Six months ago, a Celtic gold treasure was stolen in a burglary at the kelten römer museum Manching, Germany. Now the police have announced success in apprehending four suspected criminals.
A French newspaper article claims IADAA chairman Vincent Geerling to be involved in trafficking antiquities. A close look reveals a distortion of facts – or how the journalist and the authorities simply ignored them. With consequences not only for the accused.
Andrea Mayr has presented another part of the collection of the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. In 2023, her two-volume work on the medals and representative coins of Ferdinand I was published. It is much more than a usual catalogue. Ursula Kampmann took a look at it.
Thomas J. Uram was elected the 63rd President of the American Numismatic Association. He will be sworn in at Pittsburgh World’s Fair of Money. View the results for the new Board of Governors.
“Money Talks” is the new show of Stack’s Bowers Galleries proposing conversations with market makers and leaders within the world of rare collectibles and finance. Episode 3 features former CCG chairman Mark Salzberg. And season two is about to come.
Naville Numismatics ⸱ Live Auction 83 ⸱ 30 July 2023 ⸱ Online
Naville’s Live Auction 83 comprises 726 lots of Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Medieval and Modern coins, including a selection of coins from the Dattari collection and the collection of a Mentor. All coins are chosen with contribution from NAC’s experts.
In April 2023, the Bank of Japan has presented the first specimens of the new banknotes, which will enter circulation in 2024. The 1,000, 5,000, and 10,000 yen denominations will feature new motifs and new security features.
The ECB is developing a new series of Euro banknotes. As Europeans should identify with their currency, people are invited to express preferences on seven shortlisted themes in a public survey.
It is becoming increasingly popular to buy coins as a form of investment, but this can be risky if the buyer lacks the necessary expertise. We spoke to someone who really knows their stuff: Dirk Wasserthal, Managing Director of RareCoin.Store and expert in rarities of modern numismatics, tells us what to look out for.
Italy requires such extensive documentation for the import of coins that many dealers prefer to avoid the country. But now, the Ministry of Culture in Rome has issued a legal statement that deserves some attention.
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