Starting price: 80'000 EURMYSIE
Statère d'or, Lampsaque, vers 350 av. J.-C, AU 8.40 g.
Ex Vente NAC Zurich, Auktion 1, 30-03-1989, 
Conservation : NGC AU 5/5 4/5 Fine Style
Auction October 202312
Starting price: 60'000 EURRHODES
. Tétradrachme environ 404-385 avant J.-C.,
AG 17.06 g
, Conservation : NGC AU★ 5/5 5/5 Fine Style
Auction October 202313
Starting price: 90'000 EURBosphore Cimmerien
 Statère, Chersonèse, Panticapée,
vers 340-325 av.
J.-C. , AU 9.06 g.
 Ex Vente NGSA 8,
Novembre 2014, lot 32

Conservation : NGC Choice XF★ 5/5 4/5 Fine Style
Auction October 202318
Starting price: 70'000 EURBOURBONS. 
Louis XIII 1610-1643
40 livres dit 4 Louis d'or,
1640 A, AU 26.80 g.
 Conservation : NGC XF 45. Rarissime
Auction October 2023233
Starting price: 200’000 EURLouis-Philippe Ier 1830-1848

Paris, 1834 A, AU 43.26 g.
 Ex Vente Sotheby's, 1954,
Collection du Roi Farouk,

Conservation : PCGS SP 66 (PROOF ULTRA CAMEO).
Auction October 2023330
Starting price: 70'000 EURGRECE
. George I 1863-1913 
100 Drachmes, Paris, 1876 A,
AU 32.25 g. Conservation : NGC AU 58.
76 exemplaires frappés. Rarissime.
Auction October 2023451
Starting price: 100’000 EURPARMA
. Odardo Farnese 1622-1646
 6 Doppie,
ND, AU 39,21 g.
 NGC AU 58. Superbe. Rarissime
Auction October 2023540
Starting price: 180'000 EURVittorio Amedeo I 1630-1637 
10 Scudi d'oro, II Tipo, Torino,
1633, AU 33.13 g. 
Cud 92a var.

Conservation : NGC AU 53. Superbe. Rarissime
Auction October 2023623
Starting price: 100'000 EURNicolas II 1894-1917
 25 Roubles - 2 1/2 Imperials,
Saint-Péters- bourg, 1908, AU 32.24 g.

Conservation : Traces de nettoyage sinon Superbe.
Extrêmement rare, officiellement seulement 175 pièces frappées.
Auction October 2023765
Starting price: 110'000 EUR10 Ducats, non daté tranche lisse, Berne, AU 34.57 g.

Conservation : NGC MS 61. Superbe. Rarissime
Auction October 2023781

CoinsWeekly and Numista

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Every Thursday, an automated entry in the Numista forum lists new CoinsWeekly articles.

Every week, CoinsWeekly publishes new article from the numismatic world in German and English. We regularly receive letters from readers across the world that express approval or, sometimes, constructive criticism. However, it is not possible to comment on articles directly on the CoinsWeekly website. Implementing such a feature would require a forum moderator, and our editorial staff simply does not have the resources for this.

CoinsWeekly: A Bridge Between Various Numismatic Fields

“Behind the creation of CoinsWeekly was the wish to build bridges between the many fields of numismatics, between collectors, dealers, scholars, museums and contemporary numismatics to even include the coin producing industry,” this is how Ursula Kampmann, founder of CoinsWeekly, describes her project. “Right from the start, CoinsWeekly attached great importance to the collaboration with players from every part of the numismatic world. Therefore, I am looking forward to the collaboration with Numista and am excited to see how their active community will use this new feature.”

Numista: A Vivid Exchange of Ideas

The Numista platform was founded in 2007 by Xavier Rogé. It offers large databases for coins and paper money that are openly available and curated by Numista members. There are several opportunities to exchange ideas and find new pieces of information.

Xavier Rogé, the founder of Numista, says: “I love the content of CoinsWeekly. So I wanted to share it in some way with the Numista community. The forum looked like the right place and I am sure it will lead to interesting discussions.”

For two weeks now, an automated entry has been posted in the “Coin information and questions” forum every Thursday with the latest CoinsWeekly news stories including their title, intro, cover image and a link to the article. All Numista members can then discuss the articles and exchange ideas. And be assured, the CoinsWeekly editorial staff will also regularly check out the forum.