Although moved to Santa Ana the “Baltimore auctions” of Stack’s Bowers Galleries were record-setting: in total, the Brent Pogue Collection realized $131,298,560 after Part VI and VII, consisting of masterpieces of US coins and paper money, was now sold.
One highlight at Stack’s Bowers Galleries NYINC sale was a stunning 1692 5 Guineas from Great Britain graded NGC MS-62 that realized $312,000. Specialized collections like the Kyle Ponterio Collection of Countermarked issues were also in the center of attention.
Heritage’s World & Ancient Coins January 2020 sales have surpassed $17m with a world auction record for a “Una and the Lion” selling for $690,000. The U.S. coins sales were led by a $2,160,000 bid for a 1927-D Double Eagle, the rarest regular-issue of a 20th century American coin.
With the likes of the famous Brutus Denarius, and the only gold coin with a portrait of Charlemagne, CNGs Triton auction at the New York International Numismatic Convention offered great rarities and famous collections that altogether realized over $13 Million.
In their November auctions Numismatica Genevensis SA offered pieces that had one thing in common: They were extremely beautiful, regardless of whether they had an estimate of CHF 2,000 or CHF 1.5 million. Collectors and investors appreciated the outstanding quality. The hammer prices were impressive. Here you can find some remarkable results.
Roma Numismatics E-Sale 64 was a big success. 1,226 lots went under the hammer, resulting in total sales of £266,043 being achieved. Any lots that did not already sell are available to purchase at fixed prices on the recently created shop page on the Roma Numismatics website.