Tag: Heidelberger Münzhandlung
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.
The 78th auction of Heidelberger Münzhandlung has everything a collector could wish for: from ancient to modern times, coins, medals paper money, literature – as usual with a focus on German coins. Additionally, an impressive selection of rare gold coins will be offered.
The 77th auction of Heidelberger Münzhandlung covers the entire spectrum of numismatics: from ancient to modern times, from coins to paper money and literature. Special highlights are ancient gold coins, Bavarian rarities and an extensive collection of Russian and German coins of excellent quality from the 19th and the 20th century.
In Auction 76, Heidelberger Münzhandlung will offer an extremely rare taler of John I, Duke of Palatine-Veldenz-Zweibrücken. It was minted by a historian, coin collector and convinced Christian who converted from the Lutheran to the Reformed faith. This taler could be a record of his decision.
Heidelberger Münzhandlung is going to auction off spectacular individual pieces in addition to extensive collections of ancient gold coins, French coins and medals, Luxembourgian coins, German talers as well as coins from Brunswick, Notgeld from 1914/1915 and numismatic literature.