10 Zlotych Polskich 1827, Warsaw Mint.
Excessively rare. NGC AU53.
Pattern 5000 Dinars 1326 AH (1908/1909 AD), Teheran Mint.
Very rare. NGC PF61.
25 BC-AD 10. Gold ¼ Stater ND. Tincomarus Medusa Type.
About extremely fine.
Proof 5000 Pounds 2019, Royal Mint Llantrisant.
5 kg gold. Unique. NGC PF69 ULTRA CAMEO.
Rare in this condition. NGC MS64.
5 Ducats 1640, Munich mint. On the refortification of the city.
1623-1634. 1626 Thaler, Jitschin Mint.
Very rare specimen with magnificent patina. Almost excellent.
Liberty cap type. Large eagle. Very rare. NGC AU58.
Large Schautaler ND (1555), so called Berta Thaler.
Very rare, good very nice.
The 3rd Premium Auction at VIA Numismatics
25 May 2023
The 3rd floor auction offers top pieces and rarities in exceptional conditions of antique coins, from the Middle Ages, modern times, world coins, as well as from the Holy Roman Empire.
Particularly noteworthy are the attractive Celtic coins (Lots 1-5), the numerous Greek coins (Lots 6-30), the pieces from the Roman Republic (Lots 31-45) and the Roman Empire (Lots 46-249), the large choice of gold coins from the late Roman Empire (Lots 229 ff.) and the Byzantine Empire (Lots 255-274), as well as some rare coins from the Migration Period (Lots 275-277).
Also worth mentioning are the large choices of attractive coins from Croatia (Lots 399-442), Slavonia (Lots 521-531), Kotor (Lot 399), Dalmatia (Lot 442), Cattaro (Lots 388-393), Sibenik (Lot 394) and Zadar (Lot 395), as well as the numerous interesting thalers from Germany, here especially from Anhalt (Lot 298) and Saxony (Lots 327-338), of the Holy Roman Empire (Lots 555 ff.), like the extremely rare thaler from 1752 from the Prague Mint by Maria Theresa (Lot 616), from Transylvania (Lots 537-538) or from Poland for Transylvania (Lot 455), the Netherlands (Lots 447, 449, 451), Switzerland (Lots 503, 506, 507), the Diocese of Cambrai (Lot 281), from Sweden (Lot 501), the ecclesiastic principalities (Lots 759-764), or from Ragusa (Lots 416-437).
The varied offer also includes many excellent gold coins from the Holy Roman Empire (Lots 551 ff.) and the Austrian Empire (Lots 660 ff.), an interesting choice of seals (Lots 773-783), as well as the numerous medals (Lots 768 ff.), including remarkable pieces by Ludwig Gies (Lots 797-798), Leonhard Posch (Lots 784-788), Arnold Hartig (Lots 823-828), or by Leonardo Andervolti on the siege of Osoppo (Lots 805-806).
The particular highlight of this auction is the gold strike from the Schemnitz Gulden weighing 6 ½ ducats, 1878 from the Kremnitz mint by Franz Joseph (Lot 706). This is the second piece known to the trade! Another piece has been in the coin cabinet of the KHM in Vienna since it was acquired in 1889. A comparison with the piece from the KHM has shown that they are from the same dies.
In addition to the classic floor-auction, the auction will also be available for online live-bidding via the AUEX platform. The auction will begin on Thursday, May the 25th, 2023 at 10 a.m. and is also available on SIXBID, NUMISBIDS and NUMIS24. With our regular newsletter you will stay up to date about our future auctions. Register on our website. Live participation in the hall is only possible with prior registration. The viewing of the offered lots is possible with prior appointments the office in 1010 Vienna, Habsburgergasse 6-8, Top 17, the 3rd floor.