Anyone collecting ancient coins is well aware of what the name Jacquier stands for: rarities and exquisite items. Auction sale 38 is no exception, offering numerous treats to the numismatic gourmet: 900 lots containing ancient coins, objects and literature.
Roma Numismatics Ltd, Richard Beale (London) & D. F. Grotjohann (Munich) are pleased to present the first of what will be monthly e-auctions and hosted on www.romanumismatics.com.
The popular eLive sale of Künker will take place for the 21th time. The bidding will take place on August 27 and 28, 2013. The sale focuses on Medieval coins – in silver and gold. Moreover you will see a great selection of German coins.
Stack's Bowers Galleries announces the sale of five of the finest large-size Silver Certificates. In addition, more than 80 Silver Certificates will be placed in Stack’s Bowers Galleries Official Auction of the ANA World's Fair of Money in Chicago, Ill., August 9-18.
There is no other coin in American numismatics with as storied and famous a history as the Class I 1804 $1, of which only eight exist. Heritage Auctions will be offering one specimen as the lead lot in its Platinum Night during the company’s August 8-10 event.
The popular eLive sale of Künker will take place for the 20th time. And the bidding will start on Wednesday, July 24, 2013. The sale focuses on Aquileia, Russia, Habsburg / Austria and Germany.
Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers have announced their 129th mail-bid sale of important numismatic books. It covers ancient, medieval, foreign and U.S. numismatics.
A family story behind an extraordinary cache starts as follows: Once there were two raindrops at a window and two friends avid for bets. Woolley & Wallis auctions off the betting debt from the year 1890.
The popular eLive sale of Künker will take place for the 19th time. And the bidding will start on Wednesday, June 26, 2013. The sale will contain exclusively ancient coins.
This year in June, just like every year, Gorny & Mosch offers choice objects of ancient art. The range covers the bust of the Roman emperor, Egyptian ushabtis and Greek jewellery as well as classicistic souvenirs of the educated upper class from their Grand Tour.