Thursday, 18.07.2019


No proof of origin necessary to sell and buy coins

On September 21st, 2009, 47-year-old installer Sylvio Müller stood trial for dealing in stolen goods in 711 cases. Reason for that was his hobby that the Hessian police deemed suspicious...

A pilot scheme between eBay and the Swiss Federal Office for Cultural Affairs

Seemingly deliberate deletion of auction sales cause a stir among eBay users It is a well-known problem. Anyone can turn things he doesn’t want any more into cash on eBay. In the last years, eBay has revolutionized the trade between seller and buyer and abolished the intermediary. What essentially is in the interest of the private user can be abused very easily when the seller offers goods which are illegal on the official market.

Dear friends in our numismatic world

It’s a pleasure to present the first issue of CoinsWeekly. You will find here at information about numismatics – every week, every Friday new. Please discover our numismatic-historic articles and check our archive. We will keep most of our articles there. Of course, you will also read news on the numismatic market, information about convention and congresses. And we will concentrate on the coverage of cultural property issues. We plan to publish how-to manuals for beginners, numismatic guides covering the most important numismatic centers of the world, book reviews, interviews, auction pre- and reviews. A link collection and a numismatic calendar are in the pipeline. CoinsWeekly is free for all Internet users.

In our archive, we have made all of the content available which has been published since CoinsWeekly was established.