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Heritage Auctions

The Paramount Collection sold for a total of $41,941,592. Top lot was a British 5 Pound Pattern of 1937, which is now the most expensive British coin ever sold. And there were even more records.

Kolbe & Fanning

Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers auctioned off highlights from the numismatic library of the late Richard Margolis. The sale attracted considerable attention from all over the world, with well over 250 bidders registering for the 539-lot sale.

Leu Numismatik

1.5 million CHF - more than five time the total estimated - was the result of Leu Numismatics’ 15th online auction highlighted by a wonderful drachm with the portrait of Poppaea and an aureus of Numerian.

Nomos AG

Over 98% of the 1,016 lots of Obolos 18 were sold. The total selling price of 750,189 CHF was more than double the estimate. Read Alan Walker’s presentation of some notable results.

Stephen Album Rare Coins

Stephen Album Rare Coins held its Auction 39 from 21st to 25th January 2021. The bidding totaled $1.94 million (including buyer’s fees) on a pre-sale estimate of $1.08 million with a sell-through rate of 95.2%.

Künker, D-Osnabrück

What a strong start! The 721 lots of the first Künker auction in the anniversary year realized a total amount of 9.3 million euros! We present the top ten.

Dix Noonan Webb

An extremely fine and rare 50 Shilling of Oliver Cromwell sold for £471,200 in a Dix Noonan Webb auction in January. This is a world record price for a Cromwellian coin which was caused by its quality and its rarity: only 12 specimens are believed to exist.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s Triton XXIV sale offered a choice selection of the most famous ancient coins like a Pantikapaion stater and an EID MAR denarius. However, the most expensive coin was another one.

Heritage Auctions

It’s a time of records: Heritage sold the world’s most valuable gold coin for $9.36 million as well as five US coins for more than $2 million each. The events scheduled for the FUN and the NYINC realized in total $90,687,367.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries

Stack’s Bowers Galleries held their official NYINC auction in California as the convention could not take place. Thanks to the recently acquired Coins in Motion technology the online participation was vivid.