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Jongeling Numismatic Consultancy provides a wide variety of services in the field of numismatics. Both individuals and business clients are welcome.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced collector, a coin dealer or a museum with a numismatic collection, we would be glad to be of service! Contact us free of obligations by e-mail or telephone.
Founder and owner Hans Jongeling is a qualified historian (University of Utrecht) and has over 10 years of experience in the world of coins, medals and bank notes. Hans’ past work experience includes the auction house Sotheby’s and the former Money Museum. From 2011 to early 2016, he was Head of the Numismatic Department of the Royal Dutch Mint in Utrecht.
Hans is one of only three registered TMV valuers (Federation of Valuers, Brokers and Auctioneers) in the Netherlands in the field of numismatics and has proven his very thorough theoretical and practical knowledge. He is also numismatic advisor for the Dutch Police Academy.
His many contacts both within and outside of the Netherlands enable Hans Jongeling to offer you a broad spectrum of services and always find an appropriate solution for you.
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Catalog: Schulman 192
Weight: 6.72 g
Diameter: 22.50 mm
Catalog: Sydenham 1137; Sear Imperators 190; Crawford 494.34; Calicò 33a
Obverse: laureate head of Apollo right.
Reverse: C. VIBIVS – VARVS, Venus standing left, looking at herself in mirror held in left hand, column to her right. Extremely rare.
Catalog: Mørkholm & Zahle II 55 (same dies); SNG Cop. Suppl. 452
Obverse: head of Athena left, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with spiral palmette and three olive leaves
Reverse: bearded head right, wearing kyrbasia; KHERÊI (in Lycian) behind, all within incuse square.
Ex. Sunrise Collection; Ex Reuter Collection (Peus 360, 27 April 1999) lot 82
Cabinet piece and beautiful patina. Very rare.
$ 1,875.00 US$
Catalog: PCGS 86438; KM 99
Weight: 12.44 g
Diameter: 30.60 mm
Obverse: seated Liberty right, facing left.
Reverse: Eagle holding arrows and olive branch, within wreath.
Struck with polished dies.
EXTREMELY RARE ONLY 510 PROOFS WERE MINTED IN THIS YEAR! This is a lightly toned proof specimen with a warm golden and dove-gray veil of iridescence over each side. Both Liberty’s figure and the eagle on the reverse are nicely frosted, thus the “Cameo” designation by PCGS. A razor-sharp strike is exhibited for the date, certainly much better quality than some proof dates in the 1880s when quality tended to slack off at the Philadelphia Mint.
Catalog: KM-10; JNDA-09-72
Weight: 17.01 g
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