Coinwatch had a vision when it was founded in 1984: to combine coins and watches for those who love coins and wish to display them. The birth of watches with coins as dials.
Pobjoy Mint celebrates World Penguin Day with the world’s first inverted 50 pence coin. It features two emperor penguins.
Künker ⸱ Auctions 387-388 ⸱ 20-22 June 2023 ⸱ Osnabrück
In June, Künker will hold four auction sales. This preview is dedicated to the public auctions 387-388 from 20 to 22 June. Among other things, auction 387 includes Swedish rarities from the Ekström Collection, another part of the Popken Collection with lösers as well as a small series on Mecklenburg. Auction 388 covers German coins from 1800 to 1918.
Stack’s Bowers & Ponterio ⸱ April 2023 Hong Kong Auction ⸱ 17-25 April 2023 ⸱ Hong Kong
Stack’s Bowers presents the impressive results of their April 2023 Hong Kong Auction. This sale presented nearly 6,000 coin and medal lots, with a sell through rate of 95.6% and a total realization of $22.55 million.
VIA Numismatics ⸱ Auction 3 ⸱ 25 May 2023 ⸱ Vienna
The 3rd Premium Auction of VIA Numismatik offers coins and medals from antiquity to modern times. The top lot is an 1878 Schemnitz Gulden of 6 ½ ducats of Franz Joseph. It is the third known specimen.
Solidus Numismatik e.K. ⸱ Auction 119 ⸱ 23 May 2023 ⸱ Online
In auction 119, Solidus presents 424 lots with coins from antiquity to the modern period. The sale features some rarities including an extremely rare Ulm Bracteate and high-grade gold coins of the 18th century.
Classical Numismatic Group ⸱ Electronic Auction 539 ⸱ 31 May 2023 ⸱ Online
CNG’s Electronic Auction 539 includes 1283 lots. The sale features another group of Byzantine coins from the Gasvoda Collection, ancient river gods from the Slavin Collection, and a selection of Greek tetradrachms.
On 20 June 2023, Künker will auction off medals that the Swedish King Gustav III himself gave as a present to the young Peter Frederick Augustus of Oldenburg. These medals are a testament to the policies of the king who was shot dead at a masked ball in 1792.
More than three years after the spectacular burglary at Dresden’s Green Vault, the Dresden Regional Court handed down a verdict on 16 May 2023. The return of part of the loot has paid off for the defendants. But many questions are still open.
With the end of financing and their relocation, the Money and Medals Network in Great Britain faces new opportunities and challenges.
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