Thursday, 02.07.2020


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.


Biddr covers the whole range of services you can expect from an auction platform and promises a maximum of respect for the users’ privacy. This leads to an active use of the Swiss platform and good results. Here you can find the top results of the last month.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries

Stack’s Bowers Galleries realized in their ANA 2019 auctions $30.6 million and announce to have broken the previous record for the most valuable non-error modern U.S. coin ever sold at auction.

Künker, D-Osnabrück

The lots of the Künker summer auctions 2019 generated €7.5 million, the estimate was €5.1 million. The hammer prices ranged from €20 to €190,000. We present the top ten and, in addition, a coin that is just as fascinating and that every pupil could have bought with his pocket money.

Goldberg Auctioneer, USA-Long Beach (CA)

Goldberg Auctioneer sold the second part of rare ancient Judaean coins from the Moussaieff Collection. Among the over 200 coins the very first Second Revolt coin in superb extremely fine condition brought the highest result: $77,500.

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

At Stephen Album’s the vintage Chinese section sold particularly well, with 98% of those lots selling. A large nazarana gold mohur sold for $71,400.

Dix Noonan Webb, GB-London

A very rare Roman gold coin by emperor Allectus, discovered in a newly ploughed field in Kent, sold for £552,000 at an auction held by Dix Noonan Webb. It was estimated to fetch £70,000-100,000.


SINCONA sold 3,350 lots for a total price of over CHF 7.2 millions. The US Rarities – Gold, Silver and Copper Coins Collection nearly doubled its estimate selling for more than CHF 2 millions.

Dr. Busso Peus Nachf., D-Frankfurt

In their May auction Peus offered several collections with great success: Celts, Mecklenburg, and the important Theobald Seitz Collection of medieval Meissen bracteates. German imperial coins were highly contested, too.