Archive for: World Coins

Rare English Gold Sovereign of Queen Mary I

Rare English Gold Sovereign of Queen Mary I

Coin Rarities and Related Topics by Greg Reynolds News and Analysis regarding scarce coins, coin markets, and the coin collecting community #143 ….. During the morning of Thursday, Dec. 13 on Madison Avenue in New York, Bonhams auctioned a... read more »

 

SILVER 101: LOW-BUDGET SILVER INVESTING AND COLLECTING

SILVER 101: LOW-BUDGET SILVER INVESTING AND COLLECTING

Silver 101 is a NEW CoinWeek column on Silver collecting and investing by Al Doyle. It will focus on the basics of investing in Silvers, but also provide time tested recommendations that any silver coin collector or investor can use to maximize... read more »

 

The Sunrise Collection of Islamic Coins

The Sunrise Collection of Islamic Coins

In the Eighth Century AD, while Western Europe was mired in the Dark Ages, Islamic Civilization stormed out of the Arabian Peninsula and swept over the lands formerly held by the Roman and Persian Empires. Millions of new adherents and subjects... read more »

 

Künker to offer World Coin Rarities from Germany, Europe and Russia at World Money Fair in Berlin

Künker to offer World Coin Rarities from Germany, Europe and Russia  at World Money Fair in Berlin

By Dr. Ursula Kampmann - CoinsWeekly.com ……. With over 1200 coins in tow, Künker auction house will be making its way to the 42nd World Money Fair in Berlin. Packed away in their luggage will be rarities from Germany, Europe and... read more »

 

An Important Collection of Bracteates to be offered Dec. 10-11th by Numismatik Lanz

An Important Collection of Bracteates to be offered Dec. 10-11th by Numismatik Lanz

By Dr. Ursula Kampmann - CoinsWeekly.com From ancient coins to magnificent issues from the Middle Ages and Modern Era – Numismatik Lanz is presenting quite an extensive offering on December 10th and 11th. The splendid collection of coins from... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: From 50 Cents to $1 Million? High-Grade Nelson Mandela Coins Continue to Set Price Records

The Coin Analyst: From 50 Cents to $1 Million? High-Grade Nelson Mandela Coins Continue to Set Price Records

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek …… Former South Africa President and Nobel peace prize recipient, Nelson Mandela, is clearly a man beloved by people all over the world, especially South Africans. Mr. Mandela was imprisoned by the South African... read more »

 

Numismatica Genevensis VII Auction of Ancient and World coins

Numismatica Genevensis VII Auction of Ancient and World coins

Hundreds of high-quality ancient, world, Islamic and US coins will be offered in Geneva, Switzerland, on Nov. 27-28 at the seventh auction of Numismatica Genevensis SA. Pedigreed coins that have been off the market for 50 or 100 years are represented... read more »

 

The Coin Analyst: Collecting Vatican Coins Can Be Rewarding in Many Ways

The Coin Analyst: Collecting Vatican Coins Can Be Rewarding in Many Ways

by Louis Golino for CoinWeek …… Located within the city of Rome in Italy, Vatican City, or the Vatican, is the smallest independent country in the world. The Vatican issues its own stamps and coins, and like several other European micro... read more »

 

Sedwick’s Treasure and World Coin Auction Tops $2.25 Million

Sedwick’s Treasure and World Coin Auction Tops $2.25 Million

Sedwick’s Treasure and World Coin Auction Tops $2.25 Million To view the complete list of Prices Realized, please Click here (note: the Prices Realized are hammer prices, to which buyers’ fees are added). Several lots sold for... read more »

 

Morton and Eden to Sell Greek Coins Formerly in the Collection of Denyse Berend

Morton and Eden to Sell Greek Coins Formerly in the Collection of Denyse Berend

Important ancient Greek coins exhibited by a leading New York gallery in the 1980s and previously in the collection of Mme. Denyse Bérend, the renowned French numismatist, will be sold by specialist London auctioneers Morton & Eden later... read more »

 

THE MISSING YEARS – COLLECTING THE COINS OF 1931 TO 1933

THE MISSING YEARS – COLLECTING THE COINS OF 1931 TO 1933

by Al Doyle American collectors will find slim pickings when they try to acquire coins struck from 1931 to 1933. Here’s an overview of the situation. Circulating $5 and $2.50 gold pieces were gone forever, and no silver dollars were struck... read more »

 

An Amazing 130,000 EUR for a Quadruple Thaler of Christian V of Norway at Künker

An Amazing 130,000 EUR for a Quadruple Thaler of Christian V of Norway at Künker

By Ursula Kampmann – www.coinsweekly.com ….. With a total of 8.4 million in overall final bids, a 35 % increase, and only 277 lots still left for post-auction sale out of the approximately 5,700, Künker’s latest auction was... read more »

 

Künker Auction and Market Report. VIDEO

Künker Auction and Market Report. VIDEO

Ulrich Künker, Künker Coin Auctions, Germany Interviewer: David Lisot Künker is one of the largest auction firms in Europe and holds regular auctions for ancient and world coins. Ulrich Künker shares why his firm comes to the Numismata,... read more »

 

Numismata Berlin 2012 Convention Report. VIDEO

Numismata Berlin 2012 Convention Report. VIDEO

Angela Mayboroda, Public Relations, Numismata Interviewer: David Lisot Numismata holds coin and stamp convention in different cities in Europe. Public relations for Numismata are handled by Angela Mayboroda who shares what is involved in holding... read more »

 

US & World Rare Coin Market Remains Extremely Competitive

US & World Rare Coin Market Remains Extremely Competitive

by Jim Bisognani – Reposted with Permission from NGC For the first time since a rather stormy reception in February 2010, it was actually raining during set up at the Long Beach Expo. Although it was unusually wet for Southern California,... read more »

 

PCGS and Third Party Coin Grading in Europe. VIDEO.

PCGS and Third Party Coin Grading in Europe. VIDEO.

Muriel Eymery, Vice President of International Business Development, PCGS. Interviewer: David Lisot Third party originated in the United States and has transformed the America coin market. The Professional Coin Grading Service has an office... read more »

 

The 1898 “Single 9” Pond: South Africa’s rarest gold coin

The 1898 “Single 9” Pond: South Africa’s rarest gold coin

Most serious coin collectors in South Africa have heard about the Single 9, commonly referred to as the “King of South African Coins.” However outside of the country, it is relatively unknown, despite being one of the top five most expensive... read more »

 

Coin Auction Market Report at COINEX 2012

Coin Auction Market Report at COINEX 2012

Jeremy Cheek, Morton & Eden, Steve Hill, Baldwins, Wilhelm Museler, Dr. Busso Neus Nachfolger, Lisa Norfolk, St. James’s Auctions, Farokh S. Todywalla, Todywalla Auctions and Christopher Webb, Dix, Noonan, Webb Auctions Interviewer:... read more »

 

Brock by Brock – Commemorative Silver & Gold medallions of Major General Sir Isaac Brock

Brock by Brock – Commemorative Silver & Gold medallions of Major General Sir Isaac Brock

The first ever Commemorative Silver & Gold medallions celebrating the life and legacy of Major General Sir Isaac Brock will be available for a limited period The Guernsey Mint & Bullion Company this week minted the first ever one troy... read more »

 

COINEX 2012 and the British Numismatic Trade Association: Video

COINEX 2012 and the British Numismatic Trade Association: Video

Christopher Martin, Chairman British Numismatic Trade Association and Christopher Webb, Council Member, BNTA, Interviewer: David Lisot The British Numismatic Trade Association is England’s elite group of coin dealers. Members abide by... read more »

 
 
 
 
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