Künker’s auction 342 on 2 and 3 November 2020 will be a literature-only auction. The research library of French coin dealer Alain Poinsignon will be on offer. It contains important numismatic reference works that were published between the 19th and 21st centuries and cover a broad spectrum of subjects from antiquity to present times.
Roma Numismatics’s Auction XX features 1,020 lots from important collections. The top highlight of the auction is the third known aureus of the EID-MAR-type issued by Caesar’s murderer Brutus. The only known specimen available on the market is estimated at £500,000.
On 6 November 2020 Frankfurter Münzhandlung Nachf. will be offering nearly 1250 lots with a total estimate of 1 million euros. One highlight will be the Giesen Collection of medieval issues amongst a wide range of German rarities.
Gadoury’s auction on 30 and 31 October 2020 offers finest issues from ancient to modern times including numerous gold coins. Furthermore, collectors will encounter the third part of the spectacular collection of a “Gentiluomo di Casa Reale” with coins and medals from the Casa Savoia.