In Auction 86 Solidus is presenting 820 coins from Antiquity to Modern Times, including some rarities and examples of outstanding quality. The Greek and Roman coins include some items of the collection Prof. Dr. Peter Robert Franke.
The sixth e-Live auction of VIA Numismatics comprises more than 800 lots from all price ranges from ancient to modern coins. One focus of the sale is on rare and sought-after Austrian coins and medals featuring a large run of gold coins from Franz Joseph.
Cayón Subastas’ E-Auction 77 comprises almost 400 lots featuring a wide selection of Spanish and World coins. The sale will close on 22nd September 2021.
In auction 41 Stephen Album will be offering 3,150 lots of Ancient, Islamic, Chinese, Indian, and General World Coins. The sale comprises also the Charles Opitz Collection of Ethnographic Money Part II.
In Solidus’ Literature Auction 7, 1,531 lots will be offered in various languages. In addition to numerous bibliophile rarities, there are important numismatic standard works as well as rare auction catalogs of important and sought-after collections.
In Auction 49 Paul-Francis Jacquier will be offering over 1,500 lots with an extensive run of Celtic, Greek and Roman coins as well as numismatic literature, partly from the BCD library.
Kolbe & Fanning will auction the Salton library in cooperating with Künker. The extraordinary ensemble is especially rich in works dedicated to ancient coins and medals. Connoisseurs can also look forward to extensive holdings of old European auction catalogues.
A spectacular fluorite from Chifeng City, China, could bring $100,000 or more in Heritage Auctions’ Treasures of China Fine Minerals Auction. This sale features 133 carefully chosen minerals, one of the finest selections of minerals from China ever offered at auction.
“The Fascination of Minted Gold” is the name Künker gave to the Hermann Schwarz Collection, which contains about 1,500 gold coins. And it is just one of many collections offered in Künker’s Fall Auction Sales: the material covers the entire spectrum from antiquity to Brandenburg-Prussia and Brunswick to modern times.
CNG’s fall sale features 1,434 lots from ancient Greeks to United States coins and medals including many rare and sought-after items. The presale estimate is just over $2 million.