Atlas Numismatics

31. March 2016

Fixed-Price List

Atlas Numismatics Publishes their Newest Fixed-Price List

Atlas Numismatics has updated their website with 1,116 new coins, medals, and tokens at fixed price. Selections include the following items:

Sicily. Leontini. Tetradrachm.

Sicily. Leontini. Tetradrachm.

Beautifully Toned Leontini Tetradrachm
1035091: GREEK. SICILY. Leontini. Struck circa 430-420 BC. Tetradrachm. NGC MS * (Mint State *) Strike 5/5 Surface 5/5 Fine Style. Basel 353. Boehringer, Münzgeschichte 55. Rizzo pl. XXIV, 4. SNG ANS 257. Reverse die signed by the “Maestro della foglia”. A superb example, beautifully toned. $13,950.

Zeugitana. Carthage. Stater.

Zeugitana. Carthage. Stater.

Superb Carthage Stater
1035838: GREEK. ZEUGITANA. Carthage. Struck circa 350-320 BC. Stater. NGC Ch. MS (Choice Mint State) Strike 5/5 Surface 4/5 Fine Style. Jenkins & Lewis Group IIIg, 64; MAA 4. Superb and exceptional, full fresh mint luster. High relief example struck from fine style dies. $24,500.

Danish West Indies. Christian IX. 10 Daler.

Danish West Indies. Christian IX. 10 Daler.

Mint State Danish West Indies 10 Daler
1036209: DANISH WEST INDIES. Christian IX. 1904-(h) 10 Daler, 50 Francs. NGC MS61. Copenhagen. KM 73; Friedberg 1; Hede 29; Schl 83. Flashy luster, very attractive. $12,500.

Saxony-Albertine. Johann. 2 Thaler.

Saxony-Albertine. Johann. 2 Thaler.

Wonderful Saxony Double Thaler in Gold
1035940: GERMAN STATES. Saxony-Albertine. Johann. 1872 Pattern 2 Thaler, 3-1/2 Gulden. NGC PR63 Cameo. cf KM 1231.1 (for type in silver); KS 160 note. Struck to commemorate the 50th wedding anniversary of King Johann and Queen Amalie Auguste. Extremely rare. Frosted devices and mirrored fields. $49,500.

Peru. 2 Pieces.

Peru. 2 Pieces.

Extraordinary Peruvian Mated Pair (Mint Errors)
1035122: PERU. 1867 & 1868 YB 2 Pieces (1/5 Sol & Sol). PCGS AU53 Mint Errors- Mated Pair, Brockage and Strike-Through. Lima. KM 191 (1/5 Sol) & KM 196.3 Arabic 1, Type II (Sol). This 1/5 Sol (Coin #2) with a weight of 5 grams was struck into the obverse side of the Sol (Coin #1), brockaged by the 1/5 Sol (Coin #2). $16,500.

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