Tuesday, 28.01.2020


Nomos AG

Zurich Nomos AG had a successful Obolos 14 sale closing with 93 % of the lots sold and a final hammer price doubling the estimate.

Numismatica Genevensis SA CH-Geneva

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

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.

Cayón Numismática

The past e-auction of Cayón Numismática featured an old-style collection that attracted many participants and achieved very good results.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries, USA-Baltimore, MD

In their Baltimore auction, Stack’s Bowers Galleries offered the Collection of Numismatist John W. Adams, featuring extraordinary early American medals like the rare 1792 Diplomatic Medal.

Hansons Auctioneers & Valuers, GB-Etwall

The first Olympic medals won by a British black athlete in 1928 together with his sporting memorabilia sprinted to success at the Hansons Auction on 19 November 2019.

Dr. Busso Peus Nachf., D-Frankfurt

Peus from Frankfurt can be proud of its last successful auction sale. There were impressive prices, especially in the chapters featuring coins from Germany before 1871 and Judaica. The ancient coins also brought high hammer prices, too.

Künker, D-Osnabrück

Lots with a total estimate of about 7 million euros were sold for 11 million: That is the result of Künker’s Fall Auction Sales 2019. We present the top five, plus the top five Greek coins and an interesting coin for a small budget.

Stephen Album Rare Coins, USA- Santa Rosa (CA)

Three interesting collections helped to attract bidders to the sale. One major highlight from the collection of Dr. Axel Wahlstedt was a Mughal zodiac ½ rupee, the first of its kind offered at public auction. It realized a price of $41,650.

Roma Numismatics, GB-London

1,367 lots went under the hammer resulting in total sales of £3,143,566 (excluding fees). The sale’s highlight was an excessively rare aureus of Julia Domna in Fleur de Coin condition, sold for £80,000.