Gold in Künker Auction|
September 13, 2013
Gold will highlight an autumn auction sale to be conducted Oct. 7-11 by Künker in Osnabrück, Germany. Four sales will be labeled 236-239. Pres-sale estimates amount to nearly 10 million euros.
The sales will feature Roman aurei, gold multiples from Regensburg and the Habsburg Empire, imperial gold and Russian rarities.
High-denomination gold in particular comes from the free imperial city of Regensburg and the Habsburg Empire.
Sale 236 begins with 1,461 lots of ancient coins.
Auction sale 237 features medieval and modern coins and medals.
Auction sale 238 is the Bach Collection: coins of Regensburg.
It is in auction sale 239 of gold coins, Germany after 1871, and Russia, that offers many outstanding Holy Roman rarities.
The content of the section Holy Roman Empire / House of Habsburg offers what most likely will leave even the most experienced coin expert speechless.
A Leopold I 10 ducats of 1663, Breslau, unedited unique specimen (5663, about EF) is expected to bring 125,000 euros and Charles VI – 10 ducats 1724, Vienna, unique specimen (5673, EF) is estimated at 150,000 euros).
The catalogs can be ordered at Künker, Gutenbergstrasse 23, D-49 076 Osnabrück, or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find all coins four weeks prior to the sale online at https://www.kuenker.de/Unsere_Auktionen.Kuenker.
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