Rethwisch mint, KM605, Schou-10, Hede-9B, Schou-32. 31mm. Variety without denomination on obverse. An absolutely stunning and gorgeous survivor from this extremely elusive and short-lived mint in Schleswig-Holstein, which only operated between 1768 and 1769 as a branch of the royal mint in Copenhagen. Embellished throughout in sleek, icy-white color, the offering appears resoundingly mint-fresh from all angles, a generous degree of lightly stippled mint frost further imbuing the raised elements with an especially chiseled appearance. Confined mainly to the obverse, notes of subdued plum tone heighten the coin's beautiful visual presence yet further, nicely contouring Christian's monogram and igniting to iridescent shades when caught by plentiful cartwheel luster. Notably the first example of this type we have ever handled, and very likely among the very finest that has emerged on the market in many years. Exceedingly Rare.
This is an incredible opportunity for anybody to secure their place in numismatic history.
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