Summer Auction Sales 387-390 Pomerania, under Sweden. Karl XI, 1660-1697. Reichstaler 1675, Stettin. Extremely rare. Very attractive piece with fine patina, extremely fine-uncirculated. Estimated price: 15000 EUR
Summer Auction Sales 387-390 Great Britain. Victoria, 1837-1901. 5 Pounds 1839, London. "Una and the Lion." Very rare. Proof. Min. touched. NGC PF 61 CAMEO. Estimated price: 100000 EUR
Summer Auction Sales 387-390 Russian Empire. Peter III, 1762. Gold medal 1762, on the Peace of Hamburg between Prussia, Russia and Sweden. Of the highest rarity. Probably the only piece in private property. Cabinet piece of fine style. Gorgeous gold patina, extremely fine-uncirculated. Estimated price: 100000 EUR
Summer Auction Sales 387-390 China. Hsuang Tung, 1908-1911. 25 Cents (1/4 Dollar) n. d. (1910), Tientsin. Pattern, with plain edge. Proof. NGC PF 65 CAMEO. Estimated price: 75000 EUR
Summer Auction Sales 387-390 German States. Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel Rudolf August, 1666-1685. Löser (multiple taler) in the weight of 4 Reichstaler 1676, Zellerfeld, on the death of his nephew August Friedrich. Extremely rare. Cabinet piece. Gorgeous patina, extremely fine-uncirculated. Estimated price: 30000 EUR
Summer Auction Sales 387-390 German States. Nassau. Friedrich Wilhelm zu Weilburg, 1806-1816. Konv.-Taler n. d. (1815), on the occasion of the mint visit in Ehrenbreitstein. Extremely rare. Attractive piece with fine patina, uncirculated. Estimated price: 25000 EUR
Summer Auction Sales 387-390 German States. Bremen and Verden, under Swedish rulership. Karl XI, 1660-1697. 1/12 Taler 1697, Stade. Nice patina, nice- very fine. Estimated price: 150 EUR
Summer Auction Sales 387-390 HRE. Maria Theresia, 1740-1780. Silver medal 1745, by N. van Swinderen. Extremely rare in silver. Gorgeous patina, tiny. Extremely fine. Estimated price: 2500 EUR
Summer Auction Sales 387-390 Roman Empire. Antoninus II Marcus Aurelius, 161-180. Aureus, 161/162, Rome. The Salton Collection. Very fine-extremely fine. Estimated price: 2500 EUR
Summer Auction Sales 387-390 Roman Empire. Antoninus II Marcus Aurelius, 161-180. Aureus, 177/178, Rome. The Salton Collection. Very rare. Extremely fine. Estimated price: 12500 EUR
1,000 lots focused on Reformation and Protestantism from the Opitz Collection
Anyone dealing with coins and medals focused on Reformation and Protestantism knows the name Dr. Rainer Opitz.
Künker has already auctioned two parts of his extensive collection. Now, the third part is coming onto the market. At 6.00 pm on July 3 and 4, 2019, 1,000 coins and medals will be offered in an eLive Premium Auction under the number 325.
In addition, the second volume of Reformatio in Nummis has been available since the beginning of June. It includes more than 5,000 numismatic pieces from the Opitz Collection that bear witness to the history of Reformation and Protestantism, as well as key figures of the Reformation. If you’d like to order a copy, just send an e-mail.
You can order the catalog from Künker, Nobbenburgerstr. 4a, 49 076 Osnabrück; Tel: +49 (0)541 96 20 20 22 +49 (0)541 / 96 20 222; or via e-mail. You can also study the Auction online at the Künker website.