Thursday, 14.11.2019

Tag: CNG

Classical Numismatic Group

On their all new bidding platform, CNG starts with two Keystone auctions, as the new format is called, offering Roman and Greek coins in exquisite style as well as a rare Panama-Pacific-Commemorative Set of 1915.

CNG Implement New Features on Modernized Website

After years of input and suggestions from customers, CNG have decided to modernize their website to better present the auctions and to offer more and better functionality for bidders. Customers can expect an array of new features.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s online auction features 766 lots with offerings of coins from two major collections: the J.B. Collection and the Jack A. Frazer Collection. This sale also presents a number of antiquities: ancient near Eastern seals, Greek ceramics, and Roman glass.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s online auction features 619 lots with Sicilian bronze issues and Roman aurei from the Alpine Collection. The sale is rounded out by a handful of crude but rare and historically interested Irish copper issues from the Cities of Refuge during the Great Rebellion.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s online auction features 900 lots with the final offerings from the Michel Prieur Collection. Roman aurei from the Alpine Collection, and British copper and bronze coins from the Brondesbury Park Collection round out this auction.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s online auction features 949 lots, many of them from significant collections, including the Baldwin Maull Collection, and the Johnson Family Collection, and a specialized group of Roman Republican coins from the Andrew McCabe Collection.

Classical Numismatic Group

Once again Classical Numismatic Group has published their Classical Numismatic Review to present a choice of coins and medals available in their online shop. This issue includes some outstanding examples of ancient and British coinage.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s Sale 112 will offer 856 lots featuring various collections and individual rarities. The highlight is a tetradrachm from the Aitna Master published by Cahn with an excellent pedigree estimated at $500,000.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s online auction features 792 lots including attractive silver and bronze issues of Sicily and Magna Graecia, and Roman provincial tetradrachms from the Michel Prieur Collection with enigmatic “atypical” coins.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s online auction features over 600 lots including an offering of Athenian owls, a specialized selection of small silver and bronze issues of Asia Minor, and an array of encapsulated U.S. gold issues.
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