1. 1614 Doppeltaler, Teutonic Order, Hall, 58.20g. This one is a big purchase in all sense of it. I sought out and purchased this coin raw from MA-Shops and submitted it to NGC. It came back AU-53, which feels just fine and looks better then many other higher graded coins I've seen. 2. 1866 Groschen, Hannover, NGC MS67+. This is my highest graded German States coinage (and also my highest graded coin intended for circulation). I picked this one up on eBay and bid on it before going to bed in Germany, because it ended in the middle of the night. I picked it up for less than my bid and am very happy with how it looks in hand. 3. 1559-1623 (no date) 2 Kreuzer Strasbourg, PCGS VF35. Admittedly, I did not purchase this, it was gifted to me, but it had been on my watch list, waiting for my hobby funds to open up. I have been to Strasbourg several times and highly recommend the city and the castle about an hour south of the city (Haut Koenigsburg). Strasbourg is the capital of the beautiful Alsace region, with amazing food and views. I couldn't be more pleased to have this coin in my collection (thanks @micbraun !!!) 4. 1708 3 Petermenger, Trier, NGC VF30, eBay purchase. This coin stuck out to me because of its unique denomination. In this era, the inhabitants of Trier were very religious and used Petermenger instead of Pfennig as their "penny" value. The photos don't do it justice, but they're the best I have at the moment. 5. 1712 1/2 Kreuzer, Hall. I found this coin at the Baltimore Whitman Show, and despite already being over budget, I couldn't leave without it. The detail on this little coin (14mm) is incredible. I might have to pick up the pfennig, which is actually only 13mm. 6. 1624 2 Kreuzer, Bavaria, PCGS MS64. I picked this coin up from eBay due to the beautiful toning it displayed. The PCGS glamor shot really brings it out. 7. 1678 1 Kreuzer, Nurnberg. Another Baltimore purchase and a nice addition to an unintentionally growing collection of UNC Greman states coins. The price was right, so I picked it up. 8. 1817 Brodmarke, Elberfeld Korn Verein, ebay purchase. This is actually a token, but has a very unique history to it. I'm working on an article explaining its significance, so don't spoil it! I could've bought a better example, but I liked the off-center strike. 9. 1766 1 Heller, Anhalt-Zerbst, ebay purchase. At 17mm, this coin is about the size of a dime. I have not yet thoroughly researched this region, but the coin stood out to me. 10. 1739 1/12 Thaler, Reuss-Ebersdorf. Last, but certainly not least. The lighting/color is a little darker in hand. I found the obverse so unique and interesting that I just couldn't let this go, despite concerns that it had been cleaned. Even if it has, I am very happy with this addition to my collection.