The most valuable stamps in the world in pure silver - Pius XI, 1.25 Lire 1934

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The most valuable stamps in the world in pure silver - Pius XI, 1.25 Lire 1934
Stamp mirror silver 999/1000

The most precious world stamps in pure silver: Pius XI, 1.25 lira, 1934 – Schweizer Kantone Genf, Doppelgenf 1843 – Baden, 9 Kreuzer, 1851. Saxon 3 pfennig, 1850. Princess Wilhelmina, 5 cent, 1891/93.

'World’s most valuable stamps' collects the rarest, much sought-after philatelic items. For the first time ever, the collector’s replicas of the most sought-after postage stamps were minted in pure Ag 999/1000 silver. The collector’s replicas were issued according to the original proportions and philatelic themes. All the details were transferred to the replicas with exceptional precision and care.

1) Pius XI, 1.25 lra 1934.
The obverse – a portrait of Pope Pius XI in the centre, the ‘POSTE VATICANE’ inscription in the upper part, embellishments on the sides.
The reverse – the Vatican City State, reprint from 1.25 lira to 1.3 lira, issue year – 1934 and
silver hallmark – 999/1000.
Dimensions: 18 x 23 mm.
Weight: 7 g.

Metal – pure silver 999/1000.
Stamping quality – mirror stamp.
Format – 18 x 23 mm.

2) Baden, 9 Kreuzer, 1851.
The obverse – 9 in the rim, with embellishments around, at the top there is the ‘BADEN’ inscription, at the bottom, there is the ‘Freimarte’ inscription.
The reverse – Baden, 9 Kreuzer, issue year – 1851 and silver hallmark – 999/1000.
Dimensions: 24.5 x 24.5 mm.
Weight: 10 g.

3) Schweizer Kantone Genf, Doppelgenf 1843.
The obverse – consists of two stamps placed horizontally next to each other, 5 C each, connected with a header over both of them with the ‘PORT CANTONAL’ inscription. Their total value is 10 C., which corresponds to the postal fee for a letter in the Geneva canton.
The reverse – Baden, 9 Kreuzer, issue year – 1843 and silver hallmark – 999/1000.
Dimensions: 35 x 20 mm.
Weight: 11 g.
4) Saxon 3 pfennig, 1950.
Obverse: Franco, face value: 3 pfennig.
Reverse: the issuer of the original, Saxony, year 1850.
Silver 999/1,000.
Format: 22 x 22 mm.
Weight: 7 g.
5) Princess Wilhelmina 1891/93.
Obverse: princess Wilhelmina's portrait.
Revers: issuer, the Netherlands, mint year: 1891–95, 5 cent.
Silver 999/1,000.
Dimensions: 19 x 24 mm.
Weight: 9 g.
The coins come from the 'World’s most valuable stamps in pure silver’ collection. More coins from this collection are listed at my other auctions.
Just before the photos were taken, the coins had been cleaned using Leuchtturm, Reinigungsband Silber.

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The most valuable stamps in the world in pure silver - Pius XI, 1.25 Lire 1934
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Stamp mirror silver 999/1000
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The most valuable stamps in the world ”collects the rarest, much sought-after philatelic exhibits.
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