Künker eLive Public sale 69 is on-line. Any longer you’ll be able to examine all items of the upcoming public sale at your leisure.
Greater than 1,800 heaps–from the traditional world to trendy instances, in addition to army orders and decorations–await you on three evenings: Tuesday, 30 November to Thursday, 2 December 2021, beginning at 5 pm Central European Time (11 am Japanese Commonplace Time).
The public sale begins late Tuesday afternoon with the traditional cash. This half is stuffed with many small collection of fascinating cash; specifically, we check with the didrachms of Taranto, the silver items of Seleucus I (Syria), and Sophytes (Bactria) in numerous denominations. Among the many Roman cash, there are some provincial coinages: they arrive, for instance, from Elaia (Aeolis), Alexandria (Aegyptus), Caesarea (Cappadocia), and Antioch (Syria). The Ayyubid dinars grouped into heaps, together with Al-Nasir Salah al-din Yusuf bin Ayyub (Saladin), shut the illustrious circle of historic cash.
The medieval and trendy cash and medals will observe immediately after the traditional cash. We suggest you check out a set of cash from Mainz. Moreover, we current you with good items from Habsburg in addition to a collection of Prussian medals.
On Thursday we are going to dedicate ourselves totally to orders and decorations from Germany, Europe, and abroad. On provide would be the seventh a part of the Peter Groch assortment with decorations and results of the aviation of the Central Powers within the First World Struggle in addition to the Baden assortment of Gerhard “Jimmy” Treffeisen. Orders, badges of honor, medals, badges, and small badges from the German states, the German Empire from 1919 to 1945, the Federal Republic of Germany, and quite a few German marksmen awards, in addition to from European international locations and from abroad from different properties are to observe.
We now hope you get pleasure from finding out our eLive Public sale 69.
Many regards from Osnabrück,
Tuesday, November 30 – 5 pm (CET)
- Cash from the traditional World
- European Cash and Medals
- Cash and Medals from abroad
- Habsburg Hereditary Lands-Austria
- German Cash and Medals: Aachen – Brandenburg-Prussia (Friedrich Wilhelm II.)
Wednesday, December 1 – 5 pm (CET)
- German Cash and Medals: Brandenburg-Prussia (Friedrich Wilhelm III.) – Württemberg
- German Cash after 1871
Thursday, December 2 – 5 pm (CET)
- The Peter Groch Assortment, half 7
- The Gerhard Treffeisen Assortment
- German Orders and Decorations
- European Orders and Decorations
- Orders and Decorations from Abroad
Choose Highlights from eLive Public sale 69
Lot quantity 15
Stater, round 500 BCE
Very uncommon. Effective firming, very advantageous.
Estimate: 2,000 euros
Lot quantity 55
Dareike, round 420/375 BCE
Estimate: 750 euros
Lot quantity 237
Ferrante II Gonzaga, 1575-1621-1630.
Very uncommon. Small edeg fault on the edge, very fine-extremely advantageous.
Estimate: 1,500 euros
Lot quantity 1189
Silver commemorative coin within the measurement of a 2 Marks piece 1892.
From polished dies. Tiny scratches, extraordinarily fine-uncirculated.
Estimate: 1,000 euros
Lot quantity 1273
5 Reichsmarks n. d. (1927) D. Sample.
Extraordinarily uncommon. Some check marks on the edge, small scratch within the subject on the obvers, extraordinarily advantageous.
Estimate: 2,000 euros
Lot quantity 2507
Imperial Austrian Franz Joseph Order (1849), breast star for the Commander’s Cross (with star), 2nd mannequin (1872-1918), 1st subject (with utility in gold – 1872-1916), made by Vinc Meyer’s Söhne in Vienna, 900/000 silver, utility gold enamelled, with within the higher half broken (damaged) pin, within the authentic black, barely warped, gold-coloured printed case from Meyer’s Söhne.
Estimate: 1,500 euros
Lot quantity 2535
Order of the Sensible Star, third class set consisting of: badge with the unique full sash ribbon, and breast star, each with matriculation quantity “392”, with pin, of their authentic case.
Estimate: 5,000 euros
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