Gorny & Mosch will offer more than 850 lots of ancient art, part of which originate from the significant collection of the Israeli jeweller Shlomo Moussaieff. Highlights of the auction include ancient glasses as well as magnificent bronze sculptures from Ancient Egypt.
Roma Numismatics offers for the last time coins from the esteemed Hermann Lanz collection, as well as other Greek and Roman rarities. The sale also features rich Islamic and Modern & Medieval selections with notable and desirable coins in each.
CNG’s online auction features 621 lots with offerings of coins from three collections: the Jack A. Frazer Collection, the Nomismata Collection and the Northwest Collection. Collectors will find a rich variety of ancient coins as well as material from the Middle Ages.
Bolaffi will be offering a large run of coins of the Casa Savoia featuring the auction’s top lot, a 100 lire 1878 of Vittorio Emanuele II estimated at 40,000 euros and a complete Aratrice series of 1926 estimated at 150,000 euros. World coins, orders and decorations round the sale out.
On their all new bidding platform, CNG starts with two Keystone auctions, as the new format is called, offering Roman and Greek coins in exquisite style as well as a rare Panama-Pacific-Commemorative Set of 1915.
Solidus will be offering a series of superb late antique gold coins, a series of late medieval coins of the Principality of Moldavia rarely offered in such completeness with numerous rarities, and many attractive coins with moderate estimates.
In their next sale Chaponnière & Firmenich offer gold coins from ancient to modern times, with selected medals, banknotes and orders. Collectors will find an interesting selection of Swiss coins with a MS 66 graded 100 Francs 1925, the highest grade for this one year type.
One highlight of the sale is a selection of coins from the Trausnitz Collection. In this preview, Alan Walker focuses on some ancient coins with particularly intriguing subjects and background stories.
Numismatica Genevensis SA presents its new auction: And once more it contains coins that could please a king. All objects are extremely beautiful – whether they have an estimate of 1.5 million CHF or 200 CHF.
Cayón Numismática offers nearly 1,811 lots from a collection formed in the 1960s and 1970s that covered almost all numismatic fields with a focus on Spanish coins and medals.