German States, Regensburg. (c.1750) 1/32 Ducat, PCGS MS67. Gold. 5mm. 0.1gm. Friedberg-2547; KM-355.
Rex says, "Perhaps the smallest coin ever officially issued for use in common circulation. At a puny five millimeters in diameter, it is fully half the size of the later "Panama Pill" (2-1/2 Centesimos). At the exceptional grade of PCGS MS67, and with its alluring, liquid fields that drip outward in radiating die lines, this particular piece is unrivaled. Such a lofty grade is extremely difficult to locate among PCGS-certified coins of this era or earlier, and this remains the oldest gold coin with a PCGS grade of 67 or higher that I have seen or heard of. A truly remarkable piece in terms of both condition and numismatic importance."
PCGS Certification Number: 84195326
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