Thursday, 21.11.2019

Hustle and Bustle at the 48th International Coin Fair Zurich

Like every year, the Numismatic Society of Zurich organised its coin fair at Swissôtel Zurich on the last weekend of October. An opportunity to have a nice chat with colleagues and, of course, to make deals.

The International Art Market as Cultural Bogeyman, Part 2

Who opposes the antiquities trade and why? In the second part of this two-part article, Ivan Macquisten discusses the role of the media as well as cross-cultural misunderstandings in the debate of cultural property and the antiquities trade.

Robbery in Colombia

An important collection of Colombian coins was robbed recently. Find here an overview of the stolen coins.

What Notre-Dame de Paris Means to Us

On 15 April 2019, the roof truss of Notre-Dame de Paris went up in flames. The entire world was watching when a major fire ate up the roof and caused the spire to collapse. Since then, the Fondation Notre Dame has been raising funds for the reconstruction works. Numismatica Genevensis wants to contribute to the reconstruction.

Our Cartoon: Franklin’s World

Philologist, numismatist and cartoonist Claire Franklin provides insight into her daily thoughts. Recently, in 10 Downing Street…

DOWNLOADS

MünzenMarkt 28 September 2019

  • Hortfunde und andere Münzfunde
  • Proculus – das Phantom auf dem Thron
  • Die Schatzinsel Gotland
  • Setzt auf’s Klosterdach den roten Hahn
  • Der Fund von Hackney
  • Unter der Lupe: Auktionsberichte

CoinsWeekly Special 3/19 London

  • George I – Between Germany and Great Britain
  • Catalogue of the German Talers of George I with Prices
  • Auction Previews
  • UK Coin Fairs

PODCASTS

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Numismatica Genevensis Presents Highlights in Films

Once more a Numismatica Genevensis auction contains coins that could please a king. All objects are extremely beautiful – check for yourself and watch these films with a selection of the highlights.

WHO'S WHO

Graff, Reiner

Reiner Graff (*1961) is a freelance journalist, numismatist and local historian. Under the pseudonym numiscontrol, he has been one of our regular authors ever since CoinsWeekly was published for the first time in 2009.
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