I recently purchased this 1624 Wildman Thaler. It’s going into my (old large foreign silver) box of 20. I like the look and he fits in well with the other coins in the box so far. My approach has been to find a coin I like and then trying to find out what it’s worth. I have no problem with finding coins I like but trying to place a market value has proven to be quite challenging. From what I found Heritage has only sold one environmental damaged details example years ago and eBay was not much help either. The few examples I’ve found all have issues and even when you find one straight graded it may not have an original look to it. So how do you value something like this? I found this one on eBay with bad scans and was able to negotiate and buy it for about $750. To me it seems so undervalued at this price point It’s hard to understand why there is not more demand . A large hunk of silver that is 400 years old. Has a very cool design and appears to be as original as possible. What’s not to like? Where is the demand? Did they fall out of favor at some point? I think the lack of pricing comps is a big negative and a hurdle that is preventing more people from dipping there toes into foreign. Thoughts?