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    Zurich. Canton "Stampfer" Taler ND (c. 1560) MS64 NGC, Dav-8783B, HMZ-2-1123b, Divo-9. By Hans Jakob Stampfer. Utterly captivating, sunset tones dressing both faces and considerably brightening the details for this usually darkly toned type. Often found well-circulated with planchet flaws, we can observe just the most minor annealing flaws around the cantonal arms, which easily melt into the design and are of little distraction to the eye. For comparison, we note that the Redwood example was only an AU53, and the Moretti example an XF45.
    Ex. Hesselgesser Collection (Goldberg Auction 36, May 2006, Lot 2760)

    From the Cape Coral Collection of European Crowns

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