Discussion in 'World Coins' started by lordmarcovan, Dec 14, 2018.
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I just picked one up myself (this week)
Wilhelm I. 1861-1888.
Silbermedaille 1867, von F. W. Kullrich, auf die 25-Jahrfeier des Kölner Dombauvereins. Köpfe der Schirmherren des Dombaues, Friedrich Wilhelm IV. und Wilhelm I. nebeneinander l.//Ansicht des Doms in unfertigem Zustand. 69,97 mm; 166,31 g.
Marienb. 10390 (dort in Bronze); Sommer K 60; Weiler 118.
I bid on that, slightly over the pre-auction estimate, but it went way over the high estimate and I didn't have the time to log in for the real-time auction and update my bid. Really beautiful specimen.
I don't own it but saw it an upcoming auction. Real nice detail on the cathedral.
Oh, and those little vignette portraits! Wonderful.
Halfpenny token within the Conder series.
1980 German Non-circulating 5 Mark.
100th anniversary of the completed restoration of Cologne Cathedral
The cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, a jewel of Spanish Romanesque architecture and one of the most famous pilgrimage destinations in the world, is encircled by the lettering "ESPAÑA" (Spain), the royal monogram and the twelve stars of Europe
That's the exact one I am hoping to find someday.
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