I have Midieval Silver coins minted in Poland in the 1620's.My dad bought a small hoard of them about 40 years ago and I'm am starting to sell them now.They date from mostly 1622 to 1627.You will recive them fully attributed and encased in the High end double Saf-flip as seen.They are only $10 each.
The coin being sold is:
3 polker- also known as a 3 poltorak or 1 kruzierz- from Poland. Value is $50 UP in nice condition. The abbreviated Latin inscriptions read SIGIS. III D. G. REX P. M. D. L. ("Sigismund III, by the grace of God, King of Poland [and] Grand Duke of Livonia"); and MONE. NO. REG. POLO. ("New money of Poland"). Sigismund (or Zygmunt) III reigned from 1587 until 1632, doubtless loved and badly misspelled by all.
I also have Ancient Roman & Greek coins to sell.