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Raised some funds selling medals to purchase these which are in transit. These are sellers images. The Salzburgs in particular, while common, are quite challenging to find beyond MS-62. What I really like about all of these is the eye appeal.


1618 Teutonic Order. Grandmaster Maximilian (1612-1618). DAV-3324. Tirol, Hall Mint. Wonderfully toned piece. NGC MS-64.




1653. Salzburg. Paris of Lodron (1619-1653) Taler. DAV-3504. Light silvery rose patina with blue and golden peripheral toning. NGC MS-62




1694. Salzburg. Johann Ernst von Thun und Hohenstein (1687-1709) Taler. DAV-3510. Very attractive silvery rose with deeper blue at the peripheries. Amazing eye appeal. PCGS MS-62.




1729. Salzburg. Leopold Anton Eleutherius, Freiherr von Firmian (1727-1744) Taler. DAV-1241. KM-329. Probst 2145. Scarcer type given relative low mintages in this era. Even medium gray antique patina on a sharp strike. NGC MS-62.



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