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Künker, D-Osnabrück

Künker was able to offer as many as eleven special collections in its Spring Auction Sales 2023. 4,300 lots realized a total of 15.4m euros. A medal fetched the most expensive hammer price of 525,000 euros. Read on to learn about the top pieces of the second part of Künker’s Spring Auction Sales.

Künker

In eLive Auction 77, from 13-19 April 2023, Künker will be auctioning more than 4,300 lots with coins and medals from antiquity to modern times as well as orders and decorations from all over the world.

Künker, D-Osnabrück

The Wolf Collection was the undisputed highlight of Künker’s auction sales of ancient coins in March 2023. The many pieces with outstanding provenances brought impressive results. The Republican denarii of the Bauss Collection even fetched three times their estimate.

Mainz and the 1742 Imperial Election – An Archbishop Caught Between the Fronts

1740: a magnificent medal of the Archbishop of Mainz stresses his steady political course. But then came 20 October 1740, triggering consequences at the European level that put Mainz in an extremely difficult position.

Salzburg Rarities from the Dr. Franz Schedel Collection

On 20 March 2023, auction house Künker will offer the Professor Dr. Franz Schedel Collection featuring coins and medals from Salzburg. A film presents a selection of rarities and tells their stories.

Künker meets Numismata

On the occasion of the Munich Numismata, Künker will organize an additional viewing for their Spring Auction Sales and a lecture by Professor Johannes Nollé. Every coin enthusiast is invited to come.

Künker, Osnabrück

A total result of almost 10m euros for 730 lots, 15 six-digit hammer prices, the leading piece selling for 420,000 euros – that is the roundup of Künker’s Berlin Auction Sales.

Provenance – A Coin’s Fourth Dimension

On 17 March 2023, the Künker auction house will offer the Roger Wolf Collection, which contains a particularly extensive offer of coins with outstanding provenances. This article presents the fascinating biographies of some of the best-known collectors of ancient coins and shows examples of the coins they collected from Künker’s auctions 382 and 383.

Künker, D-Osnabrück

As many as eleven special collections will be sold by Künker from 16 to 24 March 2023, including ancient and modern gold coins from the Wolf Collection, denarii of the Roman Republic from the Bauss Collection, Salzburg coins and medals from the Schedel Collection, bracteates from the Fleige Collection, Mainz coins from the Memmesheimer and Beaury Collections, and many more.

The Peak of the Roman Imperial Crisis

The Roman Emperor in captivity! Marauding tribes in the heart of Italy! And a quarter of the Roman Empire declaring independence under a usurper. The year 260 is considered the peak of the Roman Imperial Crisis. Coins tell of this terrible time.
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