Emperor Leopold I coin is priced €50,000
Emperor Leopold I coin is priced 50,000
One of the most distinctive ancient coins depicting the Holy Roman Emperor will auction online
HR Rauch's auction of ancient coins will be held between May 12-14, among whose highlights is this 10 Dukaten gold coin from 1675.
Estimated at a huge 50,000, the coin bears of the likeness of Leopold I, the Holy Roman Emperor and King of Germany, whose reign lasted from 1658-1705.
King Leopold's coins are regarded as among the most distinctive in ancient numismatics. Particularly unique is almost cartoon-like depiction of his Habsburg lip (or protruding lower jaw).
The Rmisch Deutsches Reich Leopold I coin, priced 50,000
Weighing 34,64g, this gold specimen is auctioning online and will be keenly eyed by collectors all over the globe.
Bidding on the coin ends on Wednesday (May 12) via Sixbid, the online auction website.
Elsewhere, Paul Fraser Collectibles is currently in possession of a number of exceptional rare coins which are on the market and available to collectors.
Including a spectacular 2,500-year-old silver Tetradrachm from the Macedonian city of Akanthos, a masterpiece of early die-engraving, our collection of coins can be viewed here.