Tag: Numismatica Genevensis
On 14 November 2022, Numismatica Genevensis will auction off a 20-fold Basel ducat of 1741 with the exceptional grade of MS65PL. It depicts the most beautiful Basel city view one could imagine. The estimate is CHF 600,000.
The Belgian 1 franc coins of 1917 and 1918: several millions of them were minted, but only a few specimens have survived. In its upcoming auction, Numismatica Genevensis will be offering four extremely rare pieces. Read on to discover their story.
In its upcoming auction, Numismatica Genevensis will be presenting two specimens of the most beautiful coins of Greek numismatics – or even of all time, actually. These coins are two Syracusan decadrachms by Kimon, featuring an almost portrait-like image of Arethusa on the reverse.
On 14 and 15 November 2022, Numismatica Genevensis will be presenting the very finest in fine numismatics. Among the pieces on offer will be two of the most beautiful known Greek coins, the collection of a “distinguished gentleman” and the second part of the Geneva Collection.
In their November auctions Numismatica Genevensis SA offered pieces that had one thing in common: They were extremely beautiful, regardless of whether they had an estimate of CHF 2,000 or CHF 1.5 million. Collectors and investors appreciated the outstanding quality. The hammer prices were impressive. Here you can find some remarkable results.
A few days after completing the 12th year of his reign, Mughal Emperor Jahangir had a series of twelve gold mohurs minted. They feature the twelve zodiac signs. In its auction 11, auction house Numismatica Genevensis SA is able to present the largest ensemble of coins from this series that has ever been on offer.