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Denmark, Wodan/Odin-sceatta ca. 720-820 AD

Denmark, Wodan/Odin-sceatta dated ca. 720-820 AD, struck in Ribe. Grading: VF/XF. This coin type is Denmark’s and Skandinavia’s oldest coin type according to M. Metcalf. Reference: Abramson 103.10, SCBI 63 (BM), 446-51, cf. SCBI 69 (Abramson), 334–44 (for type), North 116, SCBC 797. Weight: 1,14 g. 

Protocol no. 2691

kr 12,500

Danish West Indies, 12 skilling 1763

Danish West Indies, 12 skilling dated 1763, struck under King Frederik V. Reference: H 5B. Weight: 2,98 g.

Protocol no. 2687

kr 1,600

Netherlands, scheepjesschelling 1737

Netherlands, scheepjesschelling dated 1737, struck in West Friesland. Grading: F. Reference: KM 102.2. Weight: 4,58 g.

Protocol no. 2686

kr 500

Netherlands, scheepjesschelling 1771

Netherlands, scheepjesschelling dated 1771, struck in Zeeland. Grading: VF. Reference: KM 90.2. Weight: 4,76 g.

Protocol no. 2685

kr 800

Netherlands, scheepjesschelling 1764

Netherlands, scheepjesschelling dated 1764, struck in Utrecht. Grading: VF. Reference: KM 101a. Weight: 4,91 g.

Protocol no. 2684

kr 800

Netherlands, scheepjesschelling 1678

Netherlands, scheepjesschelling dated 1678, struck in West Friesland. Grading: F/VF. Reference: KM 76. Weight: 3,01 g.

Protocol no. 2683

kr 500

Netherlands, 2 stuiver 1724 (shipwreck)

Netherlands, 2 stuiver dated 1724, struck in Holland. The coin was found in the ship Akerendam that was wrecked outside Runde in 1725. Grading: VF. Reference: KM 48. Weight: 

Protocol no. 2681

kr 300

Denmark, ministereksemplar 1972

Denmark, no denomination (10 kroner «ministereksemplar») dated 1972. This «ministereksemplar», or cabinet member’s specimen, was given to the ministers and the royal family of Denmark in connection with the royal succession between King Frederik IX and Queen Margrethe II. Therefore these coins are scarce. Grading: PROOF. Reference: Schou 16. Weight: 20,5 g.

Protocol no. 2678   

kr 5,500

France, 20 francs (gold!) AN12

France, 20 francs (gold!) dated AN 12 (1803/1804), struck under Emperor Napoleon in Paris. Grading: VF. References: KM 651, Fb. 487, Gadoury 1021, Mazard 417 og Schl. 6. Weight: 5,81 g.

Protocol no. 2677

kr 3,950

Russia, poltina 1705

Russia, poltina (1/2 rouble) dated 1705 (Cyrillic), struck under Emperor Peter the Great by the Kadashevsky mint. Grading: VF. References: Bitkin 545 (R); Diakov 195 (R1), KM NC 3. Weight: 13.30 g.

Protocol no. 2676

kr 13,000

France, 10 francs (gold!) 1911

France, 10 francs (gold!) dated 1911. Grading: VF/XF. Reference: KM 846. Weight: 3,23 g.

Protocol no. 2674

kr 1,400

France, 10 francs (gold!) 1907

France, 10 francs (gold!) dated 1907. Grading: VF/XF. Reference: KM 846. Weight: 3,23 g.

Protocol no. 2673

kr 1,400