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On 7 February 2023, Künker will auction off the Dr. Eberhard Werther Collection with coins and medals of the German states from the Middle Ages to the 19th century as well as world coins. The focus is on Brunswick.

Stampfer and Zurich Talers

The Zurich goldsmith Jakob Stampfer revolutionized coin production – not only in Switzerland but in the whole known world of his time. A triple taler klippe of 1559, which will be offered by Künker on 2 February 2023, illustrates how he did it.
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Widegren Collection Illustrates Sweden’s History

In Auction 380 Künker will be offering Swedish rarities from the Widegren Collection. Through highlights of the collection a film explains how Swedish plate money came into being and why the three crowns in the country’s coat of arms were once so contested.

Master and Servant: The 1528 Homage Taler

There are vanishingly few early modern coins that depict a peasant. The great exception is the so-called 1528 huldigungstaler (“homage taler”) of Habsburg Ferdinand I. We ask why, of all things, peasants feature so prominently on this representative coin.

Künker, Osnabrück

Künker’s sales on 2 February 2023 are auctions of superlatives. Special highlights: the Widegren Collection with Swedish coins and the second part of the Liska Collection with rare coins from Czechoslovakia, not to forget 100 rarities from the Salton Collection.

Künker

In eLive Auction 75, Künker offers 1,679 lots with orders, decorations, medal buckles, miniatures and certificates from Germany, Europe and overseas, including the Peter Groch Collection and the Ottoman Collection.

Künker, D-Osnabrück

From 18 to 21 October 2022, Künker held one of its most important sales of ancient coins to date. We present the top ten results.

Künker

On five evenings, Künker will auction a total of 3,074 lot numbers with coinage from antiquity to modern times. This is Künker's most extensive eLive auction with a purely numismatic offering.

Künker, D-Osnabrück

9.7m euros – that’s the result of the first part of Künker’s Fall Auction Sales. Thus, the total estimate of auctions 372 to 375 almost doubled! Here you can see the top five results for the first week of the Künker’s Fall Auction Sales and the front-runners of the special collections Netherlands, Hesse and Nuremberg.

Künker, D-Osnabrück

With several extensive collections on offer, Künker’s Fall Auction Sales contain favorite pieces of every collector of ancient coins. Whether you want to invest in rarities or are looking for an affordable Roman denarius: Künker’s Falls Auction Sales will provide you with great opportunities.
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