Yellow gold charm bracelet 750 (18 kt), with\n8 pendants 585 (14 kt) of which there are two framed coins.\nThe first coin: 1 Austrian Ducat 986,\nthe second is a 585 Kennedy medal.\nBracelet has been hardly worn and is in great condition.\nLength approx. 20 cm, total weight 62.3 g\nPlease see pictures. Jewellery---
1915 Austrian 4 ducat gold coin mounted as a pendant. Mounted in 14kt yellow gold. Total approx. weight of pendant is 12.0 dwt. From a Yonkers, NY estate. Dimensions: 1.70" w x 1.87" h. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches and minor dings/dents. Condition:, 1915 Austrian 4 ducat gold coin mounted as a pendant. Mounted in 14kt yellow gold. Total approx. weight of pendant is 12.0 dwt. From a Yonkers, NY estate. Dimensions: 1.70" w x 1.87" h. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches a
KM-Pn16 (1/2 Kreuzer), Fr-168, HMZ-2-226v. An extremely rare off-metal Pattern of the billon 1/2 Kreuzer in gold. Although previously bent and straightened, the details are complete and the coin exhibits bright luster.HID07601242017
AUSTRIA. Salzburg. 1/4 Ducat, 1734. Leopold Anton Eleutherius. NGC MS-65.KM-330; Fr-851. Jewel-like quality with extreme gleam in the fields and seemingly pristine surfaces. Truly amazing quality for a nearly 300 year old coin.Estimate: $500 - $700.Click here for certification details from NGC.
KM172, Fr-49d, HMZ-2-96b. This choice fractional gold piece is the only example of the type currently certified by NGC, a fact in itself telling as to its scarcity. This is compounded when considering that not a single specimen has been seen by PCGS either, rendering this offering the only certified example of the type in existence that we are aware of. If any coin has the visual appeal to match its rarity it is this one, the devices crisp, the fields decidedly prooflike and offering reflectivit
GERMANY. Nurnburg. 1/32 Ducat, ND (ca. 1700). PCGS Genuine--Filed Rims, Unc Details Gold Shield.KM-245; Fr-1897. Displaying lustrous honey-gold color and evenly rendered designs. Even up magnified inspection, the aforementioned "Rim Filing" is difficult to spot. One of the world's smallest gold coins and as a result, a coin that is always demanded by type collectors.Estimate: $50 - $100.Provenance: Ex: Dr. Roy Porter. Ex: Ten Eyck Collection (B. Max Mehl - 5/1922) Lot # 1397.Click here for certi
1 Austrian gold ducat depicting Emperor Franz Joseph of 1915, a very popular historical gold coin. This Austrian gold ducat depicting Emperor Franz Joseph of 1915 is an official restrike of the state of Austria and is an attractive opportunity to inexpensively invest in a historical gold coin with a very high gold content for the time - gold ducats.\nDucats were first struck in Venice in 1284. In the years that followed, its distribution spread all over Europe. In 1559 the ducat was also declare
AUSTRIAN EMPIRE FRANZ JOSEPH 4 DUCATS 1915, 13.96 grams, 986 GOLD\n\nOne of them has a gold frame around it and a gold ring as can be seen in the pictures (total weight: 17.14 grams)\n\nTotal weight of both, including the frame and ring: 31.1 grams Coins & Banknotes---
Original. \n\nVery rare gold ducat from 1594, Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor (15521612), country - Hungary. Actual weight 3.44 g, diameter 21 mm, catalogue: \nFriedberg 63. Beautiful UNC condition. The ducat is 100 percent original, I'm giving a life warranty for this coin. It is a very rare coin, more so in this state of preservation. \n\nI also invite you to my other auctions. Kind regards. Ale. Coins & Banknotes---
Ferdinand IV of Bourbon (17591816) 6 Ducats 1770, Naples,\n\n Gold weight: 8.81 g - 25.91 mm.\n\n Obverse/ FERDI ¥IV¥D¥G¥SICIL¥ET¥HIER¥REX, imperious adult bust facing right with hair flowing over the shoulders ¥B¥P¥. Reverse: HISPA IAR¥ I FA S¥1770, crowned shield on the field with honours between laurel and palm leaves, at the sides C C, in the upper left part R and underneath D 6, embossed edge. . MIR 357/1, CNI 77, Pannuti R. 18. Rare. Almost XF. Coins & Banknotes---
Batavian Republic - Utrecht:\nSilber Dukat oder Rijksdaalder 1800- Münz-Meistermarke. Wapentje van Utrecht (Utrecht Waffe)\nQualität: Sehr gut.\nNVMH / Sch. 69; CNM: 2,43,92; Verkade: 106,1; Delmonte: 982 - 982a\nKommt in einem Münzhalter.\n\nBitte schauen Sie sich die Fotos an, um sich selbst ein Bild zu machen.\n\nPaketversand per Einschreiben, versichert bis 500,00 €.
Description: German States: Nuremberg. 1/16 Klippe Ducat, ND (1700). Nuremberg. 1/16 Klippe Ducat, ND (1700). Fr-1896; KM-247. 0.21 grams. Crowned arms. Reverse; Paschal lamb. NGC graded (Not in holder) MS-62, With Photo and tag. Estimate Value $150 - 200