The current Premium-Auction 56 of Solidus presents again an astonishing series of Saxon coins and medals. Furthermore a smaller series of brilliant coins from the Duchy of Warsaw as well as gorgeous medals of the city of Danzig are on offer.
Solidus’ second special auction of the Ottoman Empire contains 365 coins from the 14th century to the time around 1900: predominantly coins of the Ottomans and 20 coins of the Anatolian Beyliks with numerous rarities and variants of different types.
The fifth Solidus Literature Auction 55 offers no less than 1756 lots published between 1615 to 2019. The sale features numerous bibliophile rarities, important numismatic standard works, and highly interesting auction catalogues.
Solidus’ Winter Auction 53 is online and contains 456 individual lots, including 42 selected premium lots. It offers a wide range of attractive collector's coins from Antiquity, the Middle Ages and Modern Times, including some interesting medals.
In December Solidus will hold two auctions focusing on special topics: Auction 50 will see 101 selected Saxon silver coins from the late 16th till the early 20th century, Auction 51 contains 333 Islamic coins including many rarities.
Solidus will be offering a series of superb late antique gold coins, a series of late medieval coins of the Principality of Moldavia rarely offered in such completeness with numerous rarities, and many attractive coins with moderate estimates.
The auction focuses on Saxony and Regensburg, both with many rarities and superb conditions. Other prominent items are rare medals from 17 c. Gdansk, and two remarkable coins of Augsburg mentioning the emperor Karl VI.
The auction contains 490 selected lots with coins of the Ottoman Empire from the 14th century to the time around 1900: predominantly coins of the Ottomans and 25 coins of Anatolian Beyliks. Some of the coins of Suleiman I are from many rare mints.
Solidus offers more than 1,311 lots in their fourth Literature Auction 41 on 11 May 2019. The books were published between 1617 and 2018 and comprise many bibliophilic rarities and numismatic reference works.