My "Top 10" from World/ Ancients will be later in Dec.

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by panzerman, Nov 26, 2021.

  1. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    1/ Bern AV Doppel Dukat 1771
    2/ 3/ England AV Half Ryal ND (1466/67) Tower Mint Edward IV
    4/ 5/ Parma AV Quadrupla (2 Doppie) 1626 Parma Mint Odonardo Farnese Duke of Parma
    6/ 7/ Chile AV 8 Escudos 1842-So Santiago Mint
    8/ 9/ Braunschweig-Wolfenbuttel/ Herzogtum AV 10 Taler CvC Braunschweig Mint
    Karl I
    10/ Navarre AV Florin d'or ND Saint-Palais Mint Charles II le Mauvais 1345-87
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  3. panzerman

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    PART-2
    7/Mainz/ Saint Albans Abbey AV Goldgulden 1725 Mainz Mint
    8/9/ France AV Louis d'or 1751-BB Strasbourg Mint Louis XV 1715-74
    10 Braunschweig-Blankenburg/ Furstentum AV Quarter Dukat 1720 Braunschweig Mint Ludwig Rudolf 1714-31
    This Country only existed from 1714-31
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  4. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    All of those beauties are amazing gold pieces but I especially like the Chile 8 Escudos 1842! :cigar: btw, which one is the priciest? Numbers not necessary, just wondering? That 1725 holding head is an amazing gold as well, love it!:D
     
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  5. 1934 Wreath Crown

    1934 Wreath Crown Well-Known Member

    Excellent buys John. I see you've been busy at Heritage:happy:

    I especially like the Bern 2 Ducats and the Mainz Goldgulden.
     
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  6. spirityoda

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  7. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    What is going on with the head ? Does it come off/down ??? Looks weird/cool.

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  8. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    Is it Lucifer from Battlestar Galactica ?

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  9. panzerman

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    Saint Albans was a "pagan" living in Britannia under Roman rule. The Emperor Diocletian issued a decree that every person had to worship Roman Gods. Alban took pity on a priest hiding from religious persecution in Britannia, he hid him away in his house.Eventually, Roman soldiers found Alban and the priest. Albans had put on the priest's garments and declared his belief in the true God. He ended up being sentenced to death/ and was beheaded. Thus St. Albans Priory struck coins with the Saint holding his severed head.
     
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  10. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    Good to know as I have a severed head coin too, not as expensive or as rare as yours though! Headless coins are hard to come by! :D

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  11. Chris B

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    All stunning but I'm particularly fond of the piece from Chile.
     
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  12. wittwolf

    wittwolf Well-Known Member

    Awesome pieces, my favorite would be the italian one. I just love italian renaissance coinage!
     
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  13. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Talerman/ here it is....
     
  14. talerman

    talerman Well-Known Member

    Thank you. I found it. And WOW as expected !
     
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  15. Al Kowsky

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    John, Great coins as usual :jawdrop:! The Italian 2 doppie is my favorite :happy:. The portrait is stunning & the reverse coat of arms finely engraved. A true Baroque masterpiece. My 2nd favorite is the German 10 thaler coin :D. It has a fine low-relief portrait & the horse looks very energetic :woot:. The 1/4 dukat from the Braunschweig Mint with St. Albans is certainly bizarre & finely executed for such a small coin :cool:.
     
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  16. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Glad you found it:)
    Just to let you know, your coins/ posts/ historical facts are always so nice to look at/ thanks for sharing that with us, I learned a lot!
    John
     
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  17. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Thank you Al!:) Wish You and Your Family a Wonderfull New Year!!!!
    We are taking part in a great adventure with our hobby. You can go back in history when you look at each coins obverse/ reverse.....amazing:D The St. Albans Priory AV Dukat shows Roman cruelty at its best/ maybe the so called "barbarians" where tame in comparison.....
    John
     
  18. Robidoux Pass

    Robidoux Pass Well-Known Member

    What an impressive group. I'm so impressed I cannot even be jealous.

    I think the Edward IV half ryal is my favorite, in other words, the one I would most like to have in my collection.

    On the other hand, the one I cannot get out of my mind is the Saint Albans Goldgulden. Eerie!
     
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  19. panzerman

    panzerman Well-Known Member

    Thanks! I managed to grab that Edward IV AV Half Ryal as a "unsold " lot. Over past ten years/ I probably got some of my best coins that way:)
    Wish You and Your Loved Ones a Happy/ Healthy 2022!!!!!
    John
     
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