Rare Coins Moscow Auction 24 will be offering again many rare coins of high quality with a focus on Russian coins. Among the many rarities there is also a probably unique 1 Ruble 1890 starting at $260,000.
Naville Numismatics’ Live Auction 58 features a selection of 790 lots of Greek, Roman, Byzantine coins, all chosen with contribution from NAC’s experts. Highlights include a rare decadrachm or 50 Litrae of Syracuse.
Roma Numismatics’ E-Sale 72, held in association with Dutch Numismatic Auction by Agora Numismatiek (Amsterdam), features 2,033 lots of Ancient, Islamic and World coins.
CNG’s Electronic Auction 469 features 705 lots and features coins coming from different collections. Also of note is an exceptional offering of Silk Road bracteates, as well as a fascinating selection of Roman Provincial issues.
Auctions 63 and 64 of Zurich based SINCONA AG consist of about 4,000 lots with an estimate of almost 3 million Swiss francs. Highlight can be found among world coins and medals, bullion issues for investors and important pieces from Switzerland.
Künker is the go-to auction house for collectors who want to sell special collections. This fact is proven by auction 337. The following fields are represented by comprehensive collections: Bavaria, Schleswig-Holstein, Lippe, mining and yield issues as well as Russia.
In an additional E-Auction Gorny & Mosch will be offering ancient coins, and coins and medals from the Middle Ages to Modern Times. A particular highlight is the important E.L. collection of ‘Greek Imperials’ from a private owner from Southern Germany.
The 78th auction of Heidelberger Münzhandlung has everything a collector could wish for: from ancient to modern times, coins, medals paper money, literature – as usual with a focus on German coins. Additionally, an impressive selection of rare gold coins will be offered.
In Stephen Album’s Auction 37 collectors will find 3,750 lots of Ancient, Islamic, Chinese, General World, and Indian Coins, and also 231 lots of Numismatic Literature, including selections from the H. F. Bowker Numismatic Library.
Künker’s eLive Auction 60 will offer over 2,600 lots. Particularly noteworthy are Roman coins from the collection of a Hanseatic Roman connoisseur, a collection of coins from the house of Habsburg, as well as 600 lot numbers of orders and decorations.