毕现。浅金光泽眩目,图文间见一丝深色包浆。此系列本已成藏家的不懈追求,异质打铸更是凤毛麟角。以 1910 年银质唐卡的风格打铸,据称用於在蒙兰节期间赠送僧侣。虽无从考究金质打铸的原意,但相信金样币的数目少於五枚。我们深入研究后查证到四枚已知的存世珍品:1. 此枚;2.Wolfgang Bertsch的集藏之中;3. Album 拍卖#12的拍品号900;4. 大英博物馆。此枚可说是西藏铸币中最神祕、且令人垂涎的一枚瑰宝。</em>CHINA. Tibet. Gold Presentation Tangka, ND (1910). Dode Mint. PCGS MS-63.L&M-Unlisted; cf. KM-Y-14 (for silver issue); cf. WS-0264 (same); YZM-Unlisted. "Ga-den" series; variety with six dots. Weight: 4.97 gms. Soaring to the rarified air of the uppermost reaches of RARITY, this miraculous Tibetan Presentation Tangka delivers a charm that hard to match with any other specimen. Nearly flawlessly executed in the off-metal gold, with refined details and a strike quality that leaves little to be desired. Pale golden luster shimmers off the flan in a joyous dance of attractivity. The only issue of consequence, marginal at that, is a very light amount of deep color that has built up within the devices. A piece that elevates the already desirable monk presentation Tangka to new heights with its striking in gold. Struck in the style of the 1910 Silver Tangka that was allegedly presented to Monks during the Monlam festival of that year. It is unknown why any were struck in gold, though extant examples of gold specimens are thought to number less than 5. Our extensive research has turned up 4 known examples: this example; one in the collection of Wolfgang Bertsch that is imaged on his website; one that appeared in Album Auction 12 as lot #900; and one specimen permanently impounded in the British Museum. As such, this piece remains one of the most elusive issues in the entirely history of Tibetan numismatics. </em>From the Hardie Collection.

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