Gorny & Mosch Presents Highlights of Various Collections
From 14-16 October 2019, the auctions 265 “Ancient Coins” and 266 “Selected coins and medals from middle age to modern times” are held by Gorny & Mosch in Munich. Two splendid catalogues are printed on this occasion. Already for the fifth time, an e-auction will be held immediately after the room auction sales on 17 and 18 October.
1,603 ancient coins and medals will be auctioned off on 14 and 15 October 2019 by the auction house Gorny & Mosch in its business premises in Munich. Among them are pieces of
- an extensive South German private collection of Greek Coins,
- Greek coins and coins of the Roman Republic from the H.I. Collection,
- extremely interesting rarities of the Judean and Philistinian region from the Shlomo Moussaieff Collection,
- part 1 of the impressive E.L. Collection of “Greek Imperials” and
- an old collection of sesterces and its fractions.
The connoisseur will find a wide range of splendid coins of outstanding quality. A small selection of them will be presented here.
The offer at a glance:
- Celtic coins: 25 lots
- Greek coins: 657 lots
- Roman provincial coins: 503 lots
- Roman Republic: 88 lots
- Roman Imperial times: 280 lots
- Byzantine coins: 37 lots
- Migration period: 7 lots
- Literature: 6 lots
- 83: Greek Coins. Kamarina. Tetradrachm, 425-405 BC. Toned, partial mintage, obverse slightly double-struck, very fine +. Estimate: 7,500 euros
- 191: Greek Coins. Thracian Kings and Dynasts. Skostokos, 3rd century BC. Tetradrachm, ca. 290-280 BC. Well struck, light toning, extremely fine. Estimate: 3,000 euros
- 282: Greek Coins. Koinon of Epirus. Didrachm. Ca. 234-168 BC. Rare! Some traces of horn silver, extremely fine. Estimate: 5,000 euros
- 544: Greek Coins. Philistia (unknown mint). Obol. 5th/4th century BC. Extremely rare! Gitler-Tal plate coin! Slightly toned, extremely fine. Estimate: 2,000 euros
- 866: Roman Provincial Coins. Perinthus. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. AE medallion. Rare! Dark green, red-spotted shiny patina, very fine +. Estimate: 1,500 euros
- 1008: Roman Provincial Coins. Daldis. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. AE medallion. Very rare! Dark green, partially red-spotted patina, very fine. Estimate: 5,000 euros
- 1260: Roman Republic. C. Cassius Longinus and M. Servilius, 43-42 BC. Aureus. Gold. Extremely fine. Estimate: 30,000 euros
- 1320: Roman Imperial Times. Vespasian, 69-79 AD. Aureus. Gold. Rare! Fine to very fine. Estimate: 7,500 euros
- 1397: Roman Imperial Times. Septimius Severus, 193-211 AD. Aureus. Gold! Very rare! Excellent portraits! Extremely fine to FDC. Estimate: 30,000 euros
Auction 266 “Selected coins and medals” comprises 770 lots. On 16 October 2019, – among others – selected coins from the German Empire with outstanding grades will be auctioned as well as a collection of yield coins from German regions and other countries and an extensive collection of gold coins from Eastern Europe from seven centuries from Albania to the Czech Republic, which are mainly extremely fine or better. Additionally, attractive individual pieces will be sold.
The offer at a glance:
- Carolingian coins: 4 lots
- German coins & medals until 1871: 336 lots
- Germany after 1871: 67 lots
- Themed medals: 5 lots
- Austria-Hungary: 86 lots
- European coins and medals: 202 lots
- American coins and medals: 34 lots
- African coins and medals: 5 lots
- Australia and Oceania: 3 lots
- Asian coins and medals: 17 lots
- Crusader coins: 2 lots
- Islamic coins and medals: 9 lots
- 2025: Baden-Durlach. Charles William, 1709-1738. Ducat 1721, Darmstadt. Gold. Extremely rare. Gem with fine gold patina. Nearly FDC. Estimate: 10,000 euros
- 2113: Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Frederick Ulrich, 1613-1634. Löser of 5 talers 1614, Goslar or Zellerfeld. Extremely rare in this quality. Very well struck specimen, fine toning. FDC. Estimate: 40,000 euros
- 2207: Kempten, abbey. Anselm von Reichlin-Meldegg, 1728-1747. Ducat 1729. Gold. Extremely rare. Gem. Fine gold patina. Nearly FDC. Estimate: 15,000 euros
- 2317: Schleswig-Holstein-Schauenburg. Ernst III, 1601-1622. Broad double taler 1603, Altona. Very rare, especially in this quality. Gem. Beautiful patina. Extremely fine +. Estimate: 10,000 euros
- 2476: Austria-Hungary. Franz Joseph, 1848-1916. 100 korona 1908, Vienna. Gold. Gem. Proof. Estimate: 15,000 euros
- 2515: Danish West Indies. Christian IX, 1863-1906. 50 francs (10 talers) 1904, Copenhagen. Extremely rare in this quality. Show piece. NGC MS 66. FDC. Estimate: 15,000 euros
- 2603: Russia. Peter I, 1682 / 1689-1725 2 roubles 1720, Moscow, Red Mint. Gold. Very rare! Gem. Beautiful gold patina. Extremely fine +. Estimate: 15,000 euros
- 2657: Czechoslovakia. First republic, 1918-1938/39. 10 ducats 1934, Kremnica. Gold. Very rare! Only 68 specimens minted. Gem. NGC MS 65. First strike. FDC. Estimate: 20,000 euros
- 2700: Hungary. Kremnica. Gold medal of 10 ducats n.d. (1820), by K. W. Becker. St. George medal. Gold. NGC MS 61. Very attractive piece with fine gold toning, minuscule rim nicks, extremely fine +. Estimate: 10,000 euros
Once again, Gorny & Mosch will hold an e-auction immediately after the public auction. On 17 October 2019, the online auction sale of coins and multiple lots will start at 10 am. Among the offered objects there are pieces of a South German private collection of Greek Coins, Judaica of the Shlomo Moussaieff Collection and a collection of sesterces and its fractions. On 18 October 2019 starting at 10 am, coins, medals and lots from middle age to modern times will be auctioned. A total of 1,762 lower-priced lots and all multiple lots will be sold.
Here, you can find the online catalogue of the e-auction 267, which is subdivided into ancient and modern times.
The catalogues for the auctions 265 and 266 can be ordered at Gorny & Mosch, Giessener Münzhandlung, Maximiliansplatz 20, 80333 Munich, Germany, phone: +49 (0)89 24 22 643-0, fax +49 (0)89 22 85 513. They are also available online: Auction 265 and Auction 266.