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  • GERMANY. Halley's Comet silver Medal. Issued 1910. Commemorating the famous periodic comet (44mm, 29.84 g, 12h). By K. Goetz at the München mint. Kienast 71. PCGS MS-62. Extremely mirrored and prooflike, with some subtle toning at the peripheries and elegant frosting upon the devices. Somewhat conservatively assessed in the opinion of this cataloger. A fairly scarce and interesting non-satirical type from the hand of Goetz, far more difficult to encounter than the bronze version. The only such example in silver observed in the PCGS census.

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    GERMANY. Halley's Comet silver Medal. Issued 1910. Commemorating the famous periodic comet (44mm, 29.84 g, 12h). By K. Goetz at the München mint. Kienast 71. PCGS MS-62. Extremely mirrored and prooflike, with some subtle toning at the peripheries and elegant frosting upon the devices. Somewhat conservatively assessed in the opinion of this cataloger. A fairly scarce and interesting non-satirical type from the hand of Goetz, far more difficult to encounter than the bronze version. The only such example in silver observed in the PCGS census. BIN >> 1,985.00 (free domestic shipping; CA sales tax applicable for in-state deliveries without resale numbers; payment by PayPal, Zelle, Venmo, or check). https://www.numismagram.com/product-page/102640 #numismatics #medallicart #karlgoetz
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  • UNITED STATES. Philadelphia. Cathedral of St. Peter & St. Paul silvered white metal Medal. Issued 1864 (79mm, 223.56 g, 12h). By Anthony C. Paquet. Eidlitz 1129. Choice Mint State. Later silvering and engraving in 1890, as is fairly customary for the type; alluring matte surfaces. Includes original case of issue. Ex: Bowers & Merena (September 1985), lot 3208.

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    UNITED STATES. Philadelphia. Cathedral of St. Peter & St. Paul silvered white metal Medal. Issued 1864 (79mm, 223.56 g, 12h). By Anthony C. Paquet. Eidlitz 1129. Choice Mint State. Later silvering and engraving in 1890, as is fairly customary for the type; alluring matte surfaces. Includes original case of issue. Ex: Bowers & Merena (September 1985), lot 3208. BIN >> 1,095.00 (free domestic shipping; CA sales tax applicable for in-state deliveries without resale numbers; payment by PayPal, Zelle, Venmo, or check). https://www.numismagram.com/product-page/102832 #numismatics #medallicart #architecture
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    Is that a Comet? Numismagram Newsletter #126 (VII/2024)
    A few weeks back while in Southern California, an object overhead quickly caused quite a stir, as it had the appearance of a comet. Watching it in real time, however, this idea was quickly abandoned, as it was moving far too quickly to be a comet. Pictured above is an image of said object, offering a bright look and a rather voluminous tail trailing behind it. A search online revealed that, rather than a visitation from outside of our earthy realm, it was in fact terrestrial and bound for orbit, as it was a nearby SpaceX launch destined as a Starlink satellite. Even though it wasn’t a comet, it certainly provided a great deal of wonder, and allowed for a great photograph. Relatedly, that brings us to the first medal in this mid-month upload, something that does feature a comet…
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  • UNITED STATES & GERMANY. Colonial America and Preußen (Prussia) gold Medal. Issued 1763. The Treaty of Hubertusburg and the end of the Seven Years' War (French and Indian War in America) (22mm, 12h). By J. L. Oexlein for D. F. Loos in Leipzig. Betts 447 var. (silver); Pax in Nummis 596; Olding 930; Henckel 1659; Friedberg –; KM 292 (Prussia). PCGS VF Details (Bent). Fairly well circulated, though the noted planchet bend garnering a details designation is rather harsh, as the bend is far less evident than such a designation would indicate. The rarest of the three versions of this popular Americana-tangent medal, with the other two being the large and small size in silver.

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    UNITED STATES & GERMANY. Colonial America and Preußen (Prussia) gold Medal. Issued 1763. The Treaty of Hubertusburg and the end of the Seven Years' War (French and Indian War in America) (22mm, 12h). By J. L. Oexlein for D. F. Loos in Leipzig. Betts 447 var. (silver); Pax in Nummis 596; Olding 930; Henckel 1659; Friedberg –; KM 292 (Prussia). PCGS VF Details (Bent). Fairly well circulated, though the noted planchet bend garnering a details designation is rather harsh, as the bend is far less evident than such a designation would indicate. The rarest of the three versions of this popular Americana-tangent medal, with the other two being the large and small size in silver. BIN >> 1,295.00 (free domestic shipping; CA sales tax applicable for in-state deliveries without resale numbers; payment by PayPal, Zelle, Venmo, or check). https://www.numismagram.com/product-page/102632 #numismatics #medallicart #bettsmedals
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    Americana Medals! Numismagram Newsletter #125 (VII/2024)
    We’re now at the halfway point of the year, and the Fourth extended holiday weekend is right around the corner. It’s projecting to be a hot one here for us, with temperatures in the 90ºs to low 100ºs for the foreseeable future. As such, it’ll be a heat dome and likely the sound of many firecrackers as we get closer to the end of the week. And speaking of firecrackers, we’ve got an interesting assortment of Americana-themed medals in this early July upload. First up is a medal that, though not American, has a very clear connection…
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  • SWEDEN. Alfred Nobel silver Medal. Issued 1926. Commemorating the 30th anniversary of his death (45mm, 12h). By E. Lindberg for the Swedish Academy of Sciences. PCGS SP-63. Light graphite gray in hue, with an alluring matte nature. A very rare and desirable issue paralleling the Nobel nominating committee medals, which were also done by Erik Lindberg. From a mintage of just 150 examples.

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    SWEDEN. Alfred Nobel silver Medal. Issued 1926. Commemorating the 30th anniversary of his death (45mm, 12h). By E. Lindberg for the Swedish Academy of Sciences. PCGS SP-63. Light graphite gray in hue, with an alluring matte nature. A very rare and desirable issue paralleling the Nobel nominating committee medals, which were also done by Erik Lindberg. From a mintage of just 150 examples. BIN >> 1,395.00 (free domestic shipping; CA sales tax applicable for in-state deliveries without resale numbers; payment by PayPal, Zelle, Venmo, or check). https://www.numismagram.com/product-page/102765 #numismatics #medallicart #nobelmedal
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  • GERMANY. Hamburg. Satirical silver Medal. Issued circa 1708 or slightly thereafter. The supposed corruption of the imperial commission by the Jewish community (29mm, 5.46 g, 3h). By the Loos workshop in Berlin. PCGS MS-63. Deep gray toning, with some scattered iridescence and flashy brilliance when catching the light. The single finest graded example of the type in the PCGS census.

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    GERMANY. Hamburg. Satirical silver Medal. Issued circa 1708 or slightly thereafter. The supposed corruption of the imperial commission by the Jewish community (29mm, 5.46 g, 3h). By the Loos workshop in Berlin. PCGS MS-63. Deep gray toning, with some scattered iridescence and flashy brilliance when catching the light. The single finest graded example of the type in the PCGS census. BIN >> 985.00 (free domestic shipping; CA sales tax applicable for in-state deliveries without resale numbers; payment by PayPal, Zelle, Venmo, or check). https://www.numismagram.com/product-page/102560 #numismatics #medallicart #germany
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    Dark Matter Numismagram Newsletter #123 (VI/2024)
    We’re back with our first upload in June, and you may notice that something is just a tad different this time around. In some parallel universe, the idea of sending a newsletter on a weekend may actually be occurring, so we decided, since today is the beginning of the month, and the beginning of the month (as well as middle of the month) is when we offer new selections on our site, that we wouldn’t delay this until Monday just because the first of the month falls on a weekend. Speaking of parallel universes, that reminds me of a show currently streaming on Apple TV+ entitled Dark Matter. Without getting into it too much, it involves the concept of parallel universes as well as paths in life that were not chosen. While preparing this upload, I was struck by the opening credits of the show, as it features an Escheresque arrangement of gravity defying blocks that slowly twist and turn into a larger overall composition—essentially the many paths in life that one could walk, and the disparate outcomes that would thus ensue. Toward the end of the credits, as shown above, the resulting composition is mostly that of a cube, though some cutouts and sections are missing. Interestingly, it bears a great deal in common with this upload’s first highlight, a 2001 work from the British Art Medal Society series entitled Linlithgow Threshold...
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  • SWEDEN. Alfred Nobel silver Award Medal. Issued 2001 or later for participation on the nominating committee for the prize in medicine. PCGS SP-66. Blast white, with an alluring matte nature. Just one has been graded finer in the PCGS census among the types without a date or dating convention.

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    SWEDEN. Alfred Nobel silver Award Medal. Issued 2001 or later for participation on the nominating committee for the prize in medicine. PCGS SP-66. Blast white, with an alluring matte nature. Just one has been graded finer in the PCGS census among the types without a date or dating convention. BIN >> 595.00 (free domestic shipping; CA sales tax applicable for in-state deliveries without resale numbers; payment by PayPal, Zelle, Venmo, or check). https://www.numismagram.com/product-page/102558 #numismatics #medallicart #nobelmedals
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    Beer Fest Weather! Numismagram Newsletter #122 (V/2024)
    We’re back for our mid-May upload, with the extended unseasonably cool spring seemingly finally coming to an end—so much so that the weather was absolutely perfect for this past weekend’s Livermore Craft Beer Festival. With clear blue sky, low-humidity, and the low-mid 80°s, over 40 of NorCal’s breweries amassed for an afternoon of brews and music. But the action wasn’t limited to fulltime breweries, as there was even a stand for local homebrewers to enter their offerings...
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