Tag: Heidelberger Münzhandlung
350 lots of coins and medals from Lorraine, as well as spectacular rarities from Würzburg, a Prussian Hoym thaler, a series of splendid coins from Nuremberg, along with collections of Art Nouveau medals and American half dollars: this is Auction 86 at Heidelberger Münzhandlung.
A selected offer of coins from the German Empire, a special collection Mainz, many rare gold issues from the German states and all over the world, not to forget ancient coins: once again, Heidelberger Münzhandlung has something to offer for every collector in its auction 85.
Heidelberger Münzhandlung presents rare German coins of excellent quality and, in addition, an extensive offer of world coins from antiquity to modern times. Besides remarkable individual lots, connoisseurs will find a special collection with specimens from the Franconian Circle of the Holy Roman Empire.
Granted, the question as to which coin shop is the most beautiful one is highly subjective. Many of the coin shops she visited are on Ursula Kampmann’s shortlist. But there is one location she particularly likes: Heidelberger Münzhandlung.
With Auction 83, Heidelberger Münzhandlung demonstrated that the collector market is alive and well: prices for both FDC coins and specimens of “normal” quality are on the rise. Read on to find out about the trends: which prices are at the very top and where is still room for further increase?
Heidelberger Münzhandlung presents a new testimony to the active cooperation between China and Germany: a pattern of the Dragon Dollar for Yunnan, produced with German minting presses.
Auction 83 of Heidelberger Münzhandlung offers exactly what many collectors are currently looking for: coins they can afford with estimates starting in the two-digit range. From common talers to Chinese patterns: with 5,268 lots there is something for everyone.
The international coin trade is booming thanks to Covid. This affects the prices of coins of the German Empire, too. In Heidelberger Münzhandlung’s auction, pieces of outstanding quality achieved results that had previously been unheard of: 25,500 euros for 1 mark 1879 A and 17,750 euros for 5 marks “Eichbaum” 1930 E.
Lovers of high-quality coins, this one’s for you! In auction 82 Heidelberger Münzhandlung presents an outstanding collection of coins of the German Empire of finest quality. If you are looking for uncirculated, proof and first strikes, you shouldn’t miss this auction.
Top prices for Nuremberg talers, the most expensive Nuremberg pfennig and the most expensive silver coin of the Kingdom of Westphalia: there were a lot of surprises in Heidelberger Münzhandlung’s auction 80, even though the records that are currently being achieved in the coin trade can almost no longer be called a surprise.
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