19-07-2017 – 01-01-1970
Fixed price offers by Marek Melcer’s Podlaski Gabinet Numizmatyczny
New Polish Dealer selling on MA-Shops
MA-Shops is a platform for dealers of collectible items. It offers a wide variety (over 700,000) of coins, banknotes, medals, militaria and other collectibles, stamps and even bottles of wine directly to the collector. All items are updated hourly on the easy-to-use website. MA-Shops works with a network of especially reputable European coin dealers. And the number of certified dealers keeps growing. A new polish dealer joined MA-Shops recently:
Logo Podlaski Gabinet.
Marek Melcer’s Podlaski Gabinet Numizmatyczny has been officially established in 2000. From the beginning the company’s main mission has been aimed at reliable coin evaluation and coin grading.
Since 1999 they have organised fifteen professional numismatic auctions together with the Poznanski Dom Aukcyjny. Throughout all these years, Podlaski Gabinet has gained a substantial experience in the coin trade and coin grading.
It is the first Polish company (and the only one in three) invited to join the prestigious German organization Der Verband der deutschen Münzenhändler e.V affiliating associations that deal with only licensed numismatic sales.
The company helps collectors in creating and building up their coin collection. It is in close partnership with many numismatic companies and auction houses both in the country and abroad. What is more, Podalski Gabinet is actively present at the majority of important exchanges and numismatic auctions.
This is a selection of coins currently offered by this dealer:
August II Thaler 1717, Dresden mint.
Silver 45 mm, weight 29,30 g. Catalogue References: Kopicki 11119 R4, Kaminski 629, Gumowski 2106. Very attractive and rare thaler minted to commemorate the death of the mother of Frederick Augustus I, Anna Sophia. 4,150 USD.
½ Rouble 1819 NC Russia
Weight: 10.36 g Diameter: 28.00 mm. Catalogue References: Bitkin 163, KM C# 129. Condition: Scarce in this condition. 3,500 USD.
Stater Kingdom of Macedon
Weight: 8.58 g Diameter: 17.00 mm. Ancient Greece. Kingdom of Macedon. Philip II 359-336 BC. Gold 17 mm, weight 8,58 g., Amphipolis mint. Obverse: Laureate head of Apollo right. Reverse: Charioteer driving biga right, holding kentron in right hand, reins in left; ivy leaf below horses. Catalogue references: Le Rider 70. 2,500 USD.
German New Guinea 5 Marks 1894
Weight: 27.77 g Diameter: 38.00 mm. Catalogue References: KM 5. 2,215 USD.
Australia 100 dollars 2010 P. High Relief Koala
Weight: 31.10 g Diameter: 27.00 mm. Catalogue References: KM 1469. Diameter 27 mm, 1 Oz. Gold. Certificate PCGS PR 69 DCAM, scarce, low mintage 2000 pcs. Proof – High Relief. 1,650 USD.
You can find the MA-Shop of Podlaski Gabinet here.