The current Premium-Auction 56 of Solidus presents again an astonishing series of Saxon coins and medals. Furthermore a smaller series of brilliant coins from the Duchy of Warsaw as well as gorgeous medals of the city of Danzig are on offer.
CNG's Electronic Auction 464 features 747 lots. This time, collectors will find a remarkable collection of medieval coins from the Richard A. Jourdan Collection. This collection was inspired by the book “Coins of Medieval Europe”.
This sale features a selection of 712 lots of Greek, Roman, Byzantine coins, all chosen with contribution from NAC’s experts. The Roman Provincial part of the sale includes a selection from the famous Dattari Collection.
Künker’s eLive Auction 59 is online and comprises over 1,500 lots ranging from the ancient world to modern times. The sale features ancient coins from the Phoibos collection, an interesting series from Venice, and a small collection of thalers from Saxony.
Solidus’ second special auction of the Ottoman Empire contains 365 coins from the 14th century to the time around 1900: predominantly coins of the Ottomans and 20 coins of the Anatolian Beyliks with numerous rarities and variants of different types.
Baldwin’s of St. James’s March auction will include the 197 lot Pavilion Collection of Medals Reflecting upon the Life and Times of George IV, supposed to be “the first such specialist collection of George IV to be offered in the market”.
Roma Numismatics Auction XIX is open for bidding and features 1,083 lots of ancient and World coins, coming from notable collections like the William Stancomb Collection of Coins of the Black Sea Region. The auction will be closed to all attendees, and held online and via telephone only.
The fifth Solidus Literature Auction 55 offers no less than 1756 lots published between 1615 to 2019. The sale features numerous bibliophile rarities, important numismatic standard works, and highly interesting auction catalogues.
CNGs Electronic Auction 463 features 691 lots. Collectors will find an attractive selection of Roman Provincial bronze issues from the Summer Haven Collection, as well as a small group of Kyzikene electrum staters, and an impressive array of group lots.
During the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Spring Expo in Baltimore, Stack’s Bowers will present part VI and VII of the D. Brent Pogue Collection. Collectors will find the marvellous paper money collection and American coins of exceptional quality.