Silver ducat West-Friesland NGC MS64+ by Unknown artist
Silver ducat West-Friesland NGC MS64+ by Unknown artist
Silver ducat West-Friesland NGC MS64+ by Unknown artist
Silver ducat West-Friesland NGC MS64+ by Unknown artist
Silver ducat West-Friesland NGC MS64+ by Unknown artist
Silver ducat West-Friesland NGC MS64+ by Unknown artist

Silver ducat West-Friesland NGC MS64+ 1757

Unknown artist

Silver
€ 3.850

Jongeling Numismatics & Ancient Art

  • About the artwork
    Obverse: MO : NO : ARG : PRO : CONFΠ: BELG : WESTFRI :, armoured knight with sword in his right hand, with his left holding the crowned West-Frisian coat of arms in front of him
    Reverse: CONCORDIA RES PARVAE CRESCUNT, crowned crest of the Generality between split date

    EXTREMELY RARE in this high grade

    Extraordinary piece with full mint lustre

    NGC Top Pop; only one other example known in this highest grade

    Diameter: 39.4 mm
    Grade: Mint State
    Reference: Dav. 1846; V. 65.4; CNM 2.46.35
  • About the artist

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