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Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s Electronic Auction 535 includes 944 lots. The sale features a broad offering of ancient coins including a collection of superb Greek and provincial issues depicting river gods.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG presents the First Friday Price Lists – March 2023 offering a batch of 100 selected coins all offered at the lowest price. This list is published in conjunction with the ANA National Money Show in Phoenix.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s Electronic Auction 534 includes 885 lots. The sale features a broad offering of ancient coins from the Conti Collection, as well as a good number of rare Roman types.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s new Keystone Auction 11 offers Byzantine coins from the Gasvoda collection, and US banknotes from the Don T. Hayes collection.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s Electronic Auction 533 includes 969 lots. The sale features the DMS Collection of Ptolemaic bronze issues, presenting a number of interesting and rare types.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG presents the First Friday Price List – February 2023 with a batch of 61 selected Greek, Roman, and British coins all offered at the lowest price.

Classical Numismatic Group

In Keystone Auction 10 CNG will be offering 512 lots of Islamic coinage: a selection of Arab-Sasanian silver, Umayyad and ‘Abbasid issues in gold, silver, and bronze as well as a significant number of Fatimid issues.

Classical Numismatic Group

CNG’s Electronic Auction 532 includes 1015 lots. The sale features further selections from the D.K., Kalevala, and LH Collections, as well as new offerings from the MWF Collection.

Classical Numismatic Group

Classical Numismatic Group has published their Classical Numismatic Review Winter to present a choice of ancient, world, and British coins and medals available in its online shop. And note: in this list collectors will find items at all price levels.

Classical Numismatic Group, USA-New York

At CNG’s Triton XXVI during NYINC 2023 a unique 10-aurei gold medallion of Roman Emperor Diocletian was sold for $2.327 million – the record for the highest price paid for a Roman Imperial coin so far.
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