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Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s Electronic Auction 516 features 1143 lots, among them a group of Greek silver fractions from the J. de Wilde and Herbert Cahn Collections.

Stack’s Bowers & Ponterio, HK-Hong Kong

Stack’s Bowers Rarities Night Hong Kong auction established a new record for the most valuable world coin sold by an American auction firm.

Kolbe & Fanning

Kolbe & Fanning sold the outstanding numismatic library built by former ANS President Syd Martin. More than ten lots closed at $10,000 or higher.

Woolley and Wallis, GB-Salisbury

A remarkable collection of engraved gems that once belonged to Prince Stanislas Poniatowski sold at Woolley and Wallis for an outstanding price of £325,000.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG updated their web shop with a selection of 64 new coins. The list features a number of Greek, Roman, and Medieval issues for collectors to browse.

Cayón Subastas

Cayón offers almost 1,000 lots with several attractive Greek and Roman coins as well as hundreds of individual and large lots of world coins including sets and gold coins.

Künker, D-Osnabrück

Künker’s Spring Auctions Sales were held from 21 to 25 March and from 4 to 6 April 2022. They will go down in the company’s history as the auction week with the highest turnover that was ever achieved. In this review, we present the Top Five of Celtic, Greek and Roman coins.

Stephen Album Rare Coins, USA-Santa Rosa (CA)

Auction 43 by Stephen Album Rare Coins features 3,250 lots of Ancient, Islamic, Chinese, Indian, and other World Coins. The pre-sale estimate is approximately $1.5 million USD.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries, USA-Costa Mesa

Stack’s Bowers Galleries Spring 2022 Baltimore Auction realized almost $37 million, within this sale, there were 45 numismatic objects reaching six-figure prices.

Nomos AG, CH-Zürich

Alan Walker presents some of the highlights of the upcoming Nomos 24 auction on 22nd May 2022 in Zürich. The sale features over 500 carefully chosen Ancient and Medieval coins as well as an intriguing group of coins and medals of the 16th and 17th centuries.