Flanders Coin Graded

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Sheik Sheck

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Here is my newly graded MS-62 Cha'Or Flanders (1346-1384) Fr-163 Louis II  De Male !!

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Very nice. That is an impressive coin. I can see why this coin was so important for you to get it back with a numeric grade and a nice one at that. 

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5 hours ago, Sheik Sheck said:

Beaming. Like a new father. Thanks.

Wow, that is a beauty, and congratulations on your new MS62 Baby. 

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On 4/17/2019 at 12:52 PM, gherrmann44 said:

That is an impressive coin. 

I second that. That is a real looker.:applause:

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On 4/22/2019 at 12:46 AM, Just Bob said:

I second that. That is a real looker.:applause:

I just picked one up from 1609 it's from the beginning of the truce. It's a great coin when I get it I will put it up. Same color as yours but the obverse and reverse are different. They are nice tokens. The County of Flanders. The Spanish Netherlands. I found pictures of these coins and I posted mine. My opinion is they robbed you. This is something from the 14 century. Now I have a 93% grading rate. Can't tell from a picture but this is in my opinion it's a MS 64. Not based on how old it is but the condition. The grader should look so good being 600 years old. 

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Great looking coin. 

Your photograph is better than the one on NGC. Coin looks like it is about the size of a 50-cent piece. Nice. 

 

 

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I just picked up a 1609. Try called Jetsons or tokens tofay. Mine is Elizabeth and Albert. It will be going in soon. I hope I do well. I think in will  It's in terrific shape. Keeping my fingers crossed. Thanks for putting yours up. Mike

On 5/13/2019 at 6:11 AM, gtw-123 said:

Great looking coin. 

Your photograph is better than the one on NGC. Coin looks like it is about the size of a 50-cent piece. Nice. 

 

 

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I keep forgetting to tell you this. Now I grade my coins when I send them in. I keep the last page and after two weeks of study I have a 93% success rate. I have studied your coin. Take the age for one. You would not expect a coin that old to look this good.when I saw a MS 62 I said no. I think it should be a 64. I have seen today's coins in worse shape graded higher. It's a shame I checked prices on the net at auctions and found one in a MS 63 going for 600.00. You're will not command that. You need the best grade you should have. That coins deserves a MS 64. Just wanted you to know. Mine is up but nothing as beautiful and three hundred years later. It has a black spot but inside no scratches nothing. We will see. Enjoy it. Mike

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Thanks for the comments. I found one for sale at $3300 dollars and the pics show mine compared to that one. Mine is much nicer!

 

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