14-11-2018 – 01-01-1970
The Lugdunum Sale 14
The Lugdunum Sale 14 Offers Gold at Attractive Prices
Lugdunum is holding its 14th e-auction. The 421 lots present an abundance of gold coins with reasonable estimates. All of the lots are called at a starting price of 50% of the respective estimate. This offers an opportunity for both collectors and dealers to purchase several pieces at attractive prices.
No. 19. Switzerland. Swiss Confederation. 100 francs 1925 B, Berne. Almost extremely fine. Estimate: 10,000 CHF. Starting price: 5,000 CHF.
51 lots make up one focus of this auction, which is, of course, Switzerland.
No. 82. France. Second French Empire. Napoleon III, 1852-1870. 100 francs 1858 A, Paris. Almost extremely fine. Estimate: 1,000 CHF. Starting price: 500 CHF.
The European coins include an emphasis on France, …
No. 179. Italy. Sardinia / House of Savoy. Carlo Alberto, 1831-1849. 100 lire 1834, Turin. Very fine. Estimate: 1,000 CHF. Starting price: 500 CHF.
… Italy, the German Empire (35 lots) …
No. 267. Austria. Franz Josef I, 1848-1916. 100 korona 1915. Restrike. Uncirculated. Estimate: 1,000 CHF. Starting price: 500 CHF.
… and the Habsburg Empire resp. Austria.
No. 329. USA. 20 dollars 1880, San Francisco. Almost extremely fine. Estimate: 1,000 CHF. Starting price: 500 CHF.
The end of the auction will see 151 lots from overseas including extensive batches of Australian and U.S.-American coins featuring a nice collection of Morgan dollars.
This link will take you to the Lugdunum website.
An article about the owner of the company, Jonas Flueck, has also been published in the numismatic Who’s who.