Click title/picture for details. offer US $3,285.85 PERU 8 ESCUDOS FERDINAND VI 1760 EXTRA FINO ESTIMATED: 5,000 to 7,500 usd INCLUDE CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY DOUBLOON GOLD COIN All coins are guaranteed genuine!!! All items are satisfaction guaranteed, 15 days return privilege
Click title/picture for details. offer US $999.99 Country: FRANCE Date: 1860, Napoleon III Denomination: Commemorative Medal (Ministry of Agriculture), issued for Agriculture exhibition in Paris Reported Mintage: N/A (usually very low mintage, no more than 50-60 pieces) KM (Krause-Mishler) Catalog: Weight: 25 g. (0.7117 oz., 0.900 GOLD) Diameter: 33.5 mm Obverse Design: Large bust of Emperor Napoleon III Reverse Design: Inscriptions and wreath Grading Opinion: An beautiful Brilliant Uncirculated medal. Mint Lustrous. Additional Comments: Very SCARCE French solid gold medal in beautiful condition.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $599.90 Country: Romania Date: 1906, Carol I Denomination: 20 Lei Reported Mintage: 15.000 KM (Krause-Mishler) Catalog: KM# 37 Weight: 6.4516 g. (0.1867 oz., 0.900 GOLD) Diameter: 22 mm Obverse Design: Bearded head left Reverse Design: Head left Grading Opinion: An beautiful Extra Fine coin. Additional Comments: Scarce solid gold coin in beautiful condition. 40th Anniversary - Reign of Carol I. Carol I of Romania, original name Prince Karl Eitel Friedrich Zephyrinus Ludwig of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, later simply of Hohenzollern (April 20th, 1839 - 10 October [O.S. 27 September] 1914), German prince, was elected Domnitor (Prince) of Romania on April 20th, 1866, following the overthrow of Alexandru Ioan Cuza, and proclaimed king on March 26th 1881, with the acquiescence of the Porte and the Turkish Sultan whose armies were defeated in Roumania's 1877 Independence War with the Ottoman Empire by the Roumanian-Russian army under the command of Prince Carol I. He was, then, the first ruler of the Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen dynasty which would rule the country until the imposition of a Stalin-directed republic, dictated at gun point in a coup d'etat devised by Dr. Petru Groza whose government was backed up by the Soviet armies of occupation in 1947; this forced abdication (and later exile) of King Michael I of Roumania by his former Soviet allies occurred shortly after the soviet dictator Joseph (Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili) Stalin bestowed the Soviet Order of Victory upon King Michael I for his central role in the overturn of the Germans in Roumania in late August 1944. -