Estimated price: 25,000 €Denmark. Christian IV. 4 speciesdalers 1624, Copenhagen.
Very rare. Very fine.
Summer Auction Sales 408-40914
Estimated price: 4,000 €Austria. Franz Josef I. 1857 double vereinstaler, Vienna.
Commemorating the completion of Austria’s
Southern Railway. Only 1,644 specimens minted.
About FDC in Proof quality.
Summer Auction Sales 408-409470
Estimated price: 10,000 €Mainz. Lothar Franz von Schönborn.
2 ducats n.d. (1696), Nuremberg.
Very rare. Extremely fine to FDC.
Summer Auction Sales 408-4092227
Estimated price: 15,000 €Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Heinrich Julius.
Löser of 4 reichstalers 1612, Zellerfeld.
From the Preussag Collection Very rare. Extremely fine.
Summer Auction Sales 408-409622
Estimated price: 7,500 €Wismar. 1668 reichstaler (32 schillings).
Very rare. Extremely fine.
Summer Auction Sales 408-4091052
Estimated price: 3,000 €German Empire. Saxe-Meiningen. George II.
2 marks 1915D. Very rare. About FDC in Proof quality.
Summer Auction Sales 408-4092743
Estimated price: 20,000 €China. Republic. 1 dollar n.d. (1916),
commemorating the beginning of the Hung Hsien period.
Very rare. NGC MS64. About FDC.
Summer Auction Sales 408-409372
Estimated price: 200,000 €France. Louis XIII. Huit louis d’or à la tête laurée 1640, Paris.
Extremely rare. Extremely fine.
Summer Auction Sales 408-4091573
Estimated price: 25,000 €Great Britain. Oliver Cromwell. Gold medal n.d.
(2nd half of the 17th century), commemorating his death.
Extremely rare. Extremely fine +.
Summer Auction Sales 408-4091646
Estimated price: 150,000 €Austria. Charles I. 20 kronen, 1918, Kremnica.
Probably the only specimen on the market. Extremely fine.
Summer Auction Sales 408-4092052
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CNG’s Electronic Auction 550

Classical Numismatic Group

Electronic Auction 550

Coins

15 November 2023

Online

Classical Numismatic Group offer their Electronic Auction 550 featuring 1155 lots and closing on Wednesday, 15 November 2023, beginning at 10 AM ET. The auction features selections from the Galst, Slavin, and St. George Collections, together with coins from the André Ronde Collection. The Byzantine section presents a fascinating group of rare bronzes, while the World section offers a number of interesting Italian coins. Here you can find some highlights:

Lot 81

Lot 81: Greek. Kings of Macedon. Alexander III the Great (336-323 BC). Tetradrachm, circa 324/3 BC, Babylon mint. Struck under Stamenes or Archon. Near extremely fine. Estimate: $500.

Lot 81: Greek. Kings of Macedon. Alexander III the Great (336-323 BC). Tetradrachm, circa 324/3 BC, Babylon mint. Struck under Stamenes or Archon. Near extremely fine. Estimate: $500.

Lot 493

Lot 493: Roman Imperial. Drusus (died AD 23). As, AD 22-23, Rome mint. Struck under Tiberius. Very fine. Estimate: $200.

Lot 493: Roman Imperial. Drusus (died AD 23). As, AD 22-23, Rome mint. Struck under Tiberius. Very fine. Estimate: $200.

Lot 807

Lot 807: Italy, Milano (Duchy). Filippo IV di Spagna (1621-1665). Ducatone, 1630. Good very fine. Estimate: $500.

Lot 807: Italy, Milano (Duchy). Filippo IV di Spagna (1621-1665). Ducatone, 1630. Good very fine. Estimate: $500.

Lot 978

Lot 978: British. Scotland. James VI (1567-1625). Ten Shillings – Thistle Merk, 1598, Edinburgh mint. Seventh coinage. Very fine. Estimate: $300.

Lot 978: British. Scotland. James VI (1567-1625). Ten Shillings – Thistle Merk, 1598, Edinburgh mint. Seventh coinage. Very fine. Estimate: $300.