Starting price: $7.500Annam: Thieu Tri gold "Heaven and Earth"
2 Tien ND (1841-1847) MS63 NGC
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730001
Starting price: $5.000Annam: Bao Dai gold "Kim Bài"
Decoration Set ND (1936) AU
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730002
Starting price: $10.000China: Kwangsi. Kuang-hsü copper Specimen
Pattern 10 Cash ND 1905 SP63 Brown PCGS
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730056
Starting price: $40.000China: Republic Yuan Shih-kai silver Pattern
"Plumed Hat - Hat Touches Rim"
Medallic Dollar ND (1916) AU58 NGC
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730088
Starting price: $10.000China: Republic Yuan Shih-kai Dollar Year 8
(1919) MS65+ NGC
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730092
Starting price: $50.000China: Republic Tsao Kun gold Dollar ND
(1923) MS62 NGC
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730098
Starting price: $40.000China: Republic Sun Yat-sen silver Specimen British Pattern
"Junk" Dollar Year 18 (1929) SP64 PCGS
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730106
Starting price: $340.000China: People's Republic gold Proof "Seismography"
2000 Yuan (1 Kilo) 1992 PR68 Ultra Cameo NGC
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730126
Starting price: $12.500Great Britain: William IV Proof Crown
1831 PR65 Cameo NGC
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730160
Starting price: $2.500Netherlands: Zeeland. Provincial Piefort Ducaton
(Silver Rider) 1666 MS62 PCGS
HKINF World & Ancient Coins - Hong Kong #311730181
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Antiquity, Middle Ages, Modern Era, and Islam – Auction 132 by Solidus

Solidus Numismatik e.K.

Auction 132

Coins

21 May 2024

Online

Solidus presents Auction 132 featuring 864 attractive lots. The auction will take place on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, starting at 4:00 PM (Munich, Germany) as a live auction on the Auex platform. Bids can already be placed. The auction begins with a collection from Saxony containing many exquisite pieces and rarities. It is followed by a comprehensive selection of coins from antiquity to the modern era, as well as coins from the world of Islam. The auction concludes with appealing coin groups at very moderate estimate prices. Here are some highlights of the auction:

Lot 1008: Saxony – Albertine Line (from 1485). Electorate (1547-1806). Johann Georg I and August (1611-1615). Thaler. 1612. Dresden. On the vicariate. Rare. Patina, extremely fine. Estimate: 2,800 EUR.

Lot 1008: Saxony – Albertine Line (from 1485). Electorate (1547-1806). Johann Georg I and August (1611-1615). Thaler. 1612. Dresden. On the vicariate. Rare. Patina, extremely fine. Estimate: 2,800 EUR.

Lot 1014: Saxony – Albertine Line (from 1485). Electorate (1547-1806). Johann Georg I (1615-1656). Double thaler. 1619. Dresden. On the vicariate. Strike from the dies of a thaler. Very rare. Patina, extremely fine. Estimate: 2,500 EUR.

Lot 1014: Saxony – Albertine Line (from 1485). Electorate (1547-1806). Johann Georg I (1615-1656). Double thaler. 1619. Dresden. On the vicariate. Strike from the dies of a thaler. Very rare. Patina, extremely fine. Estimate: 2,500 EUR.

Lot 1036: Saxony – Albertine Line (from 1485). Electorate (1547-1806). Johann Georg II (1656-1680). Double thaler (silver). 1663. Dresden. Strike from the dies of the so-called broad confession thaler. Rare. Patina, extremely fine. Estimate: 8,500 EUR.

Lot 1036: Saxony – Albertine Line (from 1485). Electorate (1547-1806). Johann Georg II (1656-1680). Double thaler (silver). 1663. Dresden. Strike from the dies of the so-called broad confession thaler. Rare. Patina, extremely fine. Estimate: 8,500 EUR.

Lot 1055: Saxony – Albertine Line (from 1485). Kingdom (from 1806). Friedrich August II (1836-1854). Thaler. 1839 G. Dresden. On the visit to the mint. Very rare. Minimal fine scratches almost mintstate. Specimen with smooth edge without inscription. Estimate: 5,000 EUR.

Lot 1055: Saxony – Albertine Line (from 1485). Kingdom (from 1806). Friedrich August II (1836-1854). Thaler. 1839 G. Dresden. On the visit to the mint. Very rare. Minimal fine scratches almost mintstate. Specimen with smooth edge without inscription. Estimate: 5,000 EUR.