Lovers of high-quality coins, this one’s for you! In auction 82 Heidelberger Münzhandlung presents an outstanding collection of coins of the German Empire of finest quality. If you are looking for uncirculated, proof and first strikes, you shouldn’t miss this auction.
Stack’s Bowers Galleries set new records in their March 2021 Las Vegas Auction. The legendary 1822 Half Eagle sold for astonishing $8.4 million placing itself as the most valuable US Mint gold coin ever sold. And it was not the only US Mint record!
The upcoming Heritage US Coins Signature Auction offers more than 2,500 lots from 14 single-owner collections. The auction includes parts of the collections of Donald G. Partrick, Bob R. Simpson, and many US coins of the highest rarity.
The upcoming Electronic Auction 490 of Classical Numismatic Group features 1,051 lots many of which come from the Peter J. Merani and the Arthur M. Fitts Collection, including ancient and world coins and a group of silver issues of James I and Charles I.
SINCONA offers in its auctions 69 and 70 over 3,200 lots with a total estimate of more than 3.3 million Swiss francs. In its 10th year of existence the Swiss auction house again presents rarities in splendid conditions.
Thanks to 2,300 bidders from all over the world, the total of Künker’s last auction sale resulted in almost twice its estimate. One reason for this success were outstanding collections. We present the top five from the Tesmer Collection of Brandenburg-Prussia and the top three from the extraordinary collection of Roman Alexandrian coinage.
The 1,145 lots of Roma Numismatics Ltd.’s Auction XXI sold for over £4 million. The highest selling lot was a histamenon of two Byzantine empresses with a provenance going back to 1958.
Agora Numismatiek published a Spring fixed-price list offering a nice selection of rare and interesting coins in the quality you are used to from Agora Numismatiek for pre-pandemic prices.
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 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.