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Künker

On 7 February 2023, Künker will auction off the Dr. Eberhard Werther Collection with coins and medals of the German states from the Middle Ages to the 19th century as well as world coins. The focus is on Brunswick.

Heritage Auctions, USA-Long Beach (FL)

An 1855-S Three Dollar Gold, PR64 Cameo will be the highlight at Heritage’s Long Beach Expo Auction in February 2023. This coin is unique and in exceptional condition. Particular interest may see collections of Morgan Dollars and Early Eagles.

Stack’s Bowers Galleries, USA-New York

The Anthony J. Taraszka Collection of Polish coins was a highlight in the Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ sale at NYINC 2023. The auction saw strong prices across the numismatic spectrum, realizing an impressive $16,613,761.

Atlas Numismatics

Atlas Numismatics has updated their inventory with 595 new high-quality coins, medals and tokens at fixed prices.

Naville Numismatics

Naville Numismatics presents its Live Auction 79 featuring 741 lots of Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Medieval and Modern coins. The Roman Provincial part of the sale includes a selection from the Dattari Collection.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s Electronic Auction 532 includes 1015 lots. The sale features further selections from the D.K., Kalevala, and LH Collections, as well as new offerings from the MWF Collection.

NAC USA

NAC USA proposes its “Second Tray”, a fixed-price list with coins from NAC AG and Shanna Schmidt Numismatics Inc stock. The trays are weekly selections and as a new tray is offered, the last will be taken down.

Classical Numismatic Group

Classical Numismatic Group has published their Classical Numismatic Review Winter to present a choice of ancient, world, and British coins and medals available in its online shop. And note: in this list collectors will find items at all price levels.

Classical Numismatic Group, USA-New York

At CNG’s Triton XXVI during NYINC 2023 a unique 10-aurei gold medallion of Roman Emperor Diocletian was sold for $2.327 million – the record for the highest price paid for a Roman Imperial coin so far.

Heritage Auctions, USA-New York

Queen Anne 5 Guineas are not so rare, but they are extremely rare in mint state. That was the reason why a specimen on sale during Heritage’s NYINC auction was sold for $264,000. Two other pieces achieved the same sum.

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