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Heritage Auctions

More than 2,100 bidders and all lots sold: Heritage Auctions’ US Coins Signature Auction was a clear success. A spectacular 1879 Flowing Hair stella drew nearly four dozen bids before selling for $264,000.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries

The Hong Kong sale of Stack’s Bowers Galleries in December 2021 realized more than $10 million in total sales. Leading the way was a Chinese Silver Tael Pattern Restrike that sold for $1.35 million.

Heritage Auctions, HK-Hong Kong

NGC announced that the “Mukden Tiger” certified by this grading institute was sold for more than $2.1 million at Heritage Auctions’ HKINF World Coins Auction.

Heidelberger Münzhandlung, D-Heidelberg

With Auction 83, Heidelberger Münzhandlung demonstrated that the collector market is alive and well: prices for both FDC coins and specimens of “normal” quality are on the rise. Read on to find out about the trends: which prices are at the very top and where is still room for further increase?

Stack’s Bowers Galleries

The November 2021 Showcase Auction of Stack’s Bowers featured U.S. coins, currency, and Americana. The sale was marked by several significant collections, notably the Aberg, Birdwatcher, and Fricke cabinets and saw strong bidding.

Nomos AG, CH-Zurich

Alan Walker summarizes the most interesting results of Nomos 23 featuring coins from Sicily from “the Collection I”.

SINCONA AG, CH-Zürich

SINCONA’s Fall Auctions had a total estimate for the 3,800 lots of about 6.1 million Swiss francs and realised 16.55 million Swiss francs. This demonstrated vividly how much high-quality modern coins, medals and banknotes are sought-after.

Via Numismatic

The first public auction of Via Numismatic on 23rd November 2021 was a great event despite the current Covid lockdown. A 10-ducats piece of Ferdinand III was sold for 105,000 euros.

Heritage Auctions, USA-Dallas

1790s rarities, Old West wonders and modern marvels: Heritage Auctions’ US coins auction exceeded expectations on numerous occasions. A fierce bidding war drove the final price of an 1870-CC $20 Liberty from The Prestwick Collection up to $1,620,000.

Nomos AG

The Obolos 20 auction from Nomos AG featured a selection of 1,604 lots with a total starting price of 185,308 CHF. After 7,426 bids 93% of the sale was sold and realized a total hammer price of 418,520 CHF.
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