Ancient and Spanish Coins at Tauler & Fau’s Madrid Auction
Tauler & Fau will be holding its 30th Auction on 29th of May 2019 at 04:00 p.m. (CEST) in the Hotel VP Plaza España Design in Madrid.
The Auction has 637 lots that embrace almost every numismatic period starting with a very interesting ensemble of Ancient coins, 256 lots followed by an outstanding selection of Spanish Coins (340 lots) which cover the period from the Middle Ages to the Centenary of the Peseta (1868-1931). Auction 30 concludes with 21 very assorted lots of World Coins and 18 Banknotes among which are 4 extremely rare non-adopted projects from the Bank of Spain. These are some highlights:
Lot 404. Ferdinand VI. 8 escudos. 1754. Guatemala. J. The first coin minted in Guatemala switches from hammered to milled coinage. Lovely orange patina. Specimen of the highest rarity. Almost extremely fine. Ex-Jesús Vico S.A. Auction 141 (2015), lot 283 Starting bid: 18,000 Euro.
Lot 570. Amadeo I. 100 pesetas. 1871*18-71. Madrid. SDM. Yellow gold. With certificate of authenticity extended by Calicó Numismatic Cabinet in February 1985. Extremely rare. Almost uncirculated. Starting bid: 100,000 Euro.
You can order the printed catalog of Auction 30 for free.
Or you can enjoy the digital version, which oﬀers many other advantages:
- Edge photographs and 360º pictures of the most signiﬁcant lots
- Actual price in diﬀerent currencies
- Over bid notifcations and recommended lots
- Own live bidding system
For more information and the complete auction catalogue go to the Tauler&Fau website.
Internet live bidding is possible for customers who have registered at Tauler&Fau website.
Tauler & Fau holds several E-Auctions every 15 days, amongst them you can ﬁnd thematic, specials and monographic auctions. In addition, it holds two to three ﬂoor auctions per year with high quality and rare lots.