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CoinsWeekly Coin Records

The world demands superlatives. Let’s give it superlatives. You and your company have a record to announce? Here, you will find out how to submit it. more ]

The Most Expensive Russian Coin – and Likewise the Most Expensive European Coin

The first CoinsWeekly Coin Record to be submitted is the most expensive Russian coin. It is also the most expensive European coin and was sold by the Swiss auction house Sincona in 2012.
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The Largest Collection of Islamic Coins in Germany

Tübingen owns the largest collection of Islamic coins in Germany. It is believed to only be outnumbered by the Russian Hermitage in St Petersburg as well as the coin collection in Qatar. Most notably, the collection in Tübingen is organized systematically and is used for research purposes. more ]

The Heaviest (and Probably the Most Expensive) Coin in the World

The collection of CoinsWeekly Coin Records continues! This time, we present to you the heaviest coin in the world. It is the 2012 Australian Kangaroo One Tonne Gold Coin which was made by the Perth Mint and weighs impressive 1,012 kilograms (2,231 pounds). more ]

The most expensive coin of Lüneburg

The next CoinsWeekly Coin Record has been announced and this time it is the most expensive coin of Lüneburg. The 10 ducat piece is an off-metal strike in gold of a jagdtaler and was made in 1620. It was sold by auction house Gerhard Hirsch Nachfolger in Auction 333. more ]

The World’s Largest Number of Credit Hours per Week in Numismatic Studies

Of course, our CoinsWeekly Coin Records also include numismatic teaching and research. A university in Europe believes they offer the largest number of credit hours per week in numismatic studies. more ]

Record Update – The Most Expensive Greek Coin

An earlier CoinsWeekly Coin Record submission has been surpassed: the world’s most expensive Greek coin. Our readers have pointed out a piece that sold for an impressive 3.25 million U.S. dollars in 2012. more ]

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