A gold stater from the city of Panticapaeum is currently the most expensive ancient coin ever sold at auction. In May 2023, it was sold by Numismatica Ars Classica in Switzerland for the record sum of 5,390,000 CHF or ca. $6 million.
As Germany gradually evolved into a nation-state in the 19th century, the many currencies that circulated in its territories were also unified step by step. Coins from the Duchy of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha in Künker’s auction 388 illustrate the long path from the taler to the mark.
The Met Cloisters takes you into a merchant’s house in 16th-century England. Why did a rich man exhibit images of the poor? Intriguing objects tell us about tastes and self-expression. And you can expect coins to be there too!
How have coinage or paper currency been used to create or modify national identity in history? That is the topic of the Sundman Lecture Symposium at the 2023 ANA’s World’s Fair of Money. Any ideas? Submit your summary!
The Sofia Numismatic School 2023 discusses ancient numismatics. A focus will be on the implementation of innovative digital methodology and the concept of Digital Numismatics. Graduate and postgraduate students can still apply!
Cayón Subastas ⸱ E-Auction 411 ⸱ 9 June 2023 ⸱ Online
Cayón’s E-Auction 411 is dedicated exclusively to gold coins. All of the 123 lots of gold coins from ancient to modern times are sold with no buyer’s fee.
Atlas Numismatics ⸱ Fixed Price List May 2023 ⸱ 25 May 2023 ⸱ Online
Atlas Numismatics has updated their inventory with 451 new high-quality coins, medals and tokens at fixed prices.
In March 2023, Ursula Kampmann visited Bulmint’s production facilities. ALL steps that are necessary for the manufacture of gold and silver coins are carried out there. By looking at the various departments, we can learn about every step in the production of a coin.
During the Coronation Day of King Charles III the Royal Mint Experience opened a special exhibition for 24 hours. Special events and activities marked that date and visitors could strike a particular coin.
The “Green Banknote”, developed by Giesecke+Devrient, was awarded by the International Association of Currency Affairs as the new best ecological sustainability project in the banknote sector. Why? Read on.
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