Great website, had not come across it before, very impressed.
Jim Gossweiler(Thursday, September 13 18 12:34 pm EDT)
I've spent about a gazillion dollars on graded thalers. I hope these baubles appreciate in value. I'm glad to see another thaler enthusiast.
joe(Wednesday, January 10 18 03:49 am EST)
Congratulations to your Website!
Syaiful(Sunday, November 19 17 03:42 am EST)
Just found this page and really love this. Im also focusing on thaler from 1500-1799 date.
Ireneusz Rostkowski(Sunday, July 16 17 11:13 am EDT)
Awesome! Highly aesthetic concept of collection! An unforgettable experience to see your collection. Thanks to share this opportunity with me.
alfred giovanniello(Tuesday, April 11 17 07:53 am EDT)
beautiful web site. Interested in roman and Greek coins
Andres(Tuesday, June 21 16 09:49 am EDT)
Like your ancient Roman - Greek collection. All in top grade I'm following the same path, although not slabbed, but raw.
I'm pleasantly surprised by your beautifull (toned) roman Denarii , never seem them on the PCGS forum.
regards from the Netherlands, Andres
mignon(Sunday, May 15 16 04:47 pm EDT)
very educational. thank you
Al Kowsky(Saturday, April 09 16 12:31 pm EDT)
I enjoyed your presentation on Roman Provincial Coins. The coin you illustrate of Caracalla was once in my collection. Heritage auctioned the coin for me along with many others in June of 2012.
A wonderful collection matched by a beautiful website. I especially enjoyed the noble house Thalers and the 1668 Danish wedding medal. Cheers.
panagiotis(Sunday, August 31 14 06:51 am EDT)
Fantastic coin website.Best Ever see!!!
Great infos & Great Taler Collection.Thanks for the sharing !!!!
John Solarz(Thursday, March 13 14 07:49 pm EDT)
I had no idea what a Taler was until I recently acquired one and needed to research it. Your site is excellent and very informative. As soon as I can get some good pictures taken I'll work on sending
them your way. I believe I have a 1586 3 Thaler with St. Martin on it. It's in a coin bezel on a silver chain in amazing condition for it's age.
Upon researching the 1486 Guldiner we found your site to be quite informative. Although our product line is based around early US Pattern commemoratives, we occasionally come across Talers from time
to time. Thank you for the historic stories and image references. All the best,
John Allen(Friday, October 26 12 11:21 am EDT)
Very nicely done-tells me quite a bit about the thaler that I did not know. Really puts them in to prespective. Can't wait to purchase my first Goetz medal. Great job on the whole site. Any
suggestions as to which medal should be my first to obtain? Thanks again for this beautiful site.