In Auction 117, on 11 April 2023, Solidus presents 531 attractive lots with some very rare Russian coins and an extremely rare thaler of Joseph II of Austria. Additionally, there are groups of coins with very moderate estimates and a selection of numismatic literature.
Solidus offers 773 selected lots of literature on numismatics of the Middle Ages and modern times, supplemented by a series of numismatic journals.
In auction 113 Solidus presents 444 lots, containing a run of Polish coins with many rarities, some very rare Russian issues, and Gold coins from all periods.
Solidus concludes 2022 with auction 111. The sale comprises 148 high-quality lots of selected numismatic literature with many rarities and bibliophilic treasures from the 16th to the 19th century.
In the current Auction, Solidus presents 60 selected Roman Provincial coins and 235 Islamic coins. The latter have a clear focus on Ilkhanid coinage.
In the 9th Solidus Literature Auction 423 lots of selected literature on ancient numismatics are complemented by several works on general numismatics.
Solidus’ latest literature auction features 386 lots, including many 17th to 19th century bibliophile treasures, as well as rare and sought-after numismatic literature, periodicals and auction catalogs.
In Auction 97, Solidus presents 580 coins of antiquity, including some sought-after rarities and remarkably preserved specimens.
In Auction 86 Solidus is presenting 820 coins from Antiquity to Modern Times, including some rarities and examples of outstanding quality. The Greek and Roman coins include some items of the collection Prof. Dr. Peter Robert Franke.
The 85th Solidus auction presents over 650 Greek coins from the collection of Professor Franke, author of numerous academic publications on ancient numismatics and the opulently illustrated “Die griechische Münze” with photographs by Hirmer. A truly scholarly collection.
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