2006 Buffalo First Strike $50 Coin Graded by NGC MS69 1oz. 9999 Gold
2006 Buffalo First Strike $50 Coin Graded by NGC MS69 1oz. 9999 Gold
2006 Buffalo First Strike $50 Coin Graded by NGC MS69 1oz. 9999 Gold
2006 Buffalo First Strike $50 Coin Graded by NGC MS69 1oz. 9999 Gold

2006 Buffalo First Strike $50 Coin Graded by NGC MS69 1oz. 9999 Gold
This Coin is beautiful, highly sought after and will make a great edition to your collection. The item “2006 Buffalo First Strike $50 Coin Graded by NGC MS69 1oz. 9999 Gold” is in sale since Monday, July 27, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “djander4″ and is located in Laurel, Mississippi. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Year: 2006
  • Total Precious Metal Content: 1 OZ
  • Modified Item: No
  • Grade: MS 69
  • Certification Number: 1539735-009
  • Precious Metal Content per Unit: 1 oz
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Coin: American Buffalo
  • Fineness: 0.9999
  • Certification: NGC
  • Composition: Gold

2006 Buffalo First Strike $50 Coin Graded by NGC MS69 1oz. 9999 Gold
Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface
Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface
Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface
Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface
Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface
Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface
Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface

Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface
Up for sale here is an excellent Roman Trajan AV Aureus Gold Coin (98-117 AD) that has been certified and professionally judged to be in Choice Fine Condition by the NGC Grading Service. This is a rare early Gold Trajan Aureus with strong detail and a nice overall look. It has also been awarded the highest possible marks of 5 for both Strike and Surfaces from NGC. As always, this piece is Guaranteed Genuine. About Us: Quality customer service is a top priority in our store. Thousands of satisfied customers. With rare classic gold and silver coins for their collections. We have been continuously recognized as an. For consistently providing excellent service and achieving the highest ratings from buyers of our coins. We take special care in the packing of each coin and also include free signature confirmation with every order to ensure that your coins are delivered safely. All coins that we offer are. Coin grading is subjective and all posted grades provide professional opinions. We post multiple large, clear photos of each and every coin so that you can take a look at these gorgeous pieces yourself. If you have any questions, feel free to let us know. Highest Ratings from Buyers. What Our Customers Say. The highest customer service possible. This is a person I intend to do business with in the future. As good as it gets. The item “Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface” is in sale since Friday, May 22, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)”. The seller is “eternitycoin” and is located in Boston, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: Choice Fine
  • Year: 117 AD
  • Composition: Gold
  • Ruler: Trajan
  • Denomination: Aureus

Trajan Gold AV Aureus Coin 98-117 AD NGC Choice Fine 5 Strike and Surface
2007 Platinum American Eagle $50 NGC MS70 Superb Eye Appeal Strong Strike
2007 Platinum American Eagle $50 NGC MS70 Superb Eye Appeal Strong Strike
2007 Platinum American Eagle $50 NGC MS70 Superb Eye Appeal Strong Strike
2007 Platinum American Eagle $50 NGC MS70 Superb Eye Appeal Strong Strike

2007 Platinum American Eagle $50 NGC MS70 Superb Eye Appeal Strong Strike
Holder has a few scratches. Since 1990, The Executive Coin Company have strived for excellent customer service and quality products. If you have any questions about this listing, please feel free to send us a message and we will respond in a timely manner. Have a great day. The item “2007 Platinum American Eagle $50 NGC MS70 Superb Eye Appeal Strong Strike” is in sale since Monday, April 13, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “tecc1″ and is located in Stow, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS70
  • Certification Number: 3121636-070
  • Year: 2007

2007 Platinum American Eagle $50 NGC MS70 Superb Eye Appeal Strong Strike
Byzantine Empire AD 582-602 Gold coin MS Strike 4/5 Surface 4/5
Byzantine Empire AD 582-602 Gold coin MS Strike 4/5 Surface 4/5

Byzantine Empire AD 582-602 Gold coin MS Strike 4/5 Surface 4/5
Byzantine Empire AD 582-602 Gold coin MS Strike 4/5 Surface 4/5. The item “Byzantine Empire AD 582-602 Gold coin MS Strike 4/5 Surface 4/5″ is in sale since Thursday, February 6, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Byzantine (300-1400 AD)”. The seller is “lisahagerman1″ and is located in Costa Mesa, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Certification Number: 5768979-001
  • Certification: NGC

Byzantine Empire AD 582-602 Gold coin MS Strike 4/5 Surface 4/5
2006 $5 (1/10oz) American Gold Eagle NGC MS70 First Strike
2006 $5 (1/10oz) American Gold Eagle NGC MS70 First Strike

2006 $5 (1/10oz) American Gold Eagle NGC MS70 First Strike
Payments: Pay Pal payments only. The item “2006 $5 (1/10oz) American Gold Eagle NGC MS70 First Strike” is in sale since Tuesday, July 16, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “camcoins” and is located in Vienna, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Coin: American Eagle
  • Certification: NGC
  • Precious Metal Content per Unit: 1/10 oz
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Grade: MS 70
  • Year: 2006
  • Brand/Mint: U.S. Mint

2006 $5 (1/10oz) American Gold Eagle NGC MS70 First Strike
1oz Gold American Buffalo MS70 Early Release or First Strike Label Guaranteed
1oz Gold American Buffalo MS70 Early Release or First Strike Label Guaranteed

1oz Gold American Buffalo MS70 Early Release or First Strike Label Guaranteed
1oz Gold American Buffalo MS70 – Early Release or First Strike Label Guaranteed. The 1oz Gold Buffalo is the only American bullion coin minted in. 9999 pure gold, this coin is pure perfection. The design is based off of the 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, by James Earle Fraser. The obverse depicts the profile of a Native American while the reverse features an American Buffalo. Grade company, date, and specific label type will be selected at random. Label Type: Random, but will include Early Release or First Strike. Diameter (mm): 32.7. Thickness (mm): 2.95. Images are stock photos. In 1986, the U. Mint began production of bullion coins celebrating our Nation’s foundation in liberty. Available in gold, silver, and platinum, these coins are accessible to all collectors with a patriotic spirit. Boxes or APO/FPO at this time. Please note that with our dynamically priced items the spot price will be updated at a minimum every 10 minutes. Items in your shopping cart are subject to change in accordance with the spot price. Bay Precious Metals, Inc. Is a trusted supplier of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. We pride ourselves in providing the ultimate customer experience. From inspecting each product to ensure it meets our strict quality guidelines, having consistently low and transparent pricing, we are always working with. Our close relationship with various mints around the world allows us to have the core products that you have come to know and love. Our dedication to our customers, both new and established, is what differentiates us. We are committed to delivering you the highest quality product, securely, and within our promised time frame. And we will respond within 24-48 hours. View more great items. This listing is currently undergoing maintenance, we apologise for any inconvenience caused. The item “1oz Gold American Buffalo MS70 Early Release or First Strike Label Guaranteed” is in sale since Friday, June 28, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “baypreciousmetals” and is located in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Shape: Round
  • Brand: United States Mint
  • Metal Type: Gold
  • Grade: MS70
  • Fineness: 0.9999
  • Certification: PCGS or NGC
  • Precious Metal Content: 1oz

1oz Gold American Buffalo MS70 Early Release or First Strike Label Guaranteed
2006 American Gold $50 Buffalo, 1 Ounce. 999 Gold, NGC MS-70, 1st Strike
2006 American Gold $50 Buffalo, 1 Ounce. 999 Gold, NGC MS-70, 1st Strike

2006 American Gold $50 Buffalo, 1 Ounce. 999 Gold, NGC MS-70, 1st Strike
2006 American Gold Buffalo, 1 Ounce, In NGC Holder. Nice High Grade MS-70, 1st Strike! The item “2006 American Gold $50 Buffalo, 1 Ounce. 999 Gold, NGC MS-70, 1st Strike” is in sale since Thursday, June 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Gold\Coins”. The seller is “randycs291″ and is located in Rotonda West, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Coin: American Buffalo
  • Fineness: .999
  • Certification: NGC
  • Precious Metal Content per Unit: 1 oz
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Grade: MS 70
  • Year: 2006
  • Brand/Mint: U.S. Mint
  • Total Precious Metal Content: .999

2006 American Gold $50 Buffalo, 1 Ounce. 999 Gold, NGC MS-70, 1st Strike
1912, Bulgaria, Ferdinand I. Gold 100 Leva Coin. Original Strike! NGC MS-60
1912, Bulgaria, Ferdinand I. Gold 100 Leva Coin. Original Strike! NGC MS-60
1912, Bulgaria, Ferdinand I. Gold 100 Leva Coin. Original Strike! NGC MS-60
1912, Bulgaria, Ferdinand I. Gold 100 Leva Coin. Original Strike! NGC MS-60

1912, Bulgaria, Ferdinand I. Gold 100 Leva Coin. Original Strike! NGC MS-60
1912, Bulgaria, Ferdinand I. Gold 100 Leva Coin. Mint Place: Vienna Mintage: 5,000 pcs. Marschall Reference: KM-34, Friedberg 5. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-60! This is the original strike with full olive spray details, not the more common 1968 re-strike! Diameter: 35mm Weight: 32.2gm. Obverse: Head of King Ferdinand I left. MARSCHALL below bust´s base. Legend (translated): ” Ferdinand I King of Bulgaria “. Reverse: Crowned shield of the Kingdom of Bulgiaria, splitting denomination (100 – LEVA) on wheat and olive branches. Comment: Date of the issue (1912) in small digits above date of the Bulgaria´s independence (1908) below. Legend (translated): Kingdom of Bulgaria – 22. The lev was introduced as Bulgaria’s currency in 1881 with a value equal to the French franc. The gold standard was suspended between 1899 and 1906 before being suspended again in 1912. Until 1916, Bulgaria’s silver and gold coins were issued to the same specifications as those of the Latin Monetary Union. Banknotes were issued until 1928 were backed by gold. Ferdinand I, Tsar of Bulgaria (February 26, 1861 – September 10, 1948), born. Prince Ferdinand Maximilian Karl Leopold Maria of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Was the Knjaz (Prince Regnant) and later Tsar of Bulgaria as well as an author, botanist, entomologist and philatelist. Bulgaria replaced its first Knjaz (Prince), Alexander of Battenberg in 1886, only seven years after he had been installed. Ferdinand was proclaimed Knjaz (Prince Regnant) of autonomous Bulgaria on 7 July 1887 in the Gregorian calendar (the “New Style” used hereinafter). The throne had been previously offered, before Ferdinand’s acceptance, from Denmark to the Caucasus and even to the King of Romania. His accession was greeted with disbelief in many of the royal houses of Europe. Queen Victoria, his father’s first cousin, stated to her Prime Minister, He is totally unfit… Delicate, eccentric and effeminate.. Should be stopped at once. To the amazement of his initial detractors, Ferdinand generally made a success of his reign. Bulgaria’s domestic political life was dominated during the early years of Ferdinand’s reign by liberal party leader Stefan Stambolov, whose foreign policy saw a marked cooling in relations with Russia, formerly seen as Bulgaria’s protector. Ferdinand became Tsar of Bulgaria upon that country’s declaration of independence from the Ottoman Empire on 5 October 1908 (celebrated on 22 September). The Declaration of Independence was proclaimed at the Saint Forty Martyrs Church in Turnovo. It was accepted by Turkey and the other European powers. Ferdinand was known for being quite a character. On a visit to German Emperor Wilhelm II, his second cousin once removed, in 1909, Ferdinand was leaning out of a window of the New Palace in Potsdam when the Emperor came up behind him and slapped him on the bottom. Ferdinand was affronted by the gesture and the Emperor apologised. Another incident particularly occurred on his journey to the funeral of his second cousin, British King Edward VII in 1910. A tussle broke out on where his private railway carriage would be positioned in relation to the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne, Archduke Franz Ferdinand. The Archduke won out, having his carriage positioned directly behind the engine. Ferdinand’s was placed directly behind. Realising the dining car of the train was behind his own carriage, Ferdinand obtained his revenge on the Archduke by refusing him entry through his own carriage to the dining car. Like many a ruler of an Orthodox land before him, Ferdinand had a “dream of a new Byzantium”. In 1912, Ferdinand joined the other Balkan states in an assault on the Ottoman Empire to free occupied territories. He saw this war as a new crusade declaring it, a just, great and sacred struggle of the Cross against the Crescent. Bulgaria contributed the most and also lost the greatest number of soldiers. The great powers insisted on the creation of an independent Albania. Soon after, Bulgaria attacked its recent allies Serbia and Greece and itself was attacked by Romania and the Ottoman Empire and was defeated. The Treaty of Bucharest in 1913 gave little territorial gains to Bulgaria. A tiny area of land giving access to the Aegean Sea was secured. On 11 October 1915, the Bulgarian army attacked Serbia after signing a treaty with Austria-Hungary and Germany which stated that Bulgaria would gain the territory she sought at the expense of Serbia. See Serbian Campaign (World War I) for details. Ferdinand was not an admirer of German Emperor Wilhelm II (his second cousin once removed) or Emperor of Austria Franz Josef I who he described as “that idiot, that old dotard of a Francis Joseph”. But Ferdinand wanted extra territorial gains after the humiliation of the Balkan Wars. This did however mean forming an alliance with his former enemy, the Ottoman Empire. At first the war went well, Serbia was defeated and Bulgaria took possession of most of the disputed territory of Macedonia. For the next two years, the Bulgarian army fought a defensive war against the Allied army based in Greece. A small part of the Bulgarian army was involved in the conquest of Romania in 1916. Then, in the fall of 1918, the Bulgarian army was badly beaten by an attack from the Allied forces in Greece. With his army shattered, Tsar Ferdinand abdicated to save the Bulgarian throne in favour of his eldest son who became Tsar Boris III on 3 October 1918. Under new leadership, Bulgaria surrendered to the Allies and as a consequence, lost not only the additional territory it had fought for in the major conflict, but also the territory it had won after the Balkan Wars giving access to the Aegean Sea. He had managed to salvage much of his fortune and was able to live in some style. He saw his being in exile simply as one of the hazards of kingship. He commented, Kings in exile are more philosophic under reverses than ordinary individuals; but our philosophy is primarily the result of tradition and breeding, and do not forget that pride is an important item in the making of a monarch. We are disciplined from the day of our birth and taught the avoidance of all outward signs of emotion. The skeleton sits forever with us at the feast. It may mean murder, it may mean abdication, but it serves always to remind us of the unexpected. Therefore we are prepared and nothing comes in the nature of a catastrophe. The main thing in life is to support any condition of bodily or spiritual exile with dignity. If one sups with sorrow, one need not invite the world to see you eat. He was pleased that the throne could pass to his son. Ferdinand was not displeased with exile and spent most of his time devoted to artistic endeavours, gardening, travel and natural history. However, he would live to see the collapse of everything he had held to be precious in life. His eldest son and successor, Boris III, died under mysterious circumstances after returning from a visit to Hitler in Germany in 1943. Boris III’s son, Simeon II, succeeded him only to be deposed in 1946, ending the Bulgarian monarchy. The Kingdom of Bulgaria was succeeded by the People’s Republic of Bulgaria, under which his sole surviving son, Kyril, was executed. On hearing of his son’s death he said, Everything is collapsing around me. He died a broken man in Bürglaß-Schlösschen on September 10, 1948 in Coburg, Germany, cradle of the Saxe-Coburg-Gotha dynasty. Ferdinand I is buried there in St. Augustin’s Roman Catholic Church. The item “1912, Bulgaria, Ferdinand I. Gold 100 Leva Coin. Original Strike! NGC MS-60″ is in sale since Thursday, June 21, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Gold”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Certification Number: 3935233-009
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS60

1912, Bulgaria, Ferdinand I. Gold 100 Leva Coin. Original Strike! NGC MS-60
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