Atlas Numismatics Published Their Newest Fixed-Price List
Atlas Numismatics has updated their website with 474 new coins, medals, and tokens at fixed prices. Selections include the following items:
Flanders Cavalier d’Or
1057446: Belgium. Flanders. Bruges. Philippe le Bon. (Count, 1419-1467). (1419-67) AV Cavalier d’Or. PCGS MS64. 3.63gm. Armored knight with sword on charging horse back, right / Small shield of Flanders arms over Burgundian arms on floriated cross. Fr.-183; Delm.-487. Superb strike and luster, very rare in this quality. $6,750
Proof Belgium 1853 100 Francs
1057556: Belgium. Leopold I. (King, 1831-1865). 1853 AV 100 Francs. NGC PR62. By Leopold P. Wiener. Bruxelles. Edge: DIEU PROTÈGE LA BELGIQUE ***. 37mm. 32.28gm. LEOPOLD PREMIER ROI DES BELGES. Head left / Conjoined heads right; date: 21-22 AOUT 1853. KM X-3.1 (X#M3.1; Hyphen between dates, 21-22); LA# BHM-2.3. Commemorating the marriage of Léopold II and Marie Henriette. From a reported mintage of 482 pieces. $39,500.
Exceptional Bavaria 5 Ducats
1057938: German States. Bavaria. Maximilian I. (Elector of Bavaria, 1573-1651). 1640 AV 5 Ducat. NGC MS64. 38mm. 17.38gm. MAXIMIL : COM : PAL : RH : VT : BA : DVX : S : R : I : ARCHIDAP : ET : ELECT. Standing portrait of Elector with sword in scabbard; his right hand rests on his scepter while his left hand reaches for a realm of apples that lies on a pedestal, upon the front of which is engraved the coat of arms / NISI : DOM : CVSTODIERIT : CIVIT : FRVST : VIGIL : QVI : CVSTODIT . City view of new fortifications of Munich, date divided by city view; Madonna and child above. KM 269; Friedberg 196; Hauser 83; Slg.Cahn 174; Wittelsbach 811; Hahn N125.
Superb and exceptional; highly lustrous and sharply struck. $59,500
Attractively Toned 1842 Halfcrown
1057854: Great Britain. Victoria. (Queen, 1837-1901). 1842 AR Halfcrown. NGC MS64. VICTORIA DEI GRATIA. Head left / BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID: DEF:. Crowned arms within branches. KM 740; SCBC-3888.
Beautifully toned. $2,250.
1831 Platinum 12 Roubles
1058265: Russia. Nicholas I. (Czar, 1825-1855). 1831-CПБ Platinum 12 Roubles. NGC AU55. St. Petersburg. Edge: Milled. Crowned double-headed imperial eagle facing with wings displayed, holding scepter and orb, coat-of-arms of Moskva framed by Order of St. Andrei Первозванного (the First Called) on breast; arms of Kazan, Astrakhan, and Novosibirsk on right wing, Kingdom of Poland, Caucasus, and Grand Duchy of Finland on left; imperial crown above / (rosette) 96 ЗОΛ · 68 ДОΛ · ЧИСТОЙ УРАΛЬСКОЙ ПΛАТИНЫ (96 zolotniky, 68 doleï unalloyed Ural platinum)// (rosette) 12 (rosette)/РУБΛЕЙ/НА СЕРЕБРО/ 1831./C.П.Б. Value, text and date within circle. C 179; Friedberg 158; Bitkin 40; Severin, Gold, 604; Uzdenikov 0368.
Just 1,463 pieces struck, despite this being from the year with the highest mintage.
Platinum discovered in the Urals of Western Siberia let to an imperial decree and the production of new Russian decimal coinage denominations. $39,500.
Superb 1728 8 Reales
1058089: Spain. Philip V. 1728-(Aqueduct) F AR 8 Reales. NGC MS64. Segovia. PHILIPPUS V D G. Crowned Spanish shield, ornate floral stops in legend / HISPANIARUM … Arms of Castile and Leon. KM 336.1; Dav.-1697.
Sharply struck and beautifully toned. $7,500.
Current and Upcoming Events
Atlas will be attending the following numismatic convention this Winter.
January 8th -12th, 2020 – Table #1252
Orange County Convention Center
9800 International Drive
January 16-19, 2019 – Table #800
Grand Hyatt Hotel
109 East 42nd Street, New York, NY
Located between Park and Lexington Avenues.