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    Incredible Regensburg City View Gold 8 Ducats

    Regensburg. Free City gold 8 Ducats, ND (1765-90), Ex: Ira and Larry Goldberg's important May 26, 2008 sale of the Millennia Collection, where it was described, "German States -- Regensburg. Gold 8 Ducats, ND-ICB (after 1773). Fr-2558; Beckenbauer-221; Plato --. 27.91 grams. Joseph II, 1765-1790. Johann Christoph Busch, mintmaster. Obverse die engraver Johann L. Oexlein; reverse, Johann N. Koernlein. Aerial city view from the north, bridges across robust river. Reverse: Crowned, double-headed eagle holding sword and globus cruciger, crowned shield and order at breast. Light handling marks, otherwise exceptionally sharp with prooflike fields, the devices satiny to matte with frosted relief. Exemplary, and of the Highest Rarity. NGC graded MS-63 Prooflike." A fitting description for a spectacular gold numismatic rarity.

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    January, 2012
    2nd-3rd Monday-Tuesday
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