Planet Numismatics is a newly established company specializing in rare and high-quality Numismatics.
Our office is located in Glyfada, a suburb of Athens, Greece and we welcome you to visit our store and explore the fascinating world of Coins.
We mainly deal in Modern Greek, British Milled, and World Coins of exceptional quality and rarity.
Planet Numismatics is working with the biggest world auctions houses and respectable coin dealers from all over the world.
The founder-Managing Director of Planet Numismatics, Mr. Panagiotis Zompos after many years as a passionate coin collector-photographer begins a new trip to the exciting coin world as a dealer. His first priority is to built a trusty communication with collectors and offer them any assistance is required for their assets.
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Coins offered by this dealer:
Catalog: KM # 61, (Silver), George I (1863-1913)
Obverse:Â Head left Reverse:Â Mythological figure Thetis with shield of Achilles seated on sea horse. Gem Unc, strong details with full mint lustrous!
Rare and TOP Grade quality. Verify NGC Certification: 3997414-001
Catalog: KM # 769, S-3865, 1887 Gold Five Pounds, Queen Victoria “Jubilee Head ” (1837-1901).
Well struck, attractive for the grade, one year type and very popular.
Catalog: KM # 786.1, France, Napoleon III.
Obverse:Â Head right Obverse Legend:Â NAPOLEON III EMPEREUR Reverse:Â Crowned and mantled arms divide denomination
Reverse Legend:Â EMPIRE FRANCAIS Virtually mint state with full mint brilliance and typical tiny contact marks.
Austria , Franz Joseph I ,Silver Medal 1885.
Struck to commemorate the Shooting Festival at Innsbruck Horsky-6309. A gorgeous representative with multi-hued tone across the surfaces.
Catalog: KM # 59, 1977/AH1397 SAUDI ARABIA: Khalid bin Abdal Aziz, 1975-1982, 100 Halala (copper-nickel). United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) commemorative. This is an extremely rare key date 1977 100 Halala coin from Saudi Arabia in choice uncirculated condition. A few thousand coins were struck and reviewed by the Saudi government before they ultimately decided not to issue the coin, and all struck coins were supposed to have been destroyed. However, a small number of coins did survive, and some have found their way into circulation and into the numismatic market. Obverse:Â Crossed swords and palm tree at center flanked by dates, legend above and below Reverse:Â Legend above inscription in circle dividing value, date below Gem Unc, perfect struck.
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