Sigismund III introduced commemorative coins in Poland. These were minted in very low quantities and were given to people of special distinction.
In 1929 Czechoslovakia commemorated the 1000th anniversary of Saint Wenceslaus death with a very limited number of, 1, 2, 5 and 10 ducats coins.
This denarius is considered the best portrait of Julius Cesar in a coin. A masterpiece by Flaminius Chilo.
The Bishop Berardo Maggi minted a few silver coins. The one that is now in the auction includes a very religious motive related to the city of Brescia.
Two different solidus of Irene from Syracuse can be found: some present two portraits wearing loros and others one wearing loros and other wearing chlamys.
A description of the crown 1847, so-called “Gothic Crown”. Its mintage was reduced to 8000 coins, which were not meant for circulation