The public auction features 1,367 coins and medals from distinguished collections like Hermann Lanz, and Dr. Nicholas Lowe. One of the many highlights is an Umayyad gold dinar dated AH 77 said to be the most desirable Islamic coin estimated at £125,000.
Roma Numismatics features a selection of coinage from the Hermann Lanz collection with excellent pedigrees, four extremely rare denarii of Juba II from the Banasa/El Ksar hoard, and an attractive group of Paduan coins primarily from the collection of Italo Vecchi.
Roma Numismatics features a selection of coinage from the esteemed Hermann Lanz collection with excellent pedigrees, a large group of Kushan coins from the collection of Yacob and Tali Shavleyan, Judaean rarities, and much more.
Roma Numismatics features the Thrax Collection, which presents a considerable range of Thracian rarities, with coins that are very infrequently seen on the market, and an additional run of coins from the prestigious Hermann Lanz collection.