Künker eLive Public sale 66 of Historical and World Cash Now Open

Expensive bidders and coin fanatics,

eLive Public sale 66 from Künker begins as we speak. To any extent further you possibly can research all of the items of the upcoming on-line public sale at your leisure.

You may look ahead to greater than 1,700 tons from historical to fashionable instances. The supply of the traditional cash impresses amongst others with Greek cash, with an fascinating collection of coinage from Hispania. The Roman cash concentrate on the imperial interval with a number of rarities, for instance, a Spanish mintage of Sejanus, Otho, Didius Julianus, or Pescennius Niger.

From the sector of contemporary instances, we have now compiled a variety of cash and medals from all around the world, the foremost focus is on coinages from Germany in addition to on Reichsmünzen (German Cash after 1871). We want to draw your curiosity to a small assortment of good cash from the Hanseatic cities of Hamburg and Lübeck. As well as, we advocate an in depth collection of over 100 a number of Goetz medals in good situation.

The web public sale takes place from Might 4-6, 2021 beginning at 6 p.m. CET every day at www.eLive-Auction.de.

The second a part of the eLive Public sale 66, which might be auctioned off on 25/26 Might 2021, comprises orders, medals, and decorations, amongst others with collections of the Crimson Cross by Heinrich Baumann, the Iron Cross, in addition to honorary pins from the Grand Duchy of Saxony-Weimar.

We hope you now take pleasure in finding out the primary a part of our eLive Public sale 66.

Many regards from Osnabrück,

Your Künker Workforce

Chosen Highlights of eLive Public sale 66

Lot number 194
Roman Empire
Augustus, 30 B.C.-14 A.D.
Aureus, 2/1 B.C., Lugdunum.
Very tremendous.
Estimate: 1,250 Euros

Lot number 430
Papal States / Vatican
Gregor XVI, 1831-1846.
10 Scudi A VI/1836 R, Rome.
Very tremendous/extraordinarily tremendous.
Estimate: 800 Euros

Lot number 645
Republic of Czechoslovakia
Ducat 1930, Kremnitz.
Uncommon 12 months. Extraordinarily fine-uncirculated.
Estimate: 1,200 Euros

Lot number 923
Georg III, 1760-1820.
Taler 1801, Hanover. Cassengeld
Very uncommon. Solely 126 piece struck. Extraordinarily fine-uncirculated.
Estimate: 1,000 Euros

Lot number 1084
Bishopric of Münster
Ferdinand von Bayern, 1612-1650.
Ducat 1647, Münster.
Very uncommon. Frivolously bent, small scratches, barely tooled, nearly extraordinarily tremendous.
Estimate: 2,000 Euros

Lot number 1207
Bishopric of Würzburg
Johann Philipp von Greiffenklau-Vollraths, 1699-1719.
3 Ducats 1707.
Uncommon. Gentle tooling within the fields, extraordinarily tremendous.
Estimate: 2,000 Euros

Lot number 1528
Friedrich Franz IV, 1897-1918.
10 Marks 1901.
Very tremendous.
Estimate: 2,000 Euros

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