CNG’s online auction features 949 lots, many of them from significant collections, including the Baldwin Maull Collection, and the Johnson Family Collection, and a specialized group of Roman Republican coins from the Andrew McCabe Collection.
The auction contains 490 selected lots with coins of the Ottoman Empire from the 14th century to the time around 1900: predominantly coins of the Ottomans and 25 coins of Anatolian Beyliks. Some of the coins of Suleiman I are from many rare mints.
Dix Noonan Webb offers a Roman Solidus of the Emperor Constantine I in almost perfect condition found by a metal detectorist and estimated at over £10,000. On the same day the auction house will hold its first auction devoted to Russian coins and medals.
From 7 to 11 October 2019, four auction sales will be held by auction house Künker in Osnabrück. From ancient to modern times: There is literally something for every collector. Moreover, this October there will be once again an auction with orders and decorations.
Once again Classical Numismatic Group has published their Classical Numismatic Review to present a choice of coins and medals available in their online shop. This issue includes some outstanding examples of ancient and British coinage.
The public auction features 1,367 coins and medals from distinguished collections like Hermann Lanz, and Dr. Nicholas Lowe. One of the many highlights is an Umayyad gold dinar dated AH 77 said to be the most desirable Islamic coin estimated at £125,000.
Mowbray’s auction has 776 lots, with 179 lots of New Zealand coins, banknotes and medals. A strong feature is British and French medals from 1633 onwards and especially from the Napoleonic Wars period.