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The Most Beautiful: Talers from the City of Zurich, selected by Ruedi Kunzmann

Zurich’s talers have a centuries-old history behind them; the earliest guldiners were struck way back in 1512 and the last Zurich taler of 40 batzen was struck in 1813. Each and every coin selected...

The Most Beautiful: Chinese Coins After 1970 Selected by Werner Höpker

Teutoburger Münzauktion has been an expert of Far Eastern means of payment for many years. During this time, Werner Höpker gained a comprehensive overview of the coins of modern China and presents here the...

The Most Beautiful: Coins of Bremen Selected by Claus Müller

Since medieval times, the term “Bremen coinage” has been used to refer to the coins of both the archbishops of Bremen and the city of Bremen. The production of coins of the archbishops ended...

The Most Beautiful: Coins from the Bibliothèque nationale de France. Selected by Frédérique Duyrat

The Coin cabinet in the Bibliothèque nationale de France retains the former collection of the kings of France, enlarged after the Revolution to reach the current number of 450,000 coins and tokens (of which...

The Most Beautiful: Hellenistic Royal Coins. Selected by Peter van Alfen

ANS-Chief Curator Peter van Alfen presents his choice for the 10 most beautiful Hellenistic Royal Coins: Over the last couple of years, as we have been building our online resource, Hellenistic Royal Coinages (HRC) I’ve...

The Most Beautiful: Coins in Vienna. Selected by Curators of the Coin Collection

The Coin Collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna presents itself as a giant iceberg – only the “tip” of its about 600,000 objects can be seen online. Of all the visible and not...

The Most Beautiful: Coins and Medals in the WeltenMuseum Hannover

Curator Dr Sebastian Steinbach: “This piece is one of my favourite objects because...” And here you can access the website of the National Museum Hannover – The WeltenMuseum. Furthermore, an exhibition about Leonardo da Vinci has...

The Most Beautiful: Papal Medals. Selected by Kay Ehling

There is hardly a more subjective question than that of the most beautiful coin. We asked Kay Ehling, senior keeper at the Munich State Coin Collection. He selected several medals which will be on...
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