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Leu Numismatik AG

For the first time, Leu Numismatik will be offering a fixed-price list. The selection of 275 Celtic, Greek, Roman, Medieval, and modern coins and medals from numerous prestigious collections has a combined estimate of over 1.85 million CHF.

Why Did Johann von Gemmingen Mint His 1596 Coins?

On 18 November 1593, Johann Konrad von Gemmingen was elected Coadjutor of the Bishopric of Eichstätt. On 2 July 1595 he received the order of Episcopacy. But his coins minted as donativa bear the year 1596. We explain why.

Solidus Numismatik e.K.

In auction 113 Solidus presents 444 lots, containing a run of Polish coins with many rarities, some very rare Russian issues, and Gold coins from all periods.

Our Cartoon: Franklin’s World

Philologist, numismatist and cartoonist Claire Franklin provides insight into her daily thoughts. Recently, in the exhibition area of the International Numismatic Congress in Warsaw …

Heritage Auctions, USA-Orlando (FL)

An 1870-S Three Dollar Gold, SP50 sold for a record $5.52 million leads Heritage’s auction at FUN on January 5, 2023. The coin came from the Bass Collection whose proceeds will benefit Dallas-based nonprofits.

Münzen & Medaillen GmbH

Münzen & Medaillen GmbH is holding its fourth electronic auction. A collection of 250 Chinese coins will be sold, including dollar pieces from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG offers 335 coins and scale weights from the David Hendin collection, many are plate coins from Hendin’s reference work. The proceedings will completely benefit the American Numismatic Society for an important project.

Our Cartoon: Franklin’s World

Philologist, numismatist and cartoonist Claire Franklin provides insight into her daily thoughts. Recently, during a session on medieval numismatics at the International Numismatic Congress in Warsaw …

Season’s Greetings – Frohe Festtage –メリークリスマス – Sretan Božić: Numismatic Christmas Cards to CoinsWeekly

Every year, the CoinsWeekly staff receives a wealth of Christmas cards. Most of them are way too beautiful to be thrown away after New Year’s Eve. After all, many of them focus on numismatic themes. Here are our most beautiful Christmas cards of the past years.

An Expert Opinion on Sponsianus

Did a Roman emperor called Sponsianus exist and mint coins? A recent study claims this, but it has been widely refuted by experts. Aleksander Bursche and Kyrylo Myzgin from the University of Warsaw, present their opinion on this matter.
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