15-02-2014 – 01-01-1970
13th online auction
Pecunem Auction 13 with new auction house
Closing 16 February 2014 at Pecunem.com. With its 13th online auction, Pecunem.com celebrates its first birthday. Along with this milestone, Pecunem is pleased to announce that Solidus Numismatik, a new Munich-based dealer of coins and ancient art, has joined the online auction platform. Their first Pecunem auction is already online and will be closing on 16 February 2014.
Auction 13 features 288 lots comprising ancient Celtic, Greek, Roman Provincial, Roman, Byzantine, and Migration Period coinage. In addition, you’ll find many nice Medieval coins featuring rarities of German, European, and Georgian origin, as well as a series of Aspers of the Empire of Trapezunt. In the World coins category are German and European Talers, some of which are rarities. Finally, a large group of rare Ottoman coins and some Mongol dirhams deserve special mention.
Solidus is the second company to choose Pecunem as the home for their online auctions. They will be joining Gitbud & Naumann, which already presents monthly auctions on the platform.
By welcoming a new seller, Pecunem is continuing in its mission to offer online auctions of interesting and varied material from reputable dealers in an easy-to-use and friendly format.
Some highlights from the auction are illustrated below:
Lot 16. Kingdom of Thracia. Lysimachus (306-281 BC). Tetradrachm. Uncertain mint. Very rare.
Lot 71. Hadrianus (117-138 AD). Denarius, 132-134 AD. Rome. Rare variety.
Lot 88. Lucius Verus (161-169 AD). Dupondius, 161 AD. Rome.
Lot 167. Regensburg. Royal penny c.1130/40. Very rare.
Lot 201. Augsburg. Bearing the name of Ferdinand III (1637-1657). Taler. Augsburg. 1642.
Pecunem Auction 13 may be viewed online, where you can register and place your bids.