23-11-2016 – 01-01-1970
Atlas Numismatics Publishes their Newest Fixed-Price List
Atlas Numismatics has updated their website with 284 new coins, medals, and tokens at fixed prices.
Choice Ptolemy III Octodrachm
1039714: GREEK. PTOLEMAIC KINGS OF EGYPT. Ptolemy III Euergetes. (Pharaoh, 246-222 BC). AV Octodrachm. NGC Ch. AU (Choice About Uncirculated) Strike 5/5 Surface 4/5 Fine Style. 27.84gm. Radiate and diademed bust of deified Ptolemy III right, wearing aegis and trident over left shoulder / Radiate cornucopiae bound with royal diadem. Svoronos 1117; BMC 103; SNG Copenhagen 196 Kraay-Hirmer 803. Lustrous and attractive. $25,500
Lustrous Charles IV Colombia 8 Escudos
1040399: COLOMBIA. Charles IV. 1808-P JF AV 8 Escudos. NGC MS64. CAROL IIII D G HISP ET IND R. Uniformed bust right / IN UTROQ FELIX AUSPICE DEO. Crowned arms within Order chain. KM 62.2. Superb strike and luster, exceptional quality for the issue. $6,950
Napoleon III Double Thaler in Gold
1039436: GERMAN STATES. Mainz. Napoleon III of France. 1855-61 (ND) AV Essai Double Thaler. NGC PR64 Ultra Cameo. By Ferdinand Korn. 41.1mm. 20.99gm. NAPOLEON III EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH. Head of the French Emperor left, signed F.KORN below truncation / GOD / PROTECTION / EMPEROR / AND / REICH, below IN MAINZ. Inscription on five lines within wreath. Maz.-1748B; VG-3588. Extremely rare. Superb deep cameo contrast. $65,000
Beautifully Toned Commonwealth Unite
1039610: GREAT BRITAIN. England. (no Ruler Name). 1653-(Sun) AV Unite. NGC MS63. THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND (mm). Shield with St. George’s cross within wreath / (date) GOD WITH VS. Shields with St. George’s cross and the Irish harp, denomination XX above, all within beaded ring. SCBC-3208; Friedberg 269. Superb orange-gold patina, highly lustrous surfaces. Exceptional quality. $33,500
Finest Certified 1820 Pattern Five Pounds
1040184: GREAT BRITAIN. George III. (King, 1760-1820). 1820 AV Pattern Five Pounds. PCGS PR63DCAM (Deep Cameo). By Benedetto Pistrucci. Edge: Raised lettering: DECUS ET TUTAMEN. ANNO REGNI LX. 39.96gm. GEORGIUS III D: G: – BRITANNIAR: REX F: D: (date). Laureate head right, date below. Signed beneath truncation, Pistrucci / St. George and dragon, without legend. Signed beneath ground line, Pistrucci. Small w.w.p. on ground by dragon’s tail (William Wellesley Pole). KM-Pn84; SCBC-3783; WR-177 (R4); Montagu 556.
Only 25 pieces struck. One of the finest surviving examples of this extremely rare type and the finest certified example of 4 pieces graded by both services. Frosted devices and deeply mirrored fields. $585,000
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