Künker eLive Auction 74
Künker’s eLive Auction 74 is online. It offers a total of 3,074 lot numbers with coins from the Ancient World to Modern Times on five evenings. It is the most extensive eLive Auction with a solely numismatic offering that Künker was able to present to you so far. The auction will be held from Monday, 14 November 2022, until Friday, 18 November 2022, at each day from 5.00 p.m. (CET).
The sale begins, as always, with coins from the Ancient World, from Celtic region to coins from the Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, and Orientals. You can look forward to a various selection, from the most diverse areas, regents or cities, there is something for almost every collector. From the large section of ancient times with almost 800 lots, Künker would like to draw your attention to a small series of bronzes of Judaea, including the 1st and 2nd revolts. A closer look is also worthwhile at small lots of silver coins from Larissa (Thessaly) with the popular images of Taurokathapsia, nymphs and horses (some with foals), from Corinth with Pegasos and Athena’s head and various variants of the obverse, and from Parthia, Bactria and the Sasanids, represented by numerous regents with partly rare coinage. The ancient part is completed by orientalstruck with pieces of the Ayyubids, the (Great) Seljuks and Artuquids in Mardin.
Künker would also like to recommend to you some series from the offer of the Medieval and Modern Times. Let’s start with a larger portion of medieval coins, including many nice bracteates. Furthermore, an interesting collection of rare so-called Düttchen (1/16 Taler) from different areas as well as a small selection of coins from Löwenstein in great conditions and rarities are presented. A number of interesting pieces of the city of Augsburg, as well as a series of Prussian medals are also noteworthy.
All lots of the sale can be found in the online auction catalog.
For further information about the auction house, visit the Künker website.