USD 60000 - 75000
POLAND. Second Polish Republic. Gold 100 Marek Pattern, 1922. Warsaw Mint. PCGS SPECIMEN-64. KM-Pn239; Kop-2760 (R8); Par-P166f. Mintage: 3 in Gold. Among the <strong>RAREST </strong>of patterns from the Second Polish Republic, this incredible specimen in gold was a treasure from the moment of its production, with only three examples composed of gold. This design was never adopted for general circulation, and remained forever a pattern, the design being idealized to its fullest form here in gold. Special care was taken in the production of the piece, as can be seen by the specimen quality surfaces and wholesome shimmer. Some slight friction is noted, though this is very limited in quantity and does not impact the vivid reflectivity in really any way. An exceptional piece from the Second Polish Republic, and a pattern that is not oft to come to market at regular frequency. From the Anthony J. Taraszka Collection. <p>Ex: Triton IV (12/2000) Lot #2892.<p>Ex: Swiss Banking Corporation (01/1987) Lot #1281.<p>Ex: Farouk Collection.