So back in May I looked through some binders that were laying around in one of my LCS stores. There was a large amount of nice world coins and I was very interested in buying them. However, they were part of an appraisal and the LCS had not bought them yet. Well, yesterday I got the call that my store had bought the lot. So I came down and picked out what I liked (basically every silver coin in the lot). In the end I ended up getting very fair prices and overall I am very happy with what I got. Here are some of my favorites from the lot: 1824A Prussian Thaler, VF Details - Holed. Great detail, lots of character, good patina 1828 5 Franc, VF20, great patina toning from old cleaning (blue, not visible in pic). This one makes me think of Filthy Frank every time I see it (sorry to everyone who knows who that is) 1843 1 Rouble, I grade AU53. Has some wear and patina issues, but still has plenty of luster on both sides (couldn't capture the reverse very well). This is probably my favorite coin of the lot. 1910 Revolutionary Caballito Peso - Mexico. Have always wanted to own one of these and now I do! Despite having a semi-old cleaning, this coin still exhibits a decent amount of original mint luster and some blue-yellow toning on the edges. Then again I am very happy to finally have one of my own. 1783A Reichsthaler, Friedrich der Grosse. Cool to have a chunky silver crown from the colonial era that isn't an 8 reale! Next is probably the least eye-appealing coin in the lot. But I have always liked the Bavarian variety 5 marks and for the price it was still a great deal. 1904-D Bavarian 5 Mark, German Empire. XF45, some luster still left. Patina issues. 1811 5 Franc, Napoleon on obv. Nice historic coin with an attractive circcam patina. Here are a couple more coins I got. Even still, that isn't the entire lot. Might offer these for sale in the future once I get more organized. Very satisfied with my coins today, thanks for reading through!