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    Saxony. Johann Georg I gold 2 Ducat 1630 MS63 PCGS, KM421, Fr-2701. 6.88gm. CONFESS LUTHER: AUG: EXHIBITÆ SECULUM, Johann Georg, facing right, dressed in royal robes and cap, sword in right hand held over shoulder, extending left; IOH-GEO across fields, 1630 Z5 JULY around above / NOMEN (shield) DOMINI (shield) TURRIS (shield) FORTISSIMA, Prince-Elector Johann I of Saxony facing right, clothed in royal attire with cap, clutching sword in right hand over right shoulder; IOAN-NES across fields, 1530 25 JULY around above. A stunning example of the type with a formidable strike and choice eye appeal. We note that an MS-62 graded example sold in our August 17, 2018 Platinum Night sale (Sale# 3066, Lot# 30228) for  $6,000 including Buyer's Premium.

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    January, 2019
    6th-7th Sunday-Monday
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